The Nature of Consciousness – Part 3

When our consciousness is being limited by a malady, a drug or any external affliction, one is still, under those circumstances, able to be aware of one’s condition. This is because our consciousness in its unaltered state is present in us still, regardless of the incapacity our body has to channel it or manifest it at any given time. How can i be aware that my awareness is being inhibited if my awareness was actually being inhibited? In other words how can one be conscious of one’s unconsciousness? This indicates that there is a greater consciousness present in us that we can only manifest in degrees. Some might argue that in such a circumstance we are merely drawing from memories to compare our present condition with one from the past. But this can only be partially true given a variety of other examples we can draw from.

Dreams are one such example as they prove that our consciousness is Continue reading “The Nature of Consciousness – Part 3”


Those who claim that enterprises must be comprised of different genders and races in order to provide a healthy diversity of opinions and viewpoints – yet simultaneously designate these human categories as being equal and same with one another – are so blind they fail to see this blatant contradiction. Furthermore, whom is the racist or the sexist? The one who believes your appearance is indicative of your opinion and value or the one whom believes you can hold any opinion and be of any value regardless of your appearance?   Rest assured, anybody that hires you because of your color or your gender, is themselves a bigot.

The Nature of Consciousness Part 2

As described in The Nature of Consciousness Part 1, consciousness itself becomes manifest in degrees (from sober to intoxicated) and simultaneously in levels or planes (from subconscious to super consciousness). This brief treatise described the consciousness we are all familiar with and that we use to form an identity of self and other. We can call this our mind/body consciousness or our self consciousness. This consciousness is not unique to humans as it manifests itself in degrees among all living things.

Outside of all this abides the master consciousness which informs all living things. To understand the relationship between the two we could view the nature between the master consciousness and our self consciousness as being much like the relationship between Continue reading “The Nature of Consciousness Part 2”