Consciousness defines itself by the experiences it has had


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From a consciousness perspective, all that exists is experience. Consciousness can be perceived as expanding or contracting itself by focusing its attention and awareness to create an experience and moving into the experience and embracing it (expansion) or moving away and withdrawing from the experience and avoiding it (contraction). In any case, consciousness defines itself by these experience by choosing some as pleasurable and open to repeating them (I am this, I like this) and others as unpleasant and closed to repeat experience ( I am not this, I do not like this). After a long series of experiences, rather than being fully open to any experience without the bias of the past, consciousness has a whole set of experiences that are unacceptable and a whole set that are acceptable. As a result, consciousness has defined itself and placed itself in a cage of its own making by the experiences it has had.

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