Given the apparent truth of conflict as a relation between divergent perceptions of entity characteristics, it seems plausible at this point to define more accurately the concepts of consciousness and awareness.
- Awareness is the perception of bodies and fields. "I am X; she is Y": these are forms of awareness. Whenever we recognize an object or group of objects as seperate and distinct, we are experiencing awareness.
- Consciousness is the perception of relationships between bodies and fields. "X is doing B to Y.": this is a form of consciousness, because one is simultaneously aware of 'X' and 'Y', yet also consciously processing the 'B' relationship between them. One can only process the relationships between bodies and fields by means of the IM elements: Y is always a behavior that can be intuitively reconciled with one of the eight information aspects, an aspect of X's current relationship to Y. The nature of the relation corresponds to the IM element used to express it.
This seems to me indicative of a great many details of interest.
EDIT: "Y is always a behavior" changed to "B is always a behavior."