Living unconscious


If I ask, “Can something happen without doing anything,” how would you answer?
I can hear you probably say, “not possible.”
Well, if I insist that this is possible…
…which I will; because there are endless examples in the universe that something happens without doing anything.
As soon as we establish a relationship without communication, we cannot realize that we are looking at life from the middle; we cannot be free from our addictions and our minds.

Do we know the steps we take while walking,
the food we swallow while we eat,
the state we are in when we breathe,
and the results of our decisions?
We don’t know.
The reason is our conditioned mind structure.

Diadromous fish, which are classified in the migrant category and have the feature of living in fresh and saltwater at the same time, enter thousands of meters from the sea to lay their eggs in the place where they were born via rivers and streams.
For example, the Diadromous fish species, The Anodrome migrant Red Salmon, one of the furthest traveling species, swims more than 900 miles (about 1,450 km) inland from the Pacific Ocean. It climbs more than 6,500 feet (about 1980 m) into the Sawtooth Valley, Idaho, USA, where it lays its eggs and dies from undergoing physiological changes in freshwater.
Of course, the subject is not a story of migration and change to be told so simply.
The Red Salmon significantly impact the riparian ecosystem as they make their way through fresh water to spawn. In addition to being eaten by many living things, it creates a vital resource for nature due to the scattering of its parts.
US Department of Agriculture Scientist David V. D’Amore says Red Salmon are essential in transferring energy to the soil and aquatic environment during their spawning journey. In addition, he explains, the nutrients provided by salmon support plant growth with microbial fertilizers, while these organisms provide food cycling to salmon and other species that feed on food in the stream ecosystem.
He also states the communication and relationship cycle of nature: “Brown Bears have a biological effect on the mushrooms at the base of the surrounding trees, from the roots of the trees to the roots of the trees, from the roots of the trees to the soil and the trees with the water channels in their trunks, with the salmon pieces they carry into the forest from the flowing water route.”

The University of Zurich Ph.D. Student Gabriel Jorgewich-Cohen recently published an article on how sea creatures talk. His article explains that sea creatures communicate when they want to mate or hatch. He also states that this communication and relationship came from a single ancestor in the Devonian period 400 million years ago.

Our relationship with the environment is explained in the study “Who decides 6 seconds before we make a decision” by the Graduate University of Okinawa Science and Technology Institute (OIST).
Kenji Doya, one of the professors at OIST, states that the three regions (Ventral, Dorsomedial, and Dorsolateral) in the striatum, the inner core of the brain that governs the movement mechanism, act in coordination according to signals.

Researchers led by Boston University Professor of Neurology and Harvard Medical School Lecturer Andrew Budson suggest that “consciousness is at its core a memory system.” “We propose that consciousness evolved as a memory system used by our unconscious brain to flexibly and creatively imagine the future and plan accordingly,” says Budson.
“This theory says that we do not perceive the world, make decisions or take direct action. On the contrary, we do all this unconsciously, and then (after about half a second) we remember that we did it thanks to our consciousness,” he concludes.

Communication and relationship are universal skills.
Etymologically, Communication: 12th century AD -Alone- “state of solitude, alone”; Relationship: 13th century AD -All one- is explained as “we are together, everything.”

We drew what we saw and made sense of on tree bark, leather, and walls, took notes, opened schools, and wrote books. We tried to move forward in light of all this information and made decisions based on this information. However, we do not understand communication as observers or know how to read with the universal alphabet while relating to the observed.
The reason why we are like this can be summarized under three headings.
First, our primate mentality underpins our decisions.
…for example, we went up from the treetop to the skyscrapers.
Secondly, because we create a duality perspective due to the “fight or flight” response transmitted from the species, we make a me-you distinction in everything.
…for example, states, borders, flags and security forces.
Third, our personality, which we are made to believe, affects our communication and relationship-building process,
…example, traditions, cultures and our faith in allegiance.

A person sets out to communicate and claims to have established a relationship but thinks “I did everything” because he cannot be free from his mind, which is filled with thoughts (thought is a past and traumatic reaction). However, if we look at the relationship of nature, our relationship with nature, as in the examples above, we will see how traumatic our mind is.
If we want to hear when there is a knock on our door from the inside, we must understand that we are in communication and relationship with every living being in the universe, especially ourselves.