Getting Past The Image


No alternative sense,

A narrative may help.

A poorly made movie, like a dream, may make a good study for ‘a false image appearing real’.

‘Think’ while watching the B movie.

Be courteous, are you scared?

Be aware, but know yourself as a reference, what do you sense? Still process the movie.

Be compassionate, how can you be supportive?

What registers beyond the senses.

An inner voice?

Something else, think outside the box.

Another sense? A sixth sense or greater, no such thing.

Who can you trust, yourself?

Are you being yourself?

Are you altered?

I seem more alert.

No inner animation.

No experiment will explain consciousness.

Consciousness seems constant.

steam of consciousness (wondering about consciousness)

a psychological definition is about a person’s thoughts, perceived in a continuous flow. William James introduced the idea in his Principles of Psychology (1890).

For example, the hard question of consciousness is being tackled by Donald Hoffman.

But consciousness is not just the imagination running like a river.

Or the surreal images of art like melting clocks by Salvador Dali.

There is the philosophy of a matrix like reality, something beyond time and space (not the twilight zone!), and quite literally the ghost in the machine (not a spirit!)

To use the language of science is not enough to procure proof.

Words are not enough, either is language.

Yes, philosophy will help science, but is not science.

Perhaps, imagination will light the way.


Or not, how often do you change the subject when you don’t feel like talking about something or doing something?

How often are you conscious of stopping yourself from doing something?

How well do you know yourself?

Consciousness is just the tip of the iceberg.

Most of the body runs unconscious or autopilot.

When is autopilot dangerous to use?

Being aware is not always possible.

To practice consciously making choices and decisions will improve the habit of making it a practice.

Think about consciousness and how you need to use yours in a healthy way.

What is your prime directive?

Are you aware of having one, and if so, is it worth having it?

The Philosophy Of Consciousness

Awareness is consciousness.

I am awareness.

Or I am that I am like in the Old Testament.

All religion goes into this idea of being aware.

There may be more than an object reality.

If this premise is true, we can be aware of our awareness in a non duality way.

In this sense we can be aware of awareness and aware that all is awareness.

This philosophy is born out of a sense of permanence and the infinite we call consciousness.

Without a objective reality, we or I is awareness and flows within itself in ways that resembles a reality with objects and subjects, but is really agents of consciousness that is the source of all.

Awareness is here now, permanently, in a stable way like a flow.

Because of this sense of flow, all the stops and starts and fades or emerging is now our experience.

The element of our experience that is present is awareness.

We or I is awareness.

Sensation and perception disappear when I rest or sleep or when I am at peace.

The limitation of language make words like aware limited to that of a noun.

For this reason we may express awareness as a space or field.

‘Being aware’ is a better phrase to express the knowing element we call awareness.

What I have has no objective reality or nothing.

In this sense, I am nothing or everything.

We all know we are aware.

What is the ‘we’ and ‘I’ that knows awareness?

The same ‘I’ is our primary experience.

Or I am aware I am aware.

I am not objective. I don’t do anything, I am conscious.

This is not Devine or a cosmic experience.

This is simply how each of us know our experience.

This is a way of being or a way of being conscious.

These words are essentially the same: awareness, conscious, being, knowing.

The way has no objective qualities-it is self-aware.

Our true nature is everything to us. Because we need to be what we know.

Science is attempting to learn the true nature of consciousness.

The mind-body and world depends on the nature of consciousness.

We need to go to the source and ask what is it’s true nature, and that awareness of awareness is “I am that I am.”

This is a concession to the objective finding mind.

The source of attention is absent from attention,but rather a relaxation of being aware.

Am I aware?


For thousands of years we have been asking what is consciousness.

And it is becoming a fundamental question to science.

All other science is breaking down because we have reached the conclusion we must answer this fundamental question to move forward.

The hard question of consciousness will be hard to prove, but we all have a subjective sense of it.

Perhaps it will take a thousand years to find the answer.

A Description Called Consciousness

Scientists believe randomness appears to be a process.

Philosophy believes this process is connected between the mental and physical.

Basically, science appears magical when we have no way to explain the theory through evidence based experiments.

In this specific case, consciousness appear to be a random process that is occurring mentally and physically.

The metaphysical argument explains consciousness as a subset of process.

Freeman Dysen believes the future pole is a mental pole and the past pole is a physical pole.

As an observer we recognize or process both but can not demonstrate this finite process.

But as an object with consciousness we do not understand it.

Consciousness is like a magical trick, or illusion. There is a randomness, potential that occurs physically and mentally.

The hard problem is to scientifically prove how the process produces consciousness.

It requires much more study.

The confusion and division this topic may bring people is also subject to investigation.

Consciousness must be our oldest problem.

Science may eventually bring clarity and insight to the problem.

Please consider being somewhat skeptical and aware of claims about consciousness.

Is Consciousness Real? – Scientific American Blog Network

Is Consciousness Real? – Scientific American Blog Network
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To seek is void of understanding,

To deny consciousness is conspiracy,

To pride oneself is fancy,

To absolve all mistakes is a mistake,

The truth is a reflection of reality,

Like an idea, thought, belief, it mimics being,

Deep within existence lays the connection to the display of reality,

A kind of superconsciousness behind the facade,

A miracle to the person whose dreamscapes reflect a connection beyond space and time…


A real first contact with the meaning and purpose behind what we call me and you.

Or, a more real thing than me and you or anything in this known universe.

A long view or deep understanding of what it means to be conscious.

A small awareness of what is behind you and me or all we see, know or understand about the present life we live.

Simply, it is what being alive is all about.

So, many find a part of our consciousness and struggle to accept it.

So, actually being conscious is much easier when everyone is willing and able to contact or make a practice out of conscious contact in day to day living as a form of good habit in anyone’s life.

Some recommend making consciousness training a full time job, a religion or spiritual practice.

Personally, consciousness will serve us when we are willing to be available to let consciousness be our leader in our lives.

Please support the effort.

Going For Flow

Happiness is flow.

The outcome is produced through hard work at whatever comes naturally to you.

Your decision is key.

Fortunately, humanity is hard wired to become recipient, participant and generator.

When it happens we spend our resources and feel grateful that we have attained some self-mastery over our inner experience.

Go for flow, your life depends upon it.

Thank you Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi