Projecting in this scale of consciousness
If we use projecting in this scale of consciousness, you would see that the level one looks from, is also the level that one experiences. In the book, Hawkins used a so-called “bum” on the street corner in a nice neighbourhood as an example.
At the lowest levels the bum is dirty, disgusting and disgraceful. Looking through level 30 (Guilt), he is to blame for his own state of being. He probably deserves his suffering. At level 50 (Apathy) He might appear desperate. At 75 (Grief) the old man looks tragic.
Later on, you might see him as threatening (100, Fear) or violent (150, anger), and as an embarrassment (175, Pride). From level 200 (Courage) he probably needs a job and a place to live. Then at 250 (Neutrality) you’d leave him be as long as he is not hurting anyone. At 310 (willingness), we might go to him and see if he needs help. Then at 400 (Reason) he is a symptom of society and needs to be studied and understood.
In the higher levels the man becomes friendly and even loveable, maybe he is a free man who started to live free from social expectations at the level of Love (500). At 600 (Peace) we start seeing our being in the man as our own temporary expression. At level 700-1000 we recognise nobody is standing there, as nobody is looking at him.
The bum’s reaction on any of these levels of consciousness would depend on the people that approach him. With some he might feel frightened, with others he would laugh and have a good time. So yes, what we actually see is a mirror.