Clear Consciousness = Clear Mind = Clear Conscience

When we feel uncomfortable, or that something isn’t right, that is conscience at work. There is a conflict between consciousness and the mind.

Conscience is the messenger between consciousness and the mind, and the quality of both consciousness and the mind will dictate what conscience comes up with.

Just saying, “I have a conscience”, only means we have a conscience at our level of understanding: there isn’t one conscience about which we will all agree.

What we thought was right or wrong a few years ago may not be the same today. It all depends on our level of experiential understanding of ultimate truth and convenient truth.

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