The word “avikas” translates to “soul” in the local language of India. This name has become synonymous with the spiritual concept of self-awareness, soul.
I think that’s the most interesting part about avikas, because it’s not about self-awareness, it’s about self-awareness through the presence of one’s own consciousness. The word appears in the early Vedic literature to describe the mind of a sage. The Sastras, which are the most reliable source for the Vedic texts, speak of a self-aware person as having one’s own consciousness.
Avikas are people who have their own consciousness. They are people who have their own body, and they can experience their own body as their own consciousness. The same is true of a soul. You have a soul, and you feel it as your own consciousness. Soul is a concept of self-awareness, not self-awareness of self-awareness.
Avikas can have multiple personalities or multiple selves. The person who is Avikas is conscious of his own body. The person who is Avikas is conscious of his own soul. There is no difference between the two. They are not separate.
A soul is not separate from its body, a consciousness is not separate from its consciousness, neither a body is separate from its consciousness, and a self is not separate from its self.
In Soul, Avikas has a self that is his own person. He has a conscious soul and a subconscious soul that are not separate from his conscious self. Avikas and his consciousness are separate.
This may be why Avikas is so easily distracted by the visions he can see in his subconscious, which seems to be a constant source of trouble for him. Because he’s so focused on his visions, he’s pretty much oblivious to everything else. The only time he seems to be aware of this is when he’s trying to kill a Visionary, and he’s still only partially aware of what he’s doing.
Avikas is a man who has lived a lot of his life thinking that he’s actually a mind-meld. He thought he was a split-personality who lives in two different bodies, and then he realized that he’s just a man. I can’t really say that I like this idea. He is not a split-personality, and he is a man.
Avikas is a man that is the mind-meld to a man. Thats a pretty neat idea, but we have to wait and see how it turns out.
Avikas is a man who is a man and knows about the mind-meld to a man so he can kill the Visionary. Yeah, I know. Weird.