posted on Apr, 30 2008 @ 01:11 AM
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Awareness of our consciousness is brought about by the senses our bodies were given. If, when we die, we merely transition to a different reality,
this assumes the consciousness isn't a product of the body.
I guess that's the big question we keep running into. Is consciousness a product of the body, or is reality the product of consciousness? I
personally lean toward the idea that awareness of consciousness came first, and reality followed, driven by a super subsconscious desire for
Definition. It is consistent with everything that makes up reality. Everything is the way it is for a reason, because every piece belongs where it
So my consciousness can't be mine alone, can it? Doesn't it have to be just a cog in a greater machine? Is it part of some greater consciousness
that delegates the responsibilities of experience to its own subconscious, that being humans?
If that's God, then i believe in God. But how will i ever know? The senses my body gives me will always fail me when i try to look at the greater
picture. If i do pass on to a different level of consciousness, how could i go with trust that i could trust those new senses?