I do not speak for those who listen to hear. Should it be of necessity for them, Spirit will intervene. And irrespective of what I say, reality tells me I cannot speak tangibly as to what Consciousness can and cannot do in the minds of men. However, I do understand living is a frontier of variables, and all are attached to self. And regardless of how wise and intelligent any individual is, and how they have learned to harness their energy, I know "You can only get to all day self observation after training in observing self." I too realize to observe self is being done second by second in our observation of every individual we encounter, and situation, circumstances and conditions. Now the people or events we encounter really does not matter, for relativism is the standard bear of our attitudes. And when words touch us, or our visions and feelings are extended, then implode upon our consciousness, we observe ourselves, in all events we see others in, wearing the same attitudes and displaying the same characters as those of like kind as us. From my view, the problem is we see everyone blanketed with the same fears within us, and we mask ourselves with introversion in our depth, but demonstrate extroversion in our actions. We see nothing but a circle of our, and all mankind's rotating thoughts. And so, we dare not rock the boat for fear of drowning, or fear people will see through the many mask we wear of the same fear, loneliness, and lack of knowledge.
Self observation is a way of life, or living observing ourselves who understand somewhere in our depth we are the consciousness of Spirit, yet Spirit is the only source of consciousness.