This paper aims to explore the phenomena of dreaming, waking, sleeping and the witness-consciousness that is exists in and through all three states. It draws from current and past literature about consciousness, helping to build a framework for both psychological and spiritual development. It correlates the pause between the inhale and exhale to the self-evident junction between dreaming, sleep and waking states.
"Relative and Absolute: States of Consciousness and Turiya,"
Journal of Conscious Evolution: Vol. 18, Article 5.
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