3 comments on “Mind Over Matter – Consciousness and the Nature of Reality

  1. I clicked on like but this is a two-edged sword. I agree with it up to a point since it’s been my experience that all is consciousness. The problem I see with his approach is, AGAIN, a denial of individuality in the equation. Why is it that no matter what system or theory develops, there is this morbid fear of the individual? This need to destroy individualism in favour of the collective. Do we not have the right to exist AS INDIVIDUAL MINDS within the so-called great mind? Do we have to be, of necessity, assimilated, for the machine, whether you call it life, god, cosmos or consciousness, to function? Is a true individual so dangerous that she/he would destroy the machine if allowed to function as an individual?
    Quote: ““We are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.” ~Bill Hicks”
    I’ve got an answer for that quote: bull shit!
    We are not “all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively”. There is no “one consciousness” at all, just all of us personally experiencing life erroneously viewed as a whole. We are certainly not experiencing ourselves subjectively. We are living our individual lives very much objectively. There is no “whole” and further, life is not a dream, it’s reality, deal with it, Bill Hicks.
    The above argument is from someone who walks into a classroom and sees… a class. There are no students in it, no 28 individual men and women, just a class. One thing, not 28 human beings. Just because we can’t count the number of individual entities that make up “one consciousness” doesn’t change the fact that life is a phenomenon of countless individual entities expressing themselves individually. Would you still have a class if you morphed the 28 individuals into… what, exactly? A morph? What’s a morph? OK, if you made it into a single mind, then where would the interaction that equals life, come from?

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    • ” The problem I see with his approach is, AGAIN, a denial of individuality in the equation. Why is it that no matter what system or theory develops, there is this morbid fear of the individual? This need to destroy individualism in favour of the collective. Do we not have the right to exist AS INDIVIDUAL MINDS within the so-called great mind? Do we have to be, of necessity, assimilated, for the machine, whether you call it life, god, cosmos or consciousness, to function? Is a true individual so dangerous that she/he would destroy the machine if allowed to function as an individual?”

      AGREED. I think you’ve hit on something here.

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    • My thoughts are fuzzy at the moment. But I think you are getting warm hitting on, the spiritual deceptions, new age deceptions, the Talmud Frankfurt School Marxist Yet Covert Culturlal Marxism Collectivism however they can Agenda. Global warmings another facet.

      By things you’ve said above. We can observe certain alt media figures, for who they really are and who they work for. And what agenda theyre pushing. This is a multidimensional spiritual interdimensional war, I’m now very clear on this. Its as tangible and real as getting up to goto the kitchen to make myself a cup of tea.

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