Our consciousness can be defined as the place where all the representatives of our different organisms, physical, psychic and spiritual have agreed to meet. Exactly in the same way as happens at the UN, the United Nations: in Geneva for example, the representatives of the world powers, friends or foes, meet to talk. From time to time this town becomes at least for a short while, the consciousness of the world: there are discussions, clarifications and decisions…
In the same way, the human consciousness is a neutral zone, a free zone where, as long as circumstances permit, elements and forces of all types come to express themselves. We can also compare it to a picture or a screen on which events are displayed that take place in the different regions of this very special world that is the human being; according to its degree of evolution, obviously the nature and number of these displays are different.
Synopsis no 3, VI, 1, p. 192
Because consciousness manifests at the level of the brain, we imagine that it is in the head, through our thoughts that we can change something in order to change our state of consciousness. No, that is a mistake. Consciousness is the result of the functioning of all the cells in the body; it is therefore on all the cells of the body that we must act in order to change consciousness and not on the screen, the brain, which has nothing to do with it.
Synopsis no 3, VI, 1, p. 195