This is the final installment of my 3 latest entries. If you haven’t read my other two posts leading up to this one, you may get lost or miss some valuable information.
This post will finally connect my last two posts and lead you to the understanding of how our awareness is in fact infinite and how we are all interconnected. All my theories are testable and should never be just believed. I encourage you to test these with your own experience.
One concept that is most commonly believed in is that as individuals, we carry a piece of consciousness somewhere in our heads. This awareness is located within our bodies, and we own a piece of it. Well that would lead us to believe that consciousness/awareness is fragmented. Well tell me, where does your consciousness begin and where does it end? Do we walk around with a bubble of consciousness? When people meet, do our consciousnesses meet and bump into each other? No…there isn’t an edge or limit to be found!
Also, most of us would think that we experience the same shared world together with different awarenesses. For instance, we see the same moon in the sky from different parts of the city. This would suggest that we all have a fragment of awareness that witnesses the one event/world that we live in, when in fact we experience the exact opposite of this. Somehow we’ve come to a belief that there are all these parcels of consciousness placed in each of us and we experience this one common world.
Look at it this way instead, no matter how close we sit together, even if we were pressed up against each other’s faces, our perception of the moon that exists in this “shared world” wouldn’t be exactly the same. It would be close but never the same. Now this experiment is founded on an experience, not just a belief, it can be tested.
The more accepted point of view would be only a belief that we live in a shared world with a bunch of separate parcels of consciousnesses in each of us. This method of testing just revealed the difference between your experience vs your belief in this matter, a matter in which we don’t usually question.
In this brief post, I hope to have demonstrated with simplicity, that there is no proof of a shared world, but one of a singular consciousness. Our society is based on a world which believes in a single material world, and one of multiple consciousnesses, but through these tests, it is revealed that it is the exact opposite that appears to be true. There is one consciousness which cannot be divided that connects us all, and not the material world.