"If what happens in your experience is inside your mind in a way in which what happens in your brain is not, it looks as though your experiences and other mental states can't just be physical states of your brain. There has to be more to you than your body with its humming nervous system."
(What does it all mean? A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy, Thomas Nagel, Chapter 4, p.30 )
Nagel made his argument about dualism. I am confused by what he said in the bold text above.
In my opinion, Nagel is saying that what happens in your experience is inside your mind in a different way than what happens in your brain is inside your mind.
Is my understanding correct or are there other explanations?