Consciousness And New Ideas About Our Birth, Life, And Death

Abstract:
What are we? How are we born, why do we exist and when do we die? What is the meaning and role of consciousness? Where is the place of the human species in the order of the world? These are the eternal questions we all seek answers for.

Keywords:
Consciousness, Reality, Energy, Birth, Purpose of Life, Death

What are we? How are we born, why do we exist and when do we die? What is the meaning and role of consciousness? Where is the place of the human species in the order of the world? These are the eternal questions we all seek answers for.

What is the official definition “consciousness”?

Consciousness' is one of the main concepts in philosophy, sociology and psychology. Consciousness, by definition, is the ability to realize reality and comprehend reality.

However, this definition is quite foggy.

And now here are my new ideas:

First, what is “consciousness” in my hypothesis?

In my opinion, consciousness is thinking energy fields whose thinking waves pierce everything familiar and unfamiliar to man. Those fields manage everything with their main purpose being self-improvement. In my hypothesis, consciousness has created and continues to create the material world. However, the material world exists only temporarily and is only a small part of consciousness itself.

Next, considering the above theory of consciousness, let us now turn to our human world.

In order for us to understand and realize something, we must study it and expand and improve our knowledge. Humans have a tremendous amount of experience in studying and accumulating knowledge, and our whole history is an example of that. Actually each person is a smaller or a larger piece in the vast mechanism of science, culture, etc. So, the question is, what kind of piece are we in the realization and understanding of the creation of the whole world in general, and, more specifically, for example, in the creation of a galaxy?

I think that, simply, it does not make sense to even waste words to discuss something for the creation of which we have no contribution. And nevertheless, we do exist, and so do many, many galaxies. How can this be explained?

Here we come to the second question, the one about our birth, the purpose of our life, and our death.

According to my hypothesis, the answer to this question is based on the assumption we discussed earlier, that the powerful, conscious, thinking beings are in fact conscious energy fields, piercing with their conscious waves all material and non-material objects (galaxies, black holes…). This assumption helps us get straight to the answer of our second question, skipping many unnecessary complications:

First, the conception of the new life. Obviously, the conception of new life happens in the the mother’s organism — this great psycho-biophysical laboratory. This is true both for us, humans and for any living kind. At the exact moment of conception, the new organism is ultimately formed by the conscious energy fields. They are quite specific in terms of type and number, and I think that some parts of them (or, rather, some substances) pierce the new organism’s energy point and remain in it until the end of that organism’s earthly life. In fact, each of these fields manifests itself in the material world via a specific organ (head, heart, liver, secretory system, sexual organs, etc.). During the life of each leaving creature, these substances receive and accumulate life experience, each in their own field. This life experience gets continuously transmitted to the conscious energy fields. And perhaps this is one of the main goals of the human life and every other life, because it is the most ancient and flawless way for self-improvement of the conscious energy fields, and we are just their microscopic helpers. Surely, the conscious energy fields have many other, and immeasurably larger assistants. And the physical death of any organism occurs when it cannot add anything more to its life’s achievement. At the moment of death, the substances, that are already enriched, get separated from the body, and returned to their employers.

This is a very simple hypothesis for anyone — how we, and all living organisms are born, why we live and when we dies. If you think things should be more complicated and scientifically confused, then it is your turn.

Thank you!

Engineer & Independent Researcher, Smolyan, Bulgaria, my_kaly1@mbox.contact.bg