Hi William, This fits in with the teachings of the current/ancient mystics.
For years I’ve been teaching that “during the evolutionary phase of the soul’s journey, the mind/soul experiences, memorizes and reacts to every possible event that can, and inevitably does, occur - through the mind. In mystic terminology this is called Karma.”
At the deepest levels, these event based experiences are simply based on electromagnetic frequency and wave events that the human body experiences and then the brain uses to “paint a picture” (of colors, straight lines, solid forms, etc ) that makes it easier for humans to understand - and react to. The brain then records each experience that it has somewhere within the space-memory matrix. If this type of experience is already existent in the matrix, then the brain - probably - just adds some sort of “personal index anchor/marker” in the matrix that it can use to go back to in some later event horizon experience.
Thus, the brain seems to have some sort of a “data base index” that allows it to remember which experiences it has previously had. In night time dreams and later event horizons (day time dreams) previously experienced events (eg: key index markers) will automatically point the brain (eg memory) to these previous events - stored somewhere in the space/memory matrix.
After the “external” evolutionary journey has been completed the soul/mind turns inward in it’s search for it’s original source of consciousness. During the inward journey the soul, when sitting in pure (non-cognitive) consciousness, re-experiences these same saved (karmic) experiences (eg: through the key word index) - but this time without a reaction - thereby “letting go,” or clearing the karma (deleting the index pointer to those experiences). Without any attachment to the (karmic) information in the space-memory matrix, the soul begins to rapidly melt into successively deeper levels of soul, and later cosmic, awareness. Inevitably the soul, as a fractal copy of cosmic awareness, returns to full cosmic awareness.
So what is awareness? Initially, before it’s journey through the event horizon of the brain, it’s pure awareness without any fragmentation caused by millions of pointers to different space-memory matrix locations. When all of the index pointers have pointed to every possible combination of " all of the possible ways an event can evolve under the probability distribution of the wave function" awareness starts to look at it’s own awareness (instead of looking at events or memories) and thus every time that it gives up it’s “inclination” to look at individual events and memories it thus “deletes” the corresponding entry in it’s personal link/bond to that memory location. As this happens the “mind” becomes less fragmented and the soul becomes more pure. Eventually all of the desires/inclinations to experience these events disappear, the mind deletes it’s personal pointers to these space/memory locations and, thus, the mind becomes un-fragmented.
So, the real difference between the soul and the mind is simply the degree of fragmentation of pure awareness that’s created by the mind as it experiences new events - which it then records in it’s personal index to those memories in the cosmic space/memory matrix.
Before and after the creation and deletion of these indexed events, awareness is un-fragmented, or pure (non-cognitive) awareness.
At the moment, mystics can experience both states of awareness (fragmented and un-fragmented). But since mystics only seem to represent about 0.01% of the human race and because science has not yet found a way to measure pure awareness, pure awareness never seems to find it’s proper place in Unified Field Theories. That will change. Eventually some really bright scientist will create a mathematical symbol for the “power” that creates the initial vibrations found in space vacuums.
But this mystic already knows, like many ancient mystics also knew, that this new mathematical symbol is also the symbol for pure-consciousness - the hidden power within the vacuum.
I sincerely hope that this helps to bridge the gap between science and mysticism with regards to Unified Field Theories.