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Subtle Consciousness

  1. 1. S u b t l e C o n s c i o u s n e s s Mind Flow Reality : Interdependence Ignorance Wisdom Self-centered mind : *Attachment *Arrogance *Greed…etc. Destructive emotion : *Anger, Hatred Altruistic mind (Reason): *Compassion *Warm-heart *Gentleness…etc. Calm mind : *Peace of mind (Care for the happiness of yourself only) (Care for the happiness of others) Mind Flow*Anger, Hatred *Jealousy *Fear, Sorrow…etc. *Peace of mind *Friendship *Cooperation…etc. Positive actionNegative action HappinessSuffering Negative consequence Benefit Positive motivationNegative motivation Hitoshi Tsuchiyama2013.7.28 Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. 1. Hippocampus and Subtle Consciousness Hippocampus is the organ at the back of the brain involved in memory, and it can log experience to death from birth, but if we die, the brain as well as the skin and flesh will rot and the memory will also Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. the skin and flesh will rot and the memory will also disappear. However, I guess that the memory stored in the hippocampus will be rewritten in an instant into subtle consciousness at the time of death. Because, I believe that our consciousness will not die even though the body and mind (ie, brain) die.
  3. 3. 2. Imprinting like a flash memory People say that all of the lifetime experiences are supposed to be shown to each human like a revolving lantern in the death process. Specifically, I guess that the memory stored in the hippocampus is Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. that the memory stored in the hippocampus is rewritten into subtle consciousness (ie. imprinted on subtle consciousness as a record) while it is being played. I also guess that its mechanism is just like a flash memory.
  4. 4. 3. Mechanism of Flash Memory The structure of the memory cell of the flash memory is similar to the UV-EPROM (Ultra-Violet Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory) which will erase the memory contents by ultraviolet irradiation. Further, the Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. memory contents by ultraviolet irradiation. Further, the flash memory has the biggest characteristic of "Non-volatile" which can hold data even when the power is turned off, and "Floating gate" which holds a charge is added to the interior of the transistor. The mechanism to distinguish between "0" or "1" depends on the state of charge on this floating gate.
  5. 5. 4. Connection and Transmission And then it is considered that our subtle consciousness and the hippocampus at the back of our brain are combined at the time of our birth and death and the information is transmitted. When we are born, subtle consciousness enters into the fertilized egg at the timing of somewhere between Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. into the fertilized egg at the timing of somewhere between fertilization and birth, and connects with a new brain to transmit information (for initial setting) but I predict that the memory of our previous life is to be erased (maybe by ultraviolet irradiation). When we die, subtle consciousness connects to the dying brain and is considered to record the information as described above.
  6. 6. 5. Subtle Consciousness and Science What is subtle consciousness? My guess was that subtle consciousness must be something extremely difficult to master. For example, in Buddhism: the attainment of enlightenment through long-term meditations and ascetic practices, in Christianity: the attainment to God (pure divine nature). Because our consciousness is invisible and Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. divine nature). Because our consciousness is invisible and intangible, it is too early yet to prove scientifically like body and mind (brain). The present stage is that neuroscience has just begun to elucidate the mechanism of emotions, so the day when subtle consciousness is proven scientifically will be far ahead. I feel it's an invisible substance like Higgs particle, that is "magnetic field"? !
  7. 7. 6. Universal Moral Ethics However, my reasoning is that subtle consciousness means 'Universal Moral Ethics', namely, 'Infinite Altruism', or 'Reason', or 'Compassion' according to the following information. If so, subtle consciousness may be so simple. 1) 'Emptiness and Selflessness' preached by Buddha Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved. 2) 'Commentary on Wisdom and Infinite altruism' by Nagarjuna, Shantideva and other 17 Nalanda masters 3) 'Purity of the divine nature' preached by Meister Eckhart 4) 'Mental projection' explained by Aaron T. Beck 5) Scientific findings on 'Hippocampus' by neuroscientists 6) Mechanism of 'Flash memory' 7) Structures of 'Higgs particle'
  8. 8. How to transform our mind 1. Conviction of (1) the ultimate reality of ‘Interdependence’ or (2) the law of causality or (3) the effects of compassion 2. Practice of ‘Compassion’2. Practice of ‘Compassion’ [Compassion : Reason : Universal Moral Ethics] : Compassion, Warm-heart, Gentleness, Kindness, Care, Sincerity, Honesty, Self-confidence, Trust, Respect, Appreciation, Modesty, Self-discipline, Patience, Tolerance, Forgiveness, Sympathy, Empathy, Generosity, Non-violence…etc. Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. P r a c t i c e ‘ C o m p a s s i o n ’ Consciousness Body Instinct Emotion Reason (Compassion) Thought (Motivation) Instinct & Emotion [Transformed] Speech Action Mind Karma Human Structure For your meaningful, healthy & happy life Consciousness Controller Smile Human Structure Hitoshi Tsuchiyama2013.7.28 Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.

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