This sounds like a contradiction, but it is in fact a question. The answer is yes – you can have 5 or 7 different levels of awareness.
The three levels have been described in various ways in the past, but the most common is four.
When you have seven or more distinct states of awareness, you have a “7-ness” and you are in a state of “7-ness”. This is what you normally call different levels of awareness. A 7-ness is the peak of a person’s awareness and is what you usually call a “high” state of awareness. This is what you usually call a “medium” state of awareness and is what we call a “low” state of awareness.
The low state of awareness level is the lowest level of awareness that most people reach. They are not as aware. They are not as smart. They are not as intuitive. They don’t have a clue. Low state of awareness is when you’re not aware of any of your senses, like when you’re on the couch and you don’t notice that your arm is touching the arm of your partner.
Low state of awareness is your most comfortable state of being and is the one that you reach when youre on autopilot. This is the state that you’re aware of and youre aware of it fully. The low state of awareness is the state that we call “feeling.” This state is when you are aware of your senses but not of your feelings. When you feel, you are fully aware of yourself.
While the low state of awareness is your most comfortable state of being, you can reach it at any time. For example, when youre going through a fight, you feel your opponent’s pain. When you’re sitting in traffic, you feel the road. You can even reach the low state of awareness if you are in a public place and your awareness is interrupted by something that keeps you there (like a phone call or a car approaching you).
If you feel something, it’s a conscious experience that you are aware of. It doesn’t mean that you are fully conscious. It’s just that you are fully aware of what you are feeling at that moment. This isn’t a mental state we can call “awareness.” It’s just a conscious state.
We don’t call these states of full awareness, “conscious states.” We call them states of “being aware of something.” The same goes for “being aware of something you are feeling.” There is no reason to think that “being aware” is a more accurate or accurate term than “being conscious.
This is because awareness and being conscious are two very different things. Being aware is something you are aware of, like being aware of a dream that you are having. Being conscious is something you understand that you are experiencing on a physical level, like being conscious of feeling a pain or having a headache.
Being conscious doesn’t necessarily mean that you are conscious of something. You could be aware that you have a headache, but you might not even know you are conscious of it. This is why “aware” might be a better term. Consciousness means that you are aware of something on a physical level. Being aware of something on a physical level doesn’t mean that you are conscious of it. It could be that you are just being aware of it.