Conscious perspective

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The conscious perspective analogy is a way of understanding the the concept of the conscious perspective.

Each awaremoment on your awarepath has a different conscious perspective. Stated in another way, what you are experiencing now will be different than what you will be experiencing later in your life, So what you are currently experiencing is a singular moment perspective of your whole life's consciousness. You are not seeing the whole picture of your life at once you see only a "conscious perspective" of your whole life.

In the same way your whole life is but one awarepath among many different ones that form an awarevenue that you experience one part at a time from your "conscious perspective" even though there can be many different conscious perspectives (awaremoments) of your many different lives (awarepaths) that exist at once.


Your current conscious perspective is a consciousness produced by the structure and functioning that the body is producing at the current moment. What we are is much more than our current conscious perspective. Our human brains are complex enough to produce a consciousness that realizes this. We see that we have had memories that we believe were produced by real experiences that were different from what we are experiencing now. We also have a belief that our future experiences will be different than what we are experiencing now. Which means that we are not just our current consciousness we are a long sequence of experiences and varying consciousnesses over a life time or an awarepath.

Your past conscious perspective is a consciousness produced by the structure and functioning that the body did produce at some time in the past. Your past conscious perspective can be duplicated by reproducing the structure and functioning of specifically your brain or equivalent at that time in your life that produced that conscious perspective. Variants in time, place, and material composition and even slight changes in structure and functioning will still produce that specific conscious perspective and you will experience with the same ixperiencitness as the first time that conscious perspective was produced


Your future conscious perspective is a consciousness produced by the structure and functioning that the body will produce at some time in the future.


Your variant conscious perspective is a consciousness produced by the structure and functioning that the body could have produced at any time in one's life if the external influencing conditions on the structure and functioning of the brain would have been different. When we sum up all the variant conscious perspectives into their corresponding awarepaths we form an awarevenue of conscious perspectives.


A person only sees the consciousness that the body is producing by its structure and functioning at the present time. You do not see all the other consciousnesses that other bodies can produce with your ixperiencitness. But because of memories we do know that there have been consciousnesses different from what we currently are experiencing that we have experienced in the past. Just because you do not experience a consciousness at the present moment does not mean that you do not experience it when it is produced by the right structure and functioning of your present body or by a different body producing that structure and functioning.