My personal strategy for making my human condition more livable, happier.
The unconscious, preconscious, and conscious. What is the difference between them?
Freud believed that the mind could be divided up in a spatial manner. He chose to call those sectors: conscious, preconscious and unconscious. According to Freud, the preconscious is located in between the unconscious and the conscious locales. Think of it as a membrane through which a piece of repressed memory passes.
"Self-observation is a way
of knowing the outside world".
The topic of quantum neuroscience lays on the borderline of such disciplines as applied physics, explaining the existence of our body in the material world, and quantum physics, where our body and the principles of its existence are viewed at the level of quantum subjects.
Only when we stop to perceive consciousness independently of the everyday life process, it becomes our helper and guide in life.
We need to make these steps in order to approach the symbiosis of our spiritual side with the everyday routine one:
Step one: agree with the fact that THE SPIRIT CREATES MATTER.
Step two: understand that THE SPIRIT CREATES MATTER through 1) insights, 2) thoughts, 3) intentions, 4) actions.
... That's all! Nothing complicated, but it's perfectly clear that Quantum Consciousness is what happens to many of us. It has been happening personally to me within the last 30 years. This consciousness led me to the achievement of many goals. The setting of these goals relying exclusively on the logic of the brain would have been scary. But the goals themselves came to me. Having reached them, every time I was realizing that there was no miracle in it: I was moving forward to my Illumination!
"Life is like driving a bicycle."
To maintain the balance, you must move. "
I'm fed up with the amateur work in the field of discourses and debates about awareness, spiritual transformation, awakening. I'm just tired of it all. After reading a bunch of books over the past 30 years, I came to the conclusion that all of it is some kind of "raw" and not really applicable in the everyday life that I love so much.