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Nothingness, Fractal of Self & the Evolution of Embodied Pure Consciousness (Part I)

Sam Breslauer


As outlined in the previous papers, I have reformulated non-dual presuppositions to show how the nature of pure consciousness (Self), nested within an ultimate reality of Nothingness, has natural qualities such as an inherent inseparable duality of oneness between Nothingness and Self, infinite possibilities of Self experience, Self-discernment and Self value. From these core axioms a structural and behavioural view of the universe can be logically conceived as a fractal that unfolds from the unified dimension of Nothingness (0) / Self (1), giving rise to infinite fractal dimensions that collectively provide a whole single evolving Self-perception of Self . This paper moves in a logical sequence to the rise of life on this planet as ‘embodied pure consciousness’, using principles of thermodynamics and the inherent Self-discerning, Self-valuing and ‘attentive’ qualities of pure consciousness to make clear unified connections between the behavior / structure of the universe itself with the inevitable planetary phenomena of biologically evolving purely conscious life forms. With the logical rise of embodied pure conscious organisms outlined in the first half of this paper, a self-evident explanation of the evolutionary emergence of consciousness of the body and, in more recent evolutionary history, of the mind, follows. Future implications for the evolution of embodied pure conscious rounds the completion of this theory.

Part I of this two-part article includes: 1. Introduction; 2. The Thermodynamic Rise of Embodied Pure Consciousness, aka ‘Life’; 3. Self-Discernment and Focused Awareness/Attention; 4. Values of Life (VOL); 5. All Actualised Possibilities Exist Eternally as ‘Attentive Memory’; 6. The Intelligent Self-Construction of The Mind Of Life; and 7. A Perspective on the Self-Generating Nature of Pure Consciousness to ‘Learn’.

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