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Mind and Consciousness

by Jack Panyakone

Consciousness, by definition, is defined as:

In my opinion, seemed subjective, I define it as:
  • Conscioiusness: a hard drive that holds information such as memories and experiences
  • Mind: Life's Central Processing Unit (LCPU) that processes the internal information

Mind and Consciousness are dependent of each other and must exist together in order for life, ghost, and even spirit to be conscious. Conscious is defined as to be aware or to have feelings. This can be compared to a brain and a heart. One must exist for other to exist.

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