Conscience and Consciousness

Apr 12 / Lidija Gruber

Thanks to GGA for organisation of this meeting contributing to UNESCO initiative celebrating International day of Conscience. UNESCO invited all to ensure sustainable development cherishing the culture of peace rooted in love and conscience where education and awareness-raising or consciousness development make crucial role.

Today, we will talk about two fascinating concepts: conscience and consciousness. These terms might sound similar, but they actually refer to different things, yet they are deeply connected in shaping how we think, act, and interact with the world around us.

First, let's talk about consciousness. Imagine it as a spotlight shining on your mind making you aware of yourself, your thoughts, and everything happening around you. When you're conscious, you're awake, attentive  and able to experience the world through your senses. But moreover, it enables you to create and control your reality.  It's like being in the driver's seat of your own life, aware of where you're going and how you're getting there. This is exactly what the Teachings of Grigori Grabovoi is about. The Teachings of Grigori Grabovoi is the system of knowledge which allows one trough structured consciousness and thinking to create and control the reality.

Now, let's move on to conscience. Think of it as your inner moral compass. It's that little voice inside your head that tells you what's right and what's wrong. Your conscience guides your actions and decisions, based on your values, beliefs, and sense of morality. It's what helps you choose kindness over cruelty, honesty over deceit, and fairness over injustice, life over death.

What is really interesting: consciousness influences conscience in powerful ways. When you're more aware and conscious of your thoughts, feelings, and surroundings, you're better able to listen to your conscience. You become more attuned to your values and morals, and more capable of making ethical decisions.

Now, why does all of this matter, especially when we talk about regulating information on a larger scale?

Imagine our society as a complex web of interconnected minds, constantly exchanging information and ideas. In this digital age, information flows faster and farther than ever before, shaping our beliefs, attitudes, and behaviours in complex ways. But with great power comes great responsibility.

That's why to development of consciousness is so important, especially when it comes to regulating information on a macro level. When we're conscious, we're more critical thinkers. We question, we analyse, and we seek the truth. We become better equipped to navigate the sea of information with clarity and wisdom, separating fact from fiction, and making informed decisions that beneficial for ourselves and society as a whole.

As per the Teachings of Grigori Grabovoi as the system of knowledge for consciousness development the conscience as the moral compass is set towards harmonious development for all and rescue for all ensuring eternal life to all. Those are the highest moral principles of humanity. The Teachings of Grigori Grabovoi were registered as an educational program with UNESCO - ICES (International Center for Educational Systems) by Grigori Grabovoi, Chair on Network Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development, on March 28, 2001. Additionally, the course "Technologies of Preventive Forecasting and Safe Development," lectured by Grigori Grabovoi, was approved by the RF Ministry of Education.

In conclusion, consciousness and conscience are like two sides of the same coin, they are intertwined in shaping our thoughts, actions, and perceptions of the world. By developing our consciousness and listening to our conscience, we not only become better individuals but also active participants in shaping a more informed, ethical, and just society.

Thank you.