Consciousness at the root of Philosophy

Consciousness, the primordial sea containing matter and energy from which I instantiate the whole of reality must be the topic of concern for all Philosophy. All Philosophy is rooted in the idea of consciousness. If I ascribe the sea of consciousness emanating from matter, then I am a materialist otherwise I am an idealist. As we see the sea of consciousness as existing is because of the nominative I or the ego beyond which the sea does not exist at all. That is all reality is with the presence of Ego.

All consciousness, matter, and energy are waves at different rates of vibrations. Thus matter and energy manifest as a vibration which we call consciousness. While matter and energy are physical and measured in the laboratory, consciousness is spiritual and could be measured through mystic intuition.

We cannot reduce consciousness to the quantum model where though the matter is a manifestation of consciousness, uncertainty principle cannot endow us with free will. Still, quantum Physics stands to testify that sea of consciousness as a vibration of matter and energy. So consciousness can be studied as in conjunction with Physics and Psychology

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