Egoic separation

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The term Egoic Separation refers to the subjective sense of identity that comes when a monad within the Fabric of Consciousness intensifies to the point of self awareness, and then differentiates as a result of experience. The more individuated a monad feels, the less a subjective "identity of oneness" is experienced, and the more separated and individuated that monad is.

It is possible to operationalize this sense of separation. If you think of a scale between one and ten where one equals total identification with god (e.g. I am God) and ten equals total egoic independence (e.g. I am Michael Sharp) then you have a construct that can measure this important psychological variable.

Egoic Separation

See Also

Consciousness | Facets of Consciousness

Nature of Consciousness
Aspects of Consciousness
Levels of Consciousness
Types of Consciousness

Further Reading

Sharp, Michael. (BOLVII). The Book of Light: The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You (Vol. Two - Water). St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press.

Cite as:
Sharp, Michael, "Egoic separation," SpiritWiki, separation, [Accessed: April 30, 2017]