The fundamental premise about the nature of realty that philosophers call realism permeates almost all human belief systems, including religion, science & spirituality.
Looking for external causes to the effects we experience internally requires making an assumption about existence that is also the basis of every religion.
How a combination of privilege, denial and attachment have created exclusive and sometimes toxic narratives within non-materialist teachings.
The body you experience is also home to trillions of other living organisms with minds of their own, which brings up interesting questions about the self, reality and free will.
What can we do that other living things can't, or aren't doing that they can, and why not? Is there something about humans holding us back?
Are there any unobserved events in the universe, let alone on Earth, or an actual universe at all?
Stories of a Bigfoot-like creature transcend cultures and continents over millennia; but is it pure myth, an actual animal or traces of transcended beings?