Stefan Heuer

Brains

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Another question,

From the 1. Person perspective I understand that consciousness/awareness is prior to an appeareance of a brain, car, dog etc.

But what I dont understand is how the notion of other perspectives comes into play. Because then I come back to the old materialistic paradigm of there being an external world on which 8 billion humans live. Which one is now true?

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Perspective is a relative notion.

It does not exist at the absolute level.

Consciousness is not a 1st person perspective. That is the ego's illusion. Consciousness is Absolute Infinity.


You are God. You are Love. You are Infinity. You are Leo.

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i love to "think" that all 7.5 billion brains/persons "live" inside my head.

makes me grateful and humble.

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Your head is also imaginary ;)


You are God. You are Love. You are Infinity. You are Leo.

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Consciousness is absolute Infinity. 

Whereas a perception is an angle or a way to look at a certain situation. 

Consciousness is One 

Whereas perspectives can be many in number. Too many 

 


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no matter how many times I try to hit my head against the wall, I probably still wouldn't get that "

Perspective is a relative notion.

It does not exist at the absolute level.

Consciousness is not a 1st person perspective. That is the ego's illusion. Consciousness is Absolute Infinity."

"

Consciousness is absolute Infinity. 

Whereas a perception is an angle or a way to look at a certain situation. 

Consciousness is One 

Whereas perspectives can be many in number. Too many "

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