Category Archives: Consciousness

Faculties of Consciousness part 1

Previous posts have dealt with the attributes of consciousness. (here, here, here, here ) This post will describe the differences between the attributes and the faculties of consciousness. As an introductory definition: The faculties of consciousness are the divisions within the attributes … Continue reading

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Centralising Consciousness 2

Meditation / Centralising Consciousness 2 When our consciousness is centralised, our awareness and therefore our presence and identity, is held steady in the head. We are conscious of our self being set back behind the eyes, as if the eyes … Continue reading

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Intelligence, Consciousness, Soul – the same enitity, part 2

The soul is consciousness and intelligence, and there is no difference between these two, except as terms of reference to be used as different angles by which to view the soul. That is, to view and understand the soul as … Continue reading

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Objective and Subjective

There are two principle perspectives which are required to gain understanding on most subjects. These are the objective and subjective perspectives. The objective perspective is an external view of the subject; it is when we view a subject from its … Continue reading

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