Why do you think some people reject the "experience of conscience" ? Is it fear that makes them reject changing and adapting what they are conscious of ?
Before becoming able to experience conscience, a person must be capble of sustained conscious attention
."Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity. It is given to very few minds to notice that things and beings exist. Since my childhood I have not wanted anything else but to receive the complete revelation of this before dying." ~Simone Weil
Yet efforts towards conscious attention are often violently rejected. Once I learned why it became obvious. It is actually a study in itself.
"Grace fills empty spaces, but it can only enter where there is a void to receive it We must continually suspend the work of the imagination in filling the void within ourselves."
"In no matter what circumstances, if the imagination is stopped from pouring itself out, we have a void (the poor in spirit). In no matter what circumstances... imagination can fill the void. This is why the average human beings can become prisoners, slaves, prostitutes, and pass thru no matter what suffering without being purified."
"That is why we fly from the inner void, since God might steal into it. It is not the pursuit of pleasure and the aversion for effort which causes sin, but fear of God. We know that we cannot see him face to face without dying, and we do not want to die."
-- Gravity and Grace
I had underestimated how much of my life is built on defending imagination and imaginary values. But since I don't want to die I don't want to see it; to experience it. Doing so requires sacrificing acquired imagination in favor of experiencing the conscious void where conscience resides.
It seems simple but very diffficult which is why Simone called this quality of non directed free attention the rarest and purest form of generosity. Yet when we can sustain conscious Attention, we can experience conscience. She wrote
If you do not fight it---if you look, just
a moment when you cannot do it,
if it is evil;
if good, a moment
when you cannot
In these times when our collective attention span is becoming less and less, who has time or the desire to experience conscience? Imagination supported by relativism is the rage of the day.