Normal Consciousness

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Normal Consciousness refers to the everyday waking consciousness of your "average," disconnected modern citizen.

Syncretic Terms

Normal Consciousness > Dullness, Ordinary Consciousness

Related Terms

Normal Consciousness > Disconnection, Matrix Illusion, Practical Man, Spiritual Ideology, The Blindfold, Wrong Thought

Notes

William James: "Our normal waking consciousness is but one special type of consciousness, whilst all about it, parted by the filmiest of screens, there lie potential forms of consciousness entirely different. We may go through life without suspecting their existence, but apply the requisite stimulus and at a touch and they are there in all their completeness..."[1]


Normal consciousness is not healthy consciousness. Normal consciousness is damaged consciousness. Normal consciousness is disconnected consciousness. Normal consciousness is limited consciousness. Normal consciousness is reflective of a physical unit and Bodily Ego damaged by Toxic Socialization.

Normal consciousness is a pathology characterized by an overactive/defensive Bodily Ego and an impaired/corrupted connection to Resident Monadic Consciousness.

There is nothing salutatory about normal consciousness. Normal consciousness, especially at the lower end of normal, is generally insufficient to the achievement of goals and basic maintenance of bodily and mental health.

Normal consciousness is veiled consciousness. Normal consciousness is a blindfolded Physical Unit. Normal consciousness is consciousness submerged in Maya.

Levels of Consciousness above normal are attainable up to the physical limits of the body and mind.

Transitory moments of strong Connection (e.g. Peak Experience, Pure Conscious Events, Transcendence, etc) may be experienced as a result of trauma, forms of meditation, the ingestion of Connection Supplements, rituals, etc. A more permanent expansion of Consciousness in the body may only be attained via a process of spiritual and psychological healing and connection.

Footnotes

  1. James, William. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study of Human Nature. New York: Penguin, 1982. https://amzn.to/2l4UyR7