Awareness It is neither the feeling nor the feeling; Feeling is what connects you to the outside world through the senses. Feeling is what connects you to the inner world, made up of your emotions, your thoughts, and your memories.
Just as awareness does not mean knowledge; Knowledge is the product of experiences and experiences that a person acquires, through friction between the ego and reality. Which stores (the product) in the memory after crossing the points of feeling and feeling.
Awareness does not mean feeling pain or pleasure, nor does it mean cultural, scientific or philosophical thinking, nor does it mean feeling love or hate.
Consciousness as a simple concept is a view that goes beyond the immediate and present reality, and all the immediate and superficial sensations and feelings that surround it, passing them to the perception of pain or pleasure before feeling or feeling them. This can only be accomplished by assimilating the immediate and present feelings and feelings, through memory, and exploiting them to understand reality in the midst of its process, and not in its immediate. It means realizing the event before it happens, and realizing the pain before feeling it. For example, if you see a rabid dog heading towards you, you will not wait for him to approach you and bite you, and then you conclude that it is a dangerous dog. Rather, with your consciousness based on your realistic knowledge and emotional emotions stored in memory, you will be able to conclude that if the dog approaches you, he will inevitably bite you, so there is no solution but to flee, and if you do not do so, this means that you are unconscious.
Indeed, awareness goes beyond the immediate feeling and feeling, and it understands what will happen in the future, by investing what was stored in the memory. This awareness is general and has a human character, meaning it includes all human beings, except for the disordered. And I call this consciousness: individual consciousness.
After we understand consciousness on its simple level, we will move to consciousness at its complex level, which is what I call human consciousness, which is a consciousness that transcends individuality and transcends it, to what is qualitative, and is linked to human destiny. The individual no longer only realizes the pain that he will (as an individual) will experience before it occurs, but also the pain afflicting the other individual, and realizes the pain that will befall the person before it occurs.
This awareness is a consciousness that transcends individuality, and the selfish and immediate pleasure related to it, and transcends them, to realize that it is part of a whole, whose destiny (i.e. the fate of this all) controls its destiny as an individual. But this awareness is a weak awareness in front of simple awareness and before the feelings and feelings, and this is what makes its impact on society very weak. Because it does not take up a large area of individuals’ lives, and it cannot be acquired, unless the individual assimilates some things.
How can human awareness be acquired?
The individual cannot reach the level of human consciousness, unless he realizes that the difference between himself and others is nothing but a difference in luck, time and place.
Luck is just possibility and possibility, the effects of which fluctuate from good to bad. The situation in which an individual lives, whether bad or good, is only a possibility that has afflicted him, it was possible for another individual to live. For example, the marital status of an individual, it is nothing but a possibility that another individual would live. And the pain experienced by one individual is nothing but a possibility, which another individual could have lived. So, seeing the other in pain, should be understood as a possibility, which you could have lived too, but transformed into the other. What the other lives is, in fact, you would live if the luck he touched had touched you.
place and time
As for space and time, they are the ones that judge the world by change and discrimination. The position it occupies in a certain period of time is just a case of multiple and different states that are subject to change. Your situation in this place would have been the case of another individual, if he fell in this place, meaning that your condition in which you live is a different state from the case of the other, because your place and his place are only different.
The place is governed by circumstances that differ between incentives and barriers. Your desire to live a certain state will make you work to reach it, so you will find in front of you obstacles and incentives, if the incentives are more than obstacles, then you will reach the situation, but if it is the opposite, then you will experience a relapse.
So, the situation you live in is the gift of the place in which you are. If your situation differs from that of the other, the difference – in fact – is nothing but a difference in the place between you. If he (the other) is found in your place, then he can (according to luck) live your condition, and if you are found in his place, then you can live his condition.
As for time, it is what exposes the state to change, for what you live now, is subject to change. This means that your state is not fixed, and you may find yourself moving from one state to another. It means that what the other lives, at any moment in time, you can also live in another moment in time.
So, whatever is exposed to the other in reality, it also touches you, even if you don’t feel it or feel it. The difference in luck, place and time are what made individualism exist. As for the truth, all individuals are interconnected in humanity. If we do not feel it or feel it, we must perceive it through human consciousness.
In injustice, for example. We find that the owner of the individual consciousness denounces injustice if it struck him or almost does not condemn it, unless he is a victim of it or realizes that it will be so. But if neither of them happens, he tries to avoid it as much as possible. As for the human conscious, he denounces injustice. Because he makes sure that he is a danger to humanity, bypassing his selfish individuality. Injustice is not a threat to the individual only, but to humanity as a whole, because any individual does not accept to become his victim, so even the oppressor does not accept to be afflicted with injustice.
Therefore, the owner of the individual consciousness is a selfish person, if he was found in the same state of the oppressor to do the same. As for the owner of human consciousness, even if he is found in the same state as the oppressor, he will not perform this practice. Because he realizes in his human consciousness that it is a danger to him as a person and not as an individual, in the sense that (injustice) affects the fate of humanity and not the fate of the individual. Here, with the power of human consciousness, this person was able not to live in a state of oppressor, despite the fatalities of fortune, space and time, so he was able to eliminate this constraint.
Consequently, human consciousness is what gives the individual the ability to make strong choices, through which he can emerge from the determinants of fortune, time and space.
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