What is Conscience?
Conscience means Professional accomplishments of human.
One definition of conscience states:
"An (inner feeling or voice) viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one's behavior." I tend to agree with that.
Professional accomplishments can be had by one of immoral values and shady practices. A conscience is that voice that tells you that you need to apologize for your actions when you are wrong.
It also can be an inner voice of praise that comes with knowing you did right by someone.
Ultimately it is a (feeling)/thoughts of our actions within the context of what's right/wrong or fair. Do we feel good or guilty about our actions?
In order to develop a "healthy conscience" it usually starts in our early childhood with her parents, teachers, and ministers teaching us "right from wrong" along with learning to have "empathy" for others.
A psychopath is usually seen as being devoid of a conscience. He or feels no guilt or remorse for causing others pain. There is no empathy or compassion component to their reasoning. It's all about their ego.
A win at any cost is a win. "The end justifies the means" is their motto.
My friend saw your question and decided that he'd write this. not my words but his:
Open to the idea that the entire cosmos is made up of vibration, and every possible frequency is represented. We are consciousness, and we can move between all these different frequencies. Our perception of the world is a synthesis of the interpretation of vibration that our senses provide us with. This means that you are not seeing what you think you are seeing right now. What you actually see is an interpretation of the vibration of that which you focus on.
The result of this process of interpretation – that which is labeled 'the world' – is a highly individual and unique experience. It is therefore quite strange to believe the existence of a single static world. The world could just as well be endless possibilities of different combinations of vibration, being experienced in a unique way by each focal point of consciousness.
If you can accept the notion that you are consciousness, you can contemplate whether the consciousness that is perceiving is separated from what is being perceived. Since perception only ever takes place in the realm of consciousness, it will forever be impossible to know if there is anything outside of you.
There might not be a world.
But you are.
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