Differences between conscience and consciousness
Human intelligence to raise consciousness
Science & consciousness
What happens in the brain so that each of us has the ability to think and feel? At what point do we acquire the sense of self? Where does our soul reside? Where do our thoughts come from?
The functioning of the brain and the role of the mind continue to incite a lot of curiosity, since they are a great mystery that science has not yet been able to unravel. For centuries, psychologists, biologists, geneticists, and neuroscientists have studied, dissected, analyzed, and measured the brain to understand more about it.
Differences between Conscience & Consciousness
There is no doubt that we are many more than bones, muscles, tissues and cells. We have consciousness and perception itself, terms that are often used interchangeably although they have different meanings, and this is what makes us really “human”.
Consciousness allows us to discern the actions, thoughts and situations that are correct, it allows us to distinguish between good and evil. Conscience is what prevents you from doing something determined by ethics.
While consciousness is not related to morality, it is the awareness of these thoughts and actions, that is, of the internal reality of each person. It is the knowledge that a being has of itself and its environment.
Consciousness is the ability of a human being to know himself, as well as all the reality that surrounds him. This journey inside that I like to talk so much about in my articles. Therefore, my main interest is that your consciousness expands and elevates thanks to the self-knowledge and the observation of the inner and outer world that meditation and other spiritual and plant medicine rituals allow us to navigate
There is no conclusive evidence about the origin of our consciousness, although there are many scientific, theological, social and spiritual studies around it. There has been a certain scientific consensus that understands that consciousness arose during biological evolution, that is, a beneficial adaptation that provides an evolutionary advantage to conscious species.
Human intelligence to raise consciousness
Intelligence differentiates us from other species, but where does it come from and what is intelligence? Human intelligence has evolved to create an increasingly sophisticated representation of the outside world. Brain
does very complex calculations to access conscious information and deals with a lot of information that we are NOT aware of.
What we continually see is a reconstruction of external reality. The brain gives us the illusion that we perceive the world and not its interpretation.
You are not your appearance, what you have, your achievements, etc. If you fall prey to your senses, you will not be able to raise your consciousness. Our essence is under all these layers, all of them related to the ego, the personality attributed from the mind. You are not what you think you are. This is where the importance of introspection lies. You must become aware!
Your brain is a complex biological machine that changes according to its activity and nerve connections are recorded. It is an organ like the rest that can be trained through meditation and other spiritual practices. If you train the brain, you will develop certain capacities and you will be able to raise your consciousness.
To be present, meditation and many other spiritual practices, indigenous rituals are the best ally to evolve.
Observe the world to understand it and be able to evolve. The mind is a very powerful tool that you can use to your advantage. You are the narrator of your film, the voice of your conscience.
Science & Consciousness
What does science say about this self that constitutes consciousness?
The mind is the exchange of information and stimuli between our body and the world around us. We are made of matter, of molecules, but it is matter organized in a complex way. For scientists, consciousness arises from the complex activity of thousands of neural connections in contact with the body, the environment, and the brain.
Our brain is said to be like a biological computer with millions of neurons that produce complex networks of information. Our neurons communicate across synapses by secreting neurotransmitters. Two scientists, Dr. Stuart Hameroff and the mathematical physicist, Roger Penrose, have worked since 1996 on what they call