Conscious cosmos and personal reality

Relations between consciousness the physical world and personal reality are put forward.

Imagine a cosmos without consciousness. Without consciousness, there are no observation of changes within the universe. Without observations, time passes instantaneously.

Individuals experience instantaneous passage of time (i.e. change) in multiple ways. A dreamless sleep where the changing clock beside their bed reads 11PM in one moment and then 6AM the next. During anesthesia, where consciousness is not present for many hours (e.g. 8-12 hrs for long operations) and the person wakes as though an instant later, except their body has been changed. From the begining, a person can observe that when they became conscious, they didn't wait billions of years for the evolution of the comos, they awoke into the form they inhabit now. These are examples of the instantaneous passage of time.