The mind and the body are indeed separate, but they work together in a qualiadelic relationship. Qualiadelic relationships are similar to symbiotic relationships, except that symbiotic relationships (like ours with the “good” bacteria that lives in our stomachs) kind of coast along in neutral while qualiadelic relationships take place in environments as yet not fully exploited.
Together, mind and body live in environment which once was known as a landscape; before the brain evolved to its present state the body’s instincts were sufficient for survival in this environment. Now, the mind has transformed the landscape; it is no longer consists merely of the stuff of the senses. The landscape now consists of the stuff of the mind. The landscape has become a qualiascape.
If you’ve ever wondered why the human brain grew so large so quickly, it is because qualiadelic relationships, by their very nature, force us to adapt or die. The new environments which we are ourselves creating — our qualiascapes, are forcing us to evolve.