Consciousness and Stem theory

The following ideas are meant to shed light on a timeless quandary about who we are. We experience the world with our five senses, we think and communicate both feelings and ideas, We think we are curious and say we are conscious but are we really though?
Opinions of consciousness continue to unfold as various thinkers share their ‘thoughts’ of it with the world. Their theories have a limited shelf life and many do not stand the test of time. Unfoldings bring new revelations, understandings, definitions, and ART-iculations of paradigms that once supported them. They eventually change to embrace new theories that cause major and minor shifts of…….”consciousness”. Disruptions occur in the human fabric that can profoundly transform our lives. For a theory to be understood a five-year-old should be able to ‘get it’. Test this theory; ask your toddler what consciousness means and share those responses with us.
Like “Darwin’s theory of evolution”, which gave us the survival of the fittest myth or the discovery of DNA by Crick and Watson in 1953 that became God’s Codes revealed. These are some of the pillars of western thought and Theories. Like those very comfortable shoes we love to wear, they eventually are worn out with holes in them. Cobblers are now obsolete not unlike scientists and theorists who now use the new ‘stem paradigm’ for their mythematics and mathemythics of physical mate-realism now seen as illusion.
The essence of ‘STEM’ can be explained as See, Touch and Evaluate by Measurement. As a theory, this is an incomplete story stuck in a material world of ill-use and therefore an illusion.
The deeper ‘spiritual’ meaning of Consciousness is not in the contemporary parlance or sy-stem of thinking so it becomes impossible to define. For ‘practical purposes’ it does not exist. If you lose anything, including your mind, the logical place to look for it is where it is, not where it could be or should be. The quantum masters are discovering this now because of their emerging theories.

What do you think Consciousness is, How does it work, Where do we find it?

To be followed responded to and continued. Thank you Read and enjoy!

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20 Native American Paradigms

Here is a list of some of those nuggets of wisdom which we can learn from the Native Americans:

1. SHARING IS CARING We should share our good fortune with others because no one becomes poor by giving. Charity is a selfless activity and engaging in any kind of charitable business brings good to others and to ourselves.
2. MULTIPLICITY OF RELIGION Native Americans allow plurality of religious faith because there is no point in bringing the diverse world under one umbrella of religion. As there are many people, there are many faiths. We should not force anyone to convert or join some other religious group that the one they follow.
3. BEING YOURSELF Being yourself is very important because if you can’t be true to your own soul, then how can you be true to anyone in the world?
4. EXPLORE YOUR SOUL There is much to be gained when you explore your soul. You should be in touch with your deep desires and should be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. You can only know what is right for you by doing so.
5. LET OTHERS BE Don’t force yourself on others. Give them their space.
6. PEACE Try to be the one who brings peace to people and the world rather than pain. Negative thoughts and actions harm everyone around you including yourself.
7. RESPECT FOR MOTHER EARTH You should not take anything for granted especially the environment. We should act like responsible people and have basic respect for our natural resources. Mother Earth lives and takes care of us in her LOVE.
8. CARING FOR CHILDREN We should be thoughtful in raising children because they are the members of the upcoming generations. They need to be taught values and discipline so that they can become responsible human beings.
9. APOLOGIZING Learn to accept your mistakes and say sorry whenever it is required. Accepting mistakes makes us free from unnecessary stress and apologizing gives us guilt-free soul.
10. NO NEGATIVITY Unnecessary negativity only brings stress and anxiety. Energy is depleted creating dis-ease. So stay away from such people and their thoughts altogether.
11. EMPATHIZE We all are connected to each other in some way or the other (on the human web). You need to empathize with others in order to spread love and kindness.
12. SAY NO TO GOSSIPS Stop indulging in meaningless gossip (and fear) mongering. It does not do any good to anyone. Such activities only spread negativity and hatred.
13. PRAY (MEDITATE) It never hurts to pray. Even a little prayer said for you loved ones can do wonders. It strengthens our bond with the higher power (LOVE) (if you believe in it).
14. TOLERANCE IS IMPORTANT The only way to peace and harmony is through LOVE and COMPASSION. Accept that people are different and let them live the way they want to. Acceptance of tolerance and diversity is crucial for world peace.
15. MAKE YOUR DECISIONS Stop letting others make your decisions. Decide what you want to do in and with your life.
16. BE HOSPITABLE Treat your guests with kindness, LOVE, and affection.
17. TRY TO BE AND FEEL CONTENT Contentment is very hard to realize in life. In order to feel content, through elevated emotions and as information, you need to count your blessings and stop counting others’.
18. BALANCE Try to be a balanced individual rather than running on the extremes. Balance is everything.
19. HONESTY Being truthful is really important because lies put you in unfavorable situations.
20. PAST IS IN THE PAST What’s gone is gone. There is no point in crying over it. Respect your past (and move on towards) the future but be in the present, where the real action is.