The Limits of Consciousness



When we are confronted with a question such as "how do you feel about this situation?" we are often confused when we find that it is difficult to respond with a definitive answer. And though many of us are disturbed by the inability to answer such questions with clarity, it is perfectly normal not to know how you feel about certain things as our cognitive constructs are highly complex and, more often than not, many opposing sensations are going on at the same time for any particular cognitive construct compounded with the paradox of contradictory cognitive constructs, and we can never fully resolve those paradoxes – we just live with them as life is a vast ongoing paradox. This paper explores the realities of the paradoxes in the context of being.



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