a reply to: ParanormalGuy
Think of consciousness as a living concept.
A concept being an idea or definition.
Like a concept's body is made up of words (its definition), and yet concepts are within the definition/concept's body.
(I am in my Father and my Father is in me.)
Another way to understand it is like a math problem:
You have your function or will : conceive count / will is to count
Then you have the concept of that will or function: form a singular value from two or more units (addition / adding things together)
Then you have your body or image of your conception of will: 1+1=2
So then what you end up with is a trinity (1+1=2), where the will/function/spirit, measure/concept/soul, and image/body/form(ula) are all one.
These words are the image of my awareness, (body/Jesus)
my awareness is the conception of my spirit, (soul/Father)
and my spirit is my will. (spirit/Holy Ghost)
My words are the [[[image of] my awareness] of my spirit].
Father is in the Spirit (kingdom of heaven is in the spirit/people who have seen heaven were said to be taken away in the spirit), Jesus is in Father,
and we're in Jesus.
The body is within the concept and the concept is within the spirit. Will to conceive/see/conceptualize is in the spirit, and the body is within the
The body is the image of the soul and the soul is the conception of the spirit.
The geometry of the 3 usually shows up as a spear/phallic/head, slit/opening/body, and then water/blood/flow.
Think eye for all three things: Socket/body, eyeball/head/awareness, tears/water.
Or a mushroom/head/spore/seed, body/ground opening/socket/slit, water.
Or male/head/soul, female/body/form, blood/spirit/breath.
The head puts conception of the spirit into the body - into form - into words. The flow is outward from the spirit, like fractals or resonance
Your soul is your psyche and your psyche is made up of living-concepts of self (and reality)... like a running algorithm, where one concept is built
out of another and another and so on. First you conceived of light, then shapes, then language/more fully formed concepts.
Physicality or the world outside and inside our minds (form) is like God's mental images, while our souls are more like living concepts.
That should be enough.
edit on 11/9/2016 by Bleeeeep because: edit one part