This is a great article from Ken Star who discusses the three levels of self-awareness. The first level is the level of our brain where we are aware of our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and senses. This is the level that we know we are capable of, and it is the level that most of us are on. This is also the level that we take the most responsibility for. Most people are aware of themselves, but they don’t take responsibility for their self-awareness.
We are also on the second level of self-awareness, the level of our habits, routines, and impulses. This requires us to be aware of our habits, routines, and impulses. Most of us are on the third level of self-awareness (the level about our thoughts), but we are not on the second level (the level of our habits). At this level, we take full responsibility for our actions. This is the level that most of us are on.
We are at the third level of self-awareness because we cannot help but think about ourselves. This level of awareness is what distinguishes the human from the non-human. We are aware of being human, but not of ourselves.
If you want to look at another example of this level of awareness, you might read the article we wrote about the “self-talk” of the terminally ill. Many of us are aware that we are dying, but we cannot talk about it because of our physical illness. The same is true of us as humans. We are aware that we have human emotions, but we can’t talk about it because it affects our health.
That’s the power of being aware of our own awareness. It can be hard to admit, and even harder to do. When we are aware, we get our best chance to act on our awareness.
The problem that I have with this article is that because we are aware that we are dying, we are not able to talk about it. To quote the article, “Our minds are not our own. They are not always rational, and they are not always in line with our physical needs. We need to be willing to acknowledge we are not in control of our bodies.
I have a mental image of a person who is able to walk at least 60 miles in the dark. I don’t have to remind myself of how I would feel if my body woke up and I moved. I am not a zombie, but I am able to walk at least 60 miles in the dark with no consciousness of what my body is doing. I can do this.
I really need to get a better picture of this. It’s not like you can’t tell a person who’s brain is still functioning. The ability to walk at least 60 miles in the dark is a thing that even the braindead can do. And of course, you can still move your body, but you can’t really do anything besides walk.
Yes, kenstar uses artificial intelligence to take over the body of a person, and then it’s mindlessly walking around. But it has the same ability as a zombie to go around in a body that’s been broken apart and rebuilt.
Yep, you can still move your body, but you cant really do anything apart from walk. And yes, kenstar can still walk in the dark. But you cant actually interact with anything or do anything. Its literally a walking zombie.