center of consciousness

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Puckett reads the novel as "a long meditation on middleness" (78) insofar as it fuses its formal middle with its center of consciousness.
Sherry Anshara, Medical Intuitive, author, and founder of the QuantumPathic [R] Center of Consciousness in Arizona, will show participants how to eliminate core negative belief systems and allow them to achieve elevated personal power, improve personal relationships, and manifest optimal job situations.
It is more than a center of consciousness occupying a region of space-time (as suggested by essay #13, "Why Humeans Are Out of Their Minds").
The manuscript is not written in the first person, but Winston is the center of consciousness through which we see the world.
The conscious self is the center of consciousness and agency, says Lund (philosophy, Bemidji State U.
This ultimate center of consciousness cannot be proved but is to be experienced slowly by way of listening, pondering and realizing (sravanam, mananam, nididhyasanam).
The novel's center of consciousness is Aubrey Tearle, a retired proofreader living in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.
Such an attitude is diametrically opposed to the Bible, which starts out from a preceding and given nominal logos, a center of consciousness from which all meaning emanates.

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