A couple nights ago, I found the solution for The Problem. It’s in my being. I need to realize it. I forgot how I got there. This is the case with everything I do. I don’t remember a darn thing. Memory is only perfect when you aren’t aware of how or when it operates. That […]Read More I solved it.
Consciousness “moves” through space and time. What we perceive is a fixed point. A point is dimensionless. All that’s perceptible is a fixed point. All of Thought is a fixed point. What is a Conscious being? Being? Consciousness is a function. Utilitarian. Movement is Consciousness. What moves? A being? Why is there a fixed point? […]Read More What is Consciousness?
I’m not uncertain with regards to value. I value life. Value like morality is a thing of creativity. What does it mean for something to be of value? When we say it’s inherent we mean it’s something absolute. So, you see? It can’t be subject to the objective or subjective paradigm or duality. If value […]Read More Value
Truly all-encompassing solutions to the ultimate problems with varying degrees of complexity and seemingly random nature take time, unfortunately. This makes my behavioral pattern resemble a sphere of jumbled up psychological objects like emotions, inconsistencies and other eccentricities until everything collapses to a point making mind invisible which is to say without interference from Thought. […]Read More Solutions to the problems of psyche
John Karavitis4 weeks agoFree will is denied by pointing out that every particle is forced to “accept” any force applied to it. However, a collection of particles, like a person, take external forces and essentially “perform a calculation” whereby they can then decide to take or not, based on prior experience. We have free will […]Read More Discussion (not much of a discussion) on Free Will and Consciousness
Thinking/Thought contrasted against Consciousness is typical to be considered limited in scope and use. But, in actuality they’re both radically different from each other. The former is a movement while the latter is creative. Consider the analogy of Thinking as the space within a circle that’s expanding thus increasing the length of the circumference indefinitely. […]Read More Defying boundaries as opposed to stretching them
https://youtu.be/zl0yTN-P0TY Complexity and simplicity are all words. Words are part of language. Language is complex but it’s also the only tool we have. I would say Language and Thought are one and the same. We haven’t made Language purely descriptive yet. Language is Complexity and so is Thought. Why do we have the tendency if […]Read More The first cause and Consciousness
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 […]Read More Good and Evil(i.e. embodied consciousness and mechanism)