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The personal divinity of consciousness (self/being) is unobtainable through active participation in consumerism, entertainment and other stimuli pertaining to pleasures derived from egoism. (>) They are symbolic of one’s need to seek pleasure; to fill the disconnection void from the world, where one seeks belonging and contentment.


Personal consciousness (>) is found through solitude; solitude with self, and dismissing any subjective thoughts. Thoughts and idealism programmed into self from birth: parents, schooling, employment and all stimuli normal recognised as reality. Reality is within ourselves, separate to external stimuli where observing ourselves from within, and finding ourselves, separates all external influences.

            Observation of self, in solitude, is the examination of re-birth in a natural state. Self-regulating via consciousness is finding true self and separates ourselves from a subservient lifestyle we have become accustomed to.           


Our organism seeks homeostasis; where we find affinity with self; resting within our own personal nirvana. (>)


Subjective thoughts exist in the mind placing excessive emphasis on one's own moods, attitudes, opinions, which have been derived from external experiences, and in turn, influence our moods, attitudes and opinions – programmed within us psychosomatically. (>) It is only when we can disconnect from these influences (which really are ideas of life from others) that we are able to reach our divine consciousness. (>)

            The important analogies of negative consumerism and positive personal (nirvana-ism) consciousness should ascribe to future social harmony. (>)  The article is intended as a short benign critique to evoke introspection; the fulfilment within self, in contrast to the orthodox maelstrom of materialism. (>)          
          How though, do we establish equilibrium for society when excessive and addictive consumerism is pernicious to personal socio-economic stability? (>) While continuing government ideological economic doctrines are ostentatiously promoted as idealistic rhetoric? (>)          
            ..…Knowledge…. the knowledge and education concerning our biological and psychosomatic self. The how and why we unconsciously espouse the ethos of the present socio-economic conditions. Structured as a self-regulatory method - leading to societarian change. With this self-knowledge society will see the mental benefits of consciousness (being) fulfilment rather than materialistic fulfilment. 

If society spends less, governments are forced to change economic structures, debate the various sociological syllogisms, transcend stoic ideologies, and create a new paradigm focussed on amoral-familism and the divinity of consciousness - leading to social metaphysical egalitarianism. (>)
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