Consciousness is omnipresent and omniscient – means it’s infinite – here you are talking about the life and death of a (complex) focal point of perceptual experience. Consciousness doesn’t die. Lifeforms die and egocentric psychological apparitions die along with them because their connection to consciousness has been broken. It was impressed upon me many years ago that the respiratory connection between the conception of life and the moment of death centers around the most psychotropic chemical in the universe – oxygen! You can make of that what you will…… but there’s no death in the infinite nature of consciousness – death is an inevitable part of a unique experience of space time place form and event; and associated life cycles of action.
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