Conscious existence

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Conscious existence is what is required for survival, life after death, and immortality form the individual's personal perspective. There is no conscious existence if consciousness does not exist. The supporting evidence for the belief that consciousness exists is personal experience -- what you are experiencing now. What you are experiencing now is by definition consciousness -- your consciousness. Time is related to consciousness and consciousness is related to time. You might even say the passing of time is what consciousness is dependent on. Without the passing of time, with its corresponding changes in the structure of matter, there is no consciousness produced by matter.

Ixperiencit existence is the existence that comes from being conscious of something which is also called ixperiencitness.

The word ixperiencit, pronounced "I experience it" is the key concept in understanding conscious existence. It is sort of like the concept of a point or line in Geometry [1]. The only way to understand it is to understand the concept by experiencing it. You have to intuitively understand its meaning. It is the one thing that determines you being alive for yourself. If you have never been conscious you will have a difficult time understanding the meaning of "being conscious". For there to be personal meaning for continuation of conscious existence, life after death, and immortality there has to be you experiencing being conscious, from other conscious being's perspective or I experience being conscious from the individual's perspective. If I experience consciousness I am alive from my personal point of view. See also: ixperiencit test, ixperiencit concept, wexperiencitness, uxperiencitness, and ixperiencitness.

Psychexistology is the scientific study of conscious existence.

Ixperiencitology is the science that studies the Ixperiencit concept, Ixperiencit existence, and Ixperiencitness.

Awaretheory is the web site that is slowly developing these two sciences plus other sciences. These ideas are totally based on scientific materialism there are no supernatural or antiscientific ideas involved. What is unexpected about the ideas in awaretheory is that they lead to a complex scientific theory about life after death and immortality. And what is even more unexpected is a scientifically based theory of morality. See also Moral consequences of awaretheory, Types of life after death Types of immortality,.

Awaretheory is based on the scientific idea that consciousness and ixperiencitness are produced by the structure and functioning of matter. If you duplicate the same structure and functioning of matter at a different place and, or time, with different matter with the same structure and functioning you can produce the same consciousness and ixperiencitness that was produced with the first experiment of you. Just as important is the idea that an extremely large amount of small enough changes in the structure and functioning of matter will still produce the same consciousness and ixperiencitness. If the changes in the structure and functioning of matter become large enough, but not too large there will be a change in the consciousness produced but not in the ixperiencitness produced. This means that if we take your ixperiencitness there will be a large set of different structures and functionings of matter that will produce a consciousness that you will experience when they occur randomly or on purpose. This makes is much easier for you to consciously exist again after death. Any number of people could have your ixperiencitness at one time, or through out all of time or space where the right structure and functioning of matter are created. If you want to exist in the future and have a good life, it is rational to strive toward the pursuit of knowledge for all, to take care of the earth and universe so that it can sustain conscious life forever or at least as long as possible, and make your present life and all other peoples lives as good as possible because who knows how many other present existing people are just conscious versions of you. The religious statement "do unto others as you wish them to do unto you" has new meaning when you are much more than a singular conscious moment in time. By harming others you can be directly harming yourself.

See also: Morals and Awaretheory, The Choice, Itomorality, Applitocepts, Itoapplicepts, Caresphere and Awaretheory, Caresphere, Caresphere concept, Selfish moral imperative, Carespherepath, Carepath, Diagrams 60 caresphere, Pascal's wager, Itogoals, Secularism and Awaretheory, Utopia and Awaretheory