The Nature of Consciousness : Essays on the Unity of Mind and Matter
by Rupert Spira , Deepak Chopra
Editor: New Harbinger Publications
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Our world of culture is based on the assumption that the Big Bang gave birth to matter, which in time evolved into the world, in which the body was born, inside which a brain appeared, from which consciousness at some late stage developedAs a result of this “pattern of matter,” most of us believe that consciousness is a property of the organismWe think it is the “I” of this organization, who knows or knows about the worldWe believe and we feel that knowing with whom we are aware of our experience is in and actions the limits and destiny of the organization.It is the basis of the presumption of spirit and matter that underlies almost all of our thoughts and feelings, and is expressed in our activities and relationships.The Nature of Consciousness suggests that the model of matter has survived its function and is now destroying all values once sought to promoteFor many people, the debate about the ultimate reality of the academic world, far from the concerns and demands of daily lifeAfter all, life is made, regardless of our modelsHowever, the Nature of Consciousness clearly shows that the materialistic paradigm is a philosophy of despair and, as such, at the origin of the misfortune of individuals.It is a philosophy of conflict and, as such, at the root of hostilities between families, communities and nations.Far from being abstract and philosophical, its implications affect each of us directly and intimatelyAn exploration of the nature of consciousness has the power to reveal the peace and happiness that is truly at the heart of experience.Our experience never stops changing, but knowing element in the experience of consciousness, or what we call “I “itself never changesKnowing with whom all experience is known is always the same knowledge.In the course of the municipality, constant element in all experience, consciousness does not share the qualities of any particular experience: it is not
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