toombaru wrote:Because............. that is fox's perspective.fox wrote:Michael, you said:
"...(Though there is no impediment at all to remembering all lives now)..."
So why then does consciousness always experience everything from the perspective of fox?
The answer given from the perspective of toombaru sure looks like toombaru... he is always buggering up his 'quote boxes' so it is not clear who is quoting whom.toombaru wrote:Fox.fox wrote:What is the impediment?
I've taken the liberty to clear up the confusion
There's no argument with the answer. Though I wouldn't say "fox's perspective". The phrasing tends to give the impression that fox is an independent thing/person 'having a perspective'.
But then who's to quibble over words... only this perspective
Fox doesn't have or own a perspective. Fox is the perspective.
Fox is everything that is seen and experienced by through and for Consciousness alone... as the events of 'fox's life' unfold.
In a film, the camera may take the perspective of one of the characters and the voiceover may express the character's thoughts. The character does not own or have this perspective.
Only the viewer sees the image on the screen and only the viewer hears the 'thoughts'.
It is the 'viewer' that sees the apparent world (of the film)... from the perspective of the character... 'as if' the character is real and seeing the world and having thoughts.
So Consciousness experiences 'within the visual, aural and other sensory fields' a single view of the world seen and felt 'from the perspective of fox'... and, as each experience is given form through the senses, so for every perspective.
Fox will never 'get this'.