Good and Evil(i.e. embodied consciousness and mechanism)

Remove or subtract or negate the impulses of emotion that we process and what do you have left? An empty mind or rather a lack of one. Consciousness can’t be felt. Mind is illusory because it is a process of thought. A process is fragmentary by nature. Thought is dead or inanimate. Applying the fact that all the biological mechanisms can be purely described in emotions, shows that the underlying reality of the universe is molding behavior into reactionary outcomes. So, what is “evil”? It’s the tool of a tortured soul (for lack of a better word). All our emotions are reactions like anger, excitement, etc. Take away all the emotions and there will still be the good left intact. Goodness flowers where mechanisms don’t trap consciousness from expressing itself. One can never be aware that he/she is conscious. Consciousness is embodied and not experienced.

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