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This discussion is based on the assumption that consciousness is a dimensional field with the same relativistic dynamic characteristics as the electromagnetic field, e.g., specific frequencies, quantification, etc., relating to different processes of the mind. The idea adheres to the philosophical assumption that electromagnetic interaction is consciousness, or at least part of a broader consciousness field. Time is an illusion created by the processing and accumulation of perception onto reflections within the subjective mind, and is defined by the frequency of the interactions of thought process, where space is its reciprocal. This may seem self-referential as frequency, of course, is defined as events over time. However, the point is that time, as experienced, is totally "inside" -- it is subjective and different for each observer. Accordingly, "space" separated from "time" is a manifestation of structured consciousness, wherein experience exists as feedback of the mind projecting onto consciousness the illusion of separate entities. Accordingly, so is frequency. The closest one can come to true time is collective subjective time, and the universe is a collective subjective conscious entity of illusive space-time.) At the deepest level consciousness is reverberation, fluctuations, analogous to matter-antimatter. Memories are contained within "materialized energy of consciousness" (as standing waves). This accumulation of energy-mass gives rise to its own experience of time-delay, following the time dilation principles of relativity. Past, present and future are merely constructions of mind and have nothing to do with any property of space-time 'itself', as there is no such thing independently. Why we do not know about this relation to 'that which we have created' is because memory is lost into deepest levels of stored experience during evolution (and science is perhaps the methodology of rediscovery). Consciousness is also continuously changing and soon becomes unrecognizable by the shifting of its awareness. If we should assume that the first awareness of existence was a step from nothing to something, it would be logically inconsistent, because however small the probability of existence may be, non-existence is indisputably smaller, simply because it has no time. Our mind-body is so deeply integrated with and accustomed to the flow of 'collective creation' that we do not realize in what way we are so profoundly part of it. All minds overlap and are collectively and dynamically creating and building on the illusion of an infinite expanding universe growing out from a primordial infinitesimal point. These two illusion extremes are vague and unexplained horizons. They should be regarded as directly connected analogically to the illusion of a sudden 'shifting of sides' on a Mobius strip (also analogous to a lens compressing an image through a focal point). The analogy is that dynamic relativistic effects of the collective consciousness invert space-time-sides "along the Mobius strip two-fold side". Consciousness, fundamentally being a relativistic oscillator, creates the illusive universe expanding or flowing continuously through singularities. Thus, the accelerating expansion is equivalent to a decelerating flow into a singularity and conversely. Moreover, at each oscillation of a dynamic part of consciousness, an experience is quantized into complex fractal patterns of collective material illusions.
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