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antonyanil
post Nov 04, 2011, 09:52 PM
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The universal consciousness is a wrong word

A radio or T.V. is a specific technical instrument working on the principle of propagation of signals in the medium of continuous Universal Energy. Since the soul or awareness in a human being is also a specific work form of the same inert energy, the continuous medium of universal energy itself can act as the common medium for the specific awareness also. There is no difference between a T.V. and a computer or robot in the sense that all are specific designs of machines made of inert materials or chemicals working with the help of the same inert energy modified into specific forms of those works.

Hence, the continuous universal inert energy is the common medium for all these specific machines like T.V., Computer, Robot and human being. The universal consciousness is a wrong word. Consciousness is limited to a human being like the computer technology limited to computer only. There is no universal computer technology spreading all over the universe. The inert energy is spreading all over the universe and is acting as a medium to propagate the signals for computer. Similarly, consciousness or awareness is a limited item in the name of a human being and cannot be universal. The same universal inert energy acts as the medium to propagate a specific variety of signals related to the human beings.
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post Mar 06, 2012, 12:04 PM
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Universal conciseness of mass conciseness is what we as self-aware beings use to describe the universal force that shapes our perception. If this was something that existed only inside of us then each individual person would perceive a different world. We as human beings are only conduits for channeling this universal force and even with that being said we are only able to interact with it on a single frequency band. That single frequency band is what allows us to seemingly exist in this perceived reality. In reality matter in and of itself dose not truly exist it is only perceived. This universal conciseness as its called is the only true thing we as humans can perceive that actually exist at all.
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post Sep 04, 2013, 12:29 PM
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The reason I think there could possibly exist something to the effect of universal consciousness is that it seems unlikely that whatever makes a human nervous system conscious could be completely absent in other types of nervous systems or other wave-energy transfer networks more generally.

From an evolutionary point of view, it seems that there must be some relationship between the electrolytic nature of ocean water and that of neurons. Nerves are controlled series of electrolytic cells insulated by the more sugary (and thus insulative) glucose-filled tissue surrounding them. The fact that the electric currents occurring within and among neurons are insulated and controlled probably refines consciousness making it richer and more sensitive but it may well be that ocean water also experiences some very diffuse form of consciousness as electric currents move around within it.

Human nervous systems and ocean water are extreme poles of what might exhibit consciousness by way of slow aqueous electrolyte energy waves, but like nerves within an animal's body, ocean water is also relatively insulated by the air above it and less conductive sand and other materials below it. It is strange to imagine what the ocean might 'sense' as its salinity levels shift around due to temperature changes, etc. but is it completely unimaginable that consciousness at its most fundamental and simplistic form could occur in any conductive electrolyte system, even one as disorganized and uncontrolled as sea water?
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post Sep 08, 2013, 02:48 AM
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I think the human conciousness is intertwined with the universal one, but humans can not possibly perceive all that is in the universe, we are too limited for that.
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QUOTE(evita123 @ Sep 08, 2013, 10:48 AM) *

I think the human conciousness is intertwined with the universal one, but humans can not possibly perceive all that is in the universe, we are too limited for that.

What you think has a direct impact on what you experience.
If you don't look, you can't see.

If you don't see, it doesn't mean you can't..
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