What is the state of consciousness that we call mind? How does one define it? How can we define experience? What really counts as real experiences? The body is the vehicle for the mind. Consciousness is a general term used for that which is wake, and living.Therefore, consciousness exists in the mind and the body exists in the mind. I suppose that consciousness is of itself definable, but the most abstract thing a world where minds think and behave in accordance to the laws of physics. In my opinion the most abstract concept in philosophy is consciousness for the reason that we as human beings cannot measure consciousness or cannot pin it down into simple syntax that people can understand. One example is that people are conscious of their experiences when they are awake and in a stable state of mind. Frequencies in the pattern of people’s brains depends on what they are doing in their activities.
Whether they are listening,or playing intense music, reading a book, or simply enjoying the sunset; the brain experiences different states in different times. The time it takes for the synapses of the brain to take effect is so fast that we take for granted our minds and souls. Music for the brain not only keeps the brain intact, but also helps soothens the soul with transcended sounds. Also, other forms of meditation, light refractions and yoga help the mind, especially those with mental illnesses. In all these different types of activities the mind changes its frequencies thought patterns and brain waves. In an instant these neurons in our brains fire rapidly. When I mean frequencies I mean does patterns of waves traveling in the fabric of spacetime and is oscillating in a certain pattern. The patterns in the brain are always activated, even while the brain is resting. But does the mind live after death? Is death the end to life. I believe not, that death is the end.
Why do I believe in God? Belief has power. I believe that belief has power. And, I believe that my belief about beliefs has power, and so on to infinity. Philosophers, have called this the infinite regress of beliefs.I believe that all the minds of people will worship God in the near future. When we are conscious we are constantly being watched by God. Maybe, He has restrained Himself to act. Maybe He is waiting to judge the world, or release all the anger we has accumulated ever since Jesus rose from the grave, and ascended to the highest heavens. Or, maybe He is simply there always?