Consciousness (Emptiness) is easy to understand if you compare it to TV. The TV itself is "consciousness". The big bang is when the TV screen is turned on. The movie on the TV screen is the universe, and the characters are humans. Just as the characters and the world reflected in them are part of the TV itself, the actual human beings are also conscious. However, this character is unaware that he is on TV. While being born, dying, and being born again and again on that screen, he plays roles in various eras, experiences pleasure and suffering, and gains experience points. The actual TV itself has colors and shapes, but consciousness does not.

Life is like a movie, and the ego is playing a role and experiencing it. Also , even if the bomb explodes in the video, the TV itself will not be damaged, but that is the same consciousness. In other words, everything that is happening in this world is an illusion, just like the image on TV. Therefore, when human beings realize that they are living in the illusionary movie world of ego, and let go of the attachment of this world and are conscious of consciousness, the reincarnation ends and they are liberated. If you remain obsessed with this world's wealth, fame, family, regret, anger, etc. at the time of death, it becomes a challenge and you will be reincarnated to overcome it.

Only the consciousness remains in the brain when it becomes innocent, but the Indian philosopher Shankara (700-750) called it Atman in the doctrine Upadesha Sahasley, saying: There is.

Atman is liberated and never revolves around."

"I (Artman) ) is real and a cognitive entity.
"Because it is the nature, it is not necessary to recognize Artman separately from Artman. ""I (Artman) is completely universal, clean, enlightened, unborn, and totally universal. Full, immortal, immortal, immortal. I am a supervisor, witness, observer, and constant of work (" go ", acts of good and evil )., It has no attributes and is unique ("Funi", not two). I am neither possessive nor non-existent nor both. Absolutely, auspicious (" Kichijo ", good) It's a precursor). I have no night, I'm Bluffman with no emptiness. "" There is no. " Atman, both inside and outside, transcends life, death, and old age without deterioration, and anyone who already knows that I am Atman is not afraid of anything. Know this. This is called Meichi, and not knowing this is called ignorance. ""If all people are liberated, the world will disappear."

Shankara states that being an Atman is to be conscious, to know it, to be enlightened to be an Atman, and to be liberated. In Buddhism, Buddha, in Udanavarga (the word for inspirational "kankyo"), describes innocence and liberation as follows.

"A quiet place that is beyond the reach of thought is the end of suffering and the calm comfort of the work that is created. There is Emptiness that already existed, there is no emptiness, and there is also a discriminating effect. I am well aware of the place where there is no sun, no moon, and no moon .... The saint knows his silence about the place, and has no shape. The one who has reached the ultimate of Satori, is not afraid, has no This is his last body. There is. This is the ultimate and the state of unprecedented tranquility. It is the state of liberation where all phases are destroyed and never die. "

In the ancient Indian scripture Bhagavad Gita, St. Bhagavad (Purusha, Brahman, = consciousness = Emptiness) states:

At the time of the death, those who die only with me ( St. Bagavad will reach my condition. There is no And fight. If you entrust me with your will and intellect, there is no doubt that it is exactly. Will come to " In the ancient Chinese book Laozi , he is innocent. There is a description that when you look around, you can see that everything is going ." back to the road.

There is Emptiness on the road.

"I will keep my mind as empty as possible and keep my quiet feelings firmly. Then, all things are being generated and changed, but I can see them returning to the road. In the first place, all. things are abundant. While doing the activity of generation, each returns to its root. "

In ancient Greece as well as in Asia, the philosopher Plato (427 BC – 347 BC) described something similar in his book Phaedo. Here, the soul is consciousness (Emptiness).

"If the soul is purely separated from the body, then the soul is not dragging any physical element, because the soul is not willing to interact with the body in its lifetime, rather. Because he avoided the body and concentrated on himself. It's all about practicing things, or maybe it's a practice of death .... Then, if your soul is in this state, was always practicing this, and this practice was Emptiness but a correct philosophy, and it also died plainly in truth. It's visible to you, like yourself. Go away to the things that aren't, the divine, the immortal, the wise, and once you get there, you'll be wandering, foolish, and so on. Wouldn't it be happy to be freed from fear, violent lust, and various other human evils, and the rest of the time is true, as is said of those who have been esoteric.Do you not spend time with the gods? "


In John 1 of the New Testament of Christianity, the following expression is stated.

"Don't love the world or anything in the world. If there is a person who loves the world, there is no love for the Father (onchi = God) = consciousness) in that person, because everything is in the world. The lust of the flesh, the greed of the eyes, and the treats of life do not come out of the Father, but out of the world. Those who do will live. forever. "

Understanding these phenomena can also be hinted at by events around you. One of the things you notice when you become consciously indifferent is that sudden thoughts occur. It comes from the memory of the past. Anger, regret, suffering, fun, etc. On If you are not aware of this property, you will be fascinated by that thought and live in response to it. Therefore , human beings act in a self-centered manner. In other words This conditioning of past memories is called karma in Hinduism and Buddhism, and is also called fate. This conditioning of past memories is called karma in Hinduism and Buddhism, and is also called fate.If you don't know this, your thoughts will not stop and you will continue to have desires.
 Many people are always looking for things and opportunities, but if that's not a difficult thing to do, a little bit of attachment will usually get it In other words, by being obsessed , what you want comes to you as a material form. For those who want to read a book, the opportunity to read a book comes. Money comes to those who like it. For those who want to buy animals, the opportunity to keep them comes. This can be said to be the law of the world.
 Similarly, if you have an attachment to life when you die, you will be born again.If the attachment to life is destroyed by the time of death, it will not be reborn. That is what is said in each religion we have seen so far.
 If you lose your attachment to life, you don't do anything, just what And the rest is up to you. Eliminating the attachment to life does not despise life.

In this way, if you focus on something such as the eyebrows or the consciousness itself, you will become indifferent, no desire will be created, and if you continue, you will lose attachment and become calm. If we turn our attention to consciousness even on the verge of death, we will achieve the ultimate goal of human beings, liberation.