define/consciousness.txt · Last modified: 08 May, 2019 @ 5:08pm by Jan Viljoen | Approved (version: 1)

Consciousness

A consciousness excerpt from our umwelt to handle or deal with a certain situation or event in contextNOW!

Consciousness can be described as the state, level and quality of our awareness or of being aware of an external object and/or something within ourselves. Consciousness is everything that we experience and being aware of our unique and cumulative combination of our thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations and understandings. The key source of our consciousness is our current and ever expandingI.e. always advancing, developing, growing, evolving, maturing and unfolding. umwelt.

Our consciousness are constantly moving, shifting and changing.

For example… in one moment we may be focused on reading the contents on this page. Our consciousness may then shift - while reading the article - to the memory of a conversation we had earlier with a friend. Next, we might notice how uncomfortable our chair is, or maybe we are mentally planning for dinner. This ever-shifting stream of thoughts can change dramatically from one moment to the next, but our experience of it normally are smooth and effortless… unless interfered with or disrupted by either either future shock or current psychic wounds or a combination of both.

Consciousness as such is a dynamic, complex and symbiotic human phenomenon and it is virtually impossible to actually make heads or tail of another person's consciousness. The best we can do is merely to facilitate, guide or assist another in understanding and managing his/her own consciousness in healthy, balanced and productive manner.

There is a interchangeable relationship between our umwelt and consciousness, where our umwelt can be regarded as a consciousness store-house of understanding, from which we source to deal with reality as we are confronted with at that specific moment.

The core of this umwelt & consciousness cross pollination is the KNOWINGNESSWhich lives in the unconscious mind and evolve our beliefs into values, that - in turn - establish the norms & priorities of our beingness. , BEINGNESSOperates in the sub-conscious mind to establish and sustain our attitude based on our established norms. Our attitude determine our perspective, vision/expectation and choices (i.e. PVC), that guide, manage and direct how we interact with reality by means of our manifesting emotions and feelings. and EXPERIENCEAll this determine the quality of our experiences - which live in the conscious mind - in a habitual configured combination. Our habits (i.e. actions models) materialize as actions that also provide us with feedback as to how efficient/productive our actions taken were to deal with the reality confronting us. This feedback is cognitively digested and processed to either affirm, tweak, change or adapt our knowingness. cycle.

The consciousness-umwelt cross pollination cycle is driven and kept in motion by our conation which provide us with the passion, determination, courage, motivation and will power to deal with life in a purpose and meaningful synchronicity that ultimately refuels the core of our knowingness, beingness and experience (i.e. our very existence), which never should be taken for grated.

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  • Last modified: 08 May, 2019 @ 5:08pm
  • by Jan Viljoen