The Absolute God/Brahman is pure awareness that is unaware of itself.
Consciousness is always conscious of something (dual) awareness is not
OF something, it is not even ever aware of itself, and this is Absolute singular
non dual. Consciousness is always relative and never absolute it is always
conscious of something, reflection is its main principle. You can have awareness
without consciousness, but you cannot have consciousness without awareness.
When we can cease all thoughts and remain in the silence just listening there
very still and quiet, we are then ‘out of our minds’, transcend consciousness and
our within the eternal moment of the now pure awareness.
Within the Absolute there is zero consciousness, only pure awareness, it is
only within the relative temporal universe that awareness becomes polluted
with thoughts and imaginations, and there consciousness rides within the carrier
absoluteness into relativity. We as humanity are hardly familiar with awareness and
tend to imagine that it is part of our minds and becomes lumped together with
thoughts and conscious mind arising’s
We are as yet unable to access pure awareness which is absolute and thereby
limitless and infinite, aware of the entire universe totally and absolutely all
within an eternal pointless point in the eternal ever present now.
Our awareness is sorely limited by our internal ignorance of just who and
what we really are. Which is immortal divine Souls. pure awareness is aware
of everything within this universe all at the same time perfectly.
Although consciousness is infinite in nature, it is not though absolute
only the eternal now and pure awareness are absolute, consciousness
without something to reflect on, folds into obscurity and becomes
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