The human biogenetic experiment is consciousness brought forth into the physical by the patterns of sacred geometry that repeat in cycles called Time. Reality is about the evolution of consciousness in the alchemy of time. To become fully conscious, is to remember who you are as a being of light, why you are here, and where we are going, which is dictated by the collective unconscious that creates the programs of realities through which the soul experiences simultaneously.
Experiments, tests and trials carried out have shown that these five functions, all correlate to consciousness
Somatic states, and
All these feelings are imbued with strong bodily sensations, including fear and love. These results show that conscious feelings stem from bodily feedback. Hence, emotional memories, which become part of the individual’s life path and further directs the unconscious reactions of painful events from a time in the past, forgotten in memory, but remembered subconsciously.
These results show that conscious feelings stem from bodily feedback. Although consciousness emerges due to brain function and we experience our consciousness in the brain, bodily feedback contributes significantly to a wide variety of subjective feelings.
Recently, researchers discovered a brain area that acts as a kind of ‘on-off’ switch for the brain. When they electrically stimulated this region, called the claustrum, the patient became unconscious instantly.
Interestingly, the claustrum is strongly reciprocally connected to many cortical areas. The visual cortex (the region involved in seeing) which sends axons (the connecting “wires” of the nervous system) to the claustrum, and also receives axons from the claustrum.
The claustrum is a thin, irregular sheet of neurons that is attached to the underside of the neocortex in the centre of the brain. Studies have demonstrated that the claustrum projects to, and receives projections from, a number of cortices, including the primary motor, premotor, prefrontal, auditory, and visual, among others.
Today we correlate specific patterns of electrochemical dynamics (motions) of the central nervous system, with ’emotional feelings’. Consciousness, the substrate for any emotional feeling, is itself a ‘motion of the mind,’ (energy in motion) an ephemeral state characterized by certain dynamical patterns of electrical activity. Even if all the neurons, their constituent parts and neuronal circuitry remained structurally the same, a change in the dynamics can mean the difference between consciousness and unconsciousness.
We learn from our environment first, linguistic capacities in babies are shaped by the environment they grow up in. Exposure to maternal speech sounds in the muffled confines of the womb enables the featus to pick up statistical regularities so that the new born can distinguish its mother’s voice and even her language from others.
A more complex behaviour is imitation: if Dad sticks out his tongue and waggles it, the infant mimics his gesture by combining visual information with proprioceptive feedback from its own movements.
It is therefore likely that the baby has some basic level of unreflective, present-oriented consciousness. Echolalia and mimicry have a far more ever pervading impact than we would realise which contributes to consciousness and learning.