Defining the undefinable: Immerse yourself in Twenty-Seven words that define CONSCIOUSNESS > Be an asset to the collective by adding your own unique perspective

In 2011 The Munro Institute asked twenty-seven people to use only one word to define consciousness. A decade on, we ask the same question. What will you say?

If you would like to participate, please watch the six-minute video below with the 27 words chosen by participants of the past. Add your own conscious word or feel welcome to contribute your thoughts and feelings in the comments below. We appreciate you!

“The greatest illusion is that mankind has limitations.”

Robert A Monroe TMI Founder
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