Consciousness is uncreated.daramantus wrote: ↑Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:55 amNo, in this scenario. It seems your brain doesn't create consciousness, but consciousness doesn't creates your brain either. your brain is there, you use it. and your memory helps you to remt5ember your body. Otherwise a person with alzheimer's would have his/her body dissipated everytime he/she doesn't remember that he/she has a body anymore. So, please, again, correct your mistakens and your contradictions, because none of what you say makes sense. at all.Dontaskme wrote: ↑Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:17 am It seems we are only aware of the body upon awakening from deep sleep when the memory of the body comes back online. If the memory wasn't a constant presence there wouldn't be any capacity to remember the body upon awakening from deep sleep. So the knowledge of the body must exist as a memory only. The body is known by conscious memory, not the other way around, the body does not know the body, it is NOT conscious of itself. In this scenario, it seems the body doesn't create the consciousness, the consciousness creates the body.
For the sense of I am conscious ..it’s only existence is a concept arising within what is uncreated ....appearing as created...apparently dividing what is one into two...the uncreated created.
This separate I creation is an imagined thing.
Apparent created things including the sense of I .... do not exist separately apart from their source which is uncreated unknowable nothingness which is also a concept known ....
Therefore, consciousness is an appearance within the dream of imagined separation that I exist as some thing only because I cannot exist as nothing. The sense of separate I cannot know the nothingness of which it appears because it’s only existence is an illusory known some thing.....illusory because the source of it’s identification with itself is unknowable.
Nothing cannot make sense, any sense is pure make belief, a story of imagined knowns sourced by the nothingness that cannot be known, therefore all sensory experience including concepts which are just sounds heard as words believed to have meaning known by a separate I is illusory.