But something like this is true of your senses even when you are not wearing tinted glasses. An apple looks red to you, but it isn't really red. That's just the way it appears to you as a conscious being. Someone who is colorblind will see the apple differently than you do. Their "glasses" are tinted a different color than yours.
Matter is devoid of such properties. The redness we see isn't really there. It's just a specific wavelength of light wave, with a specific frequency. Outside of the mind, it has no color.
- No matter/energy has qualitative properties
But conscious experience is full of such properties. A conscious experience of an apple is an experience of seeing red, green, or whatever color it looks like if you are colorblind. Conscious experiences are experiences of such qualities.
- All conscious experience is composed of qualitative properties
- Therefore, no conscious experience is composed of matter/energy