“The mind is a question, the heart is the answer, the body is the physical reality and human consciousness is an experience."
"Only a few would dare transform the thoughts of
energies into matters of reality."
“A few things may not be possible, but many things are
possible. Never close the door of possibility.”
The Centre for Conscious Awareness (CCA) is a UK registered charitable organisation that is dedicated to studying and researching the structure and nature of human consciousness, its potential, and its extent, including its relationship with the external world. This is achieved not only through rational philosophical enquiry, but also by observing and interviewing individuals attaining transformation or raising self-awareness through personal inquiry and experiences, whether it is self-scrutiny or self-silent-pondering and reviewing through various disciplines of philosophy including epistemology, phenomenology and ontology.
The aim of CCA is that individuals can achieve a balanced approach towards understanding the external world and experiencing their inner intuitive consciousness to gain wellbeing and continued peaceful progress. This in turn will naturally contribute to the development of humanity and of collective consciousness, helping humanity to become more consciously aware of our universe, the relations, the meaning of life and the purpose of the questioning mind and its root.
The benefits to the individuals are:
Greater empathy towards others, which brings more confidence and effectiveness in communication.
Complements to their health.
Development of their inner sense and intuiting faculty which could help individuals to make better decisions.
Ability to see things from a different perspective and then choose what is significant to their individual growth and expansion.
Improved ability to apply both rational and emotional consciousness, to build their greater creative imagination, to help find new inspired answers and solutions.
Doing empirical and phenomenological research on meditation practices.
Encouraging sports activities for stress reduction.