transcendental consciousness

transcendental consciousness (tranˈ·sen·denˑ·tl kônˑ·shs·ns),

n state achieved through the practice of transcendental meditation in which the individual's mind transcends all mental activity to experience the simplest form of awareness. See also meditation, transcendental.
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Only insofar as the being of the world has been 'reduced' to a pure succession of appearances does it then become possible for transcendental consciousness to constitute the objectivity of different regions of being on the basis of the subjective structures held responsible (severally and individually) for the specifically objective status of the region in question.
His topics include the problem of empirical science in Locke and Husserl, transcendental consciousness as the ground of the sciences, the fallibility of occurrent cases of evidence, rationality in non-theoretical contexts, geometry and physical things, and perception and existence.
It allows the mind to settle inward beyond thought to experience the source of thought - pure awareness or Transcendental Consciousness.
Since the intercorporeal subject only emerges through its encounter with otherness, both in itself and in its environment, his version of phenomenology does not rely on a transcendental consciousness.
The second important entity of human life is 'Mind' and is capable of attaining four level of consciousness, namely, Mental, consciousness, Inner Consciousness, Transcendental consciousness and Super consciousness.
Five volumes of scientific studies on the TM technique demonstrate that the twice-daily experience of Transcendental Consciousness stimulates positive growth in all areas of life verifying that the mind/body connection can be used to unfold higher stages of human evolution.
After personal instruction, subjects were instructed to practice the technique twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon or early evening before the evening meal; Step 5 -- the first 2-h group checking meeting to verify the correctness of practice, including further instruction; Step 6 -- the second 2-h group checking meeting on mind and body, consciousness and the physiology, the inward and outward strokes of meditation, the role of thoughts and the mechanics of stress normalization; Step 7 -- the third 2-h group checking meeting on the role of activity in stabilizing the benefits of TM practice, the importance of regularity of practice, comparison of the physiology of waking, dreaming, sleep, transcendental consciousness, and a vision of the goal of a stress-free life.
Heidegger's concerns were similar, at least in one sense, because in Being and Time he develops a concept of Dasein (being-in and being-with the world) that contradicts a Cartesian notion of ontology as a self-sufficient, transcendental consciousness, the res cogitans, replacing it with a concept of being-in-the-world as constant temporal possibility.
The principal procedure of Vedic Psychology is the Transcendental Meditation technique, which is described as an effortless procedure for allowing active awareness gradually to settle down so that a silent, unbounded and unified state of transcendental consciousness can be directly experienced.
According to this tradition, the most fundamental level of the human mind is transcendental consciousness - a unified state in which consciousness is fully awake to itself alone, beyond the boundaries of thought and feeling, and beyond any division of subject and object.
Husserl admits that there is a profound insight in the absurdity of the Humean skepticism, but he maintains that Hume fails to take the further step of developing a concept of transcendental consciousness that is constitutive of sensuous experience.
Berdyaev tries to divine intuitively what happens behind transcendental consciousness, perhaps a superconsciousness, a mostly unnoticed dimension of the complex tapestry of our actual experience.
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