I will try to express my point more clearly and precisely.
Crows will not evolve beyond their body. While Man's ability to do so is a natural extension of his ability, the effect it has on him is that of separating him from the rest of the living, from his senses.
If we might take animals as examples, lots of them, if they grow ill or are about to die, will isolate themselves. So maybe, amusingly, this thrive of Man to seclude himself in his progress and see it as a liberation from previous conditioning, is precisely still guided by an instinct. One instinct to end all instinct ?
You can see it in child, the desire to go "be friends" with nature and animals. And when the little children does not get the response he is used to from those other beings, when they do not show him the kind of attention he is used to, when they do not answer him; he starts to yell, get sad or angry. Maybe then, the child very naturally ends up feeling alone and creating a world that answers them. Where everything cares about them.
The downfall of language is that it is very distinct. A little world of our own making we carry with us. But looking too much at this inner world, we forget the language, more universal, of the body. And so end up feeling alone. A bit like cell phones, those tools we carry with us all the time, those tools of our own making that only us can understand.
The body has evolved for eons in a "natural" environment - let us just call it rich and infinitely diverse. And so, the distinction you are making of "outside" and "inside" is itself arbitrary. Why would nature not be able to know itself?
In this rich and infinitely diverse nature that is ourselves, we were so, rich of our bodies. Everything was mirror of us. One hell of a family.
Then, someone made a box. And he said : "I possess this, I am rich".
Then he had people carry him so he had not to walk. People sit for him so he could sit on them and not touch the ground. People bring warm water to him so he had not to go in the mountain to reach this water. And he spend all his time in this box, this warm box where he feels safe. In all his "richness", separated from the ill and the poor and the "not so well" ordered natural world that doesn't give soykaf about him precisely.
Boxes where the place of the dead so go figure.
But, this man was a king and nowadays he walks the Earth. Well, walks … He has replaced the "people" that carried him with machines.They do everything for him, and him, he works hard for the right to deserve this heaven on Earth his fathers created for him.
But, slavery started to weight on his consciousness, the suffering of his fellow kind. Yet, exploiting nature is alright, it doesn't scream, it doesn't protest, it doesn't tear up. It has no face and it does not care precisely about you, so why care about it ?
If you want to kill a conditioning, please kill the one that makes human not see himself in the living around him. There is a value to animism and it has been discussed objectively and with great astuteness countless times - through (say) Japanese animation (arisu doko wa?).
Then, sometime maybe, will your feet kiss the ground.
Feet are like child, they love always being outside. Even when it rains (all need a shower don't we ?). They are spontaneous and full of life, very sensitive, they experience everything, through so many angles. Such diversity.
Is it hard to see that Man dreamed up an omniscient and omnipotent personage in a reality far far away and now strives to know and control everything from his Ivory tower ? Or do you think and still want to assert, you are free of all conditioning ?
You may go the route of the Buddha and peal away some of that ego on top of your skin. What made man "man" was to see the form beyond all form. This is breaking conditioning. It happens in the mind and is not something you can control or put in a box, neither hold in your hand or even understand or comprehend. It just is.
You speak of truth that are know without the body, without being experienced physically - and so, absolutely. Without being one with what you experience. This has created a world of people speaking about things they've read on Wikipedia and news article. It's not integrated to them, it's shallow knowledge. It's devoid of Bodhi.
If you have not break the wall inside your head you may not understand this.