This is the best question of all the questions! To transcend this question is the best exercise of all exercises! Consciousness comes you of logic/math/geometry and there is nothing else than consciousness. Life/Time/Space and everything you can imagine - in short everything that has/had or will be have a definition is a bubble of different density of consciousness.
>>17316373 We quite possibly are finding our way through a program from what is perceived to be the future? Consciousness is something that as of yet science has no answer for. Once a being becomes aware their consciousness is able to move forward in time to the state of realization attained. The infinite present is what the seers refer to as the Akashic records, and this is where one learns to find the pointers for those living in the past.
>>17316373 As my experience, consciousness is like an enormous invisible network which is shared by all beings, especially for the intelligent beings as humans. It has a hierarchy, and some can sense it.
I had been trying to figure it out since long, long time ago. I have crossed lines that may be forbidden for some people. I have understand that everyone is on different levels, and you can travel in many of them if you understand how your own mind and consciousness are, you have to be critic with yourself.
I have found some theories about what is it, but I would like to share the one I'm exploring nowadays, the noosphere of Theillard du Chardin or Vernadsky, which has similarities with the collective consciousness of Carl Jung.
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