This is a science fiction book I read a few weeks ago. It talks about the idea of the “third level” of consciousness. This is the level where consciousness transcends the physical brain and exists outside of the body. I read it on my Kindle and was so surprised and intrigued by it.
The third level of consciousness is the point where our consciousness, our mind, and our emotions merge into one. We are one with all of the things we can see, hear, and smell, and our consciousness becomes more and more aware of all of these things. Science fiction writer Neal Stephenson writes about this in his essay, “The Third Level of Consciousness” where he talks about the idea that the level of consciousness we are on at the moment has the possibility of going beyond the physical body.
I think you know that the title of this article is a reference to the famous scene from J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” movies where Frodo (a young Hobbit) is trying to communicate with his old friend Gandalf. Gandalf has told Frodo that he is a part of the “third level of consciousness,” the “third mind.
The thing is, as a philosopher, I’m pretty sure that these concepts are a bit beyond the understanding of the average person. But that doesn’t mean that there is no possibility of a third level. It is possible that our third level of consciousness can be a part of our physical body, but only in the way that our second level of consciousness can be. This would be a real level of consciousness than does not exist on Earth.
When I say “third level”, I am not referring to an independent consciousness that is separate from our physical body. Rather, I mean that our third level of consciousness is a part of our physical body. We are not separate from our physical body, we are not physical, but we are a part of it. The third level of consciousness is a part of our physical body and thus is also part of you, me and everyone else.
When it comes to self-awareness, we are not aware of our third level consciousness. When we are aware of our third level consciousness, we might question it. “Is it real?” What do we mean by “third level consciousness”? I think what I want to know is, does it require physical presence? I am very interested in learning about this because it has very important applications. For example, I have a friend who is blind, but he has some very nice things of mine.
Self-awareness is an important concept. But the concept of self-awareness can be a bit misleading. Many people who are blind, or who have visual impairments, think that they have “no self-awareness,” but this is not true. For example, when people are interviewed by psychologists or psychiatrists, they often have a question they want answered.
When they ask “Why do you wear those glasses?” the answers usually are vague “They’re not the best glasses for me” “I don’t know” or “I don’t have a choice.” As if the person who can’t see isn’t aware of the fact that they can’t see at all anymore.
The truth is that we all use computers as part of our daily lives. If you dont have a computer or you can barely operate one, you might be in trouble. That said, the fact that we are able to use computers does not mean that we are able to see. I know that sounds like a self-serving statement, but at the same time, the ability to use technology is part of our human nature.
The fact is that the fact is that we have computers and that if we have a computer we can see. The problem is that we dont really see. We do see colors, we see textures, and we can pick out a shape in the air, but we cant actually see them.