We know absolutely who we are, but the content of human existence demands questions and answers. The very minute we question, define, or interpret life by means of our human traits we instantly deny accepting what is fact. The fact that life radiates through our human form gives us the answer to who we are in life. We are a form that has been blessed with life. It is our choice what we will do with the content of this human form. There is no God, and there is no deity responsible for life or the content of our human existence. We are responsible for both. The responsibility has been placed before us because of our level of consciousness.
It is important to reflect on, and if possible understand that life is not truly consciousness as we have defined it. This is just the best man-made description of what we don’t actually understand. Life is that which Moses determined after long meditation on a mountaintop.
What occurred on the mountaintop; either through meditation or a conversation with a “God”, was a blossoming of awareness. The reply to what Moses supposedly asked a God verifies everything. “I Am that I Am”. I would like to quote a sentence from the Wikipedia:
“The importance placed on the phrase, as it is, stems from the Hebrew conception of monotheism that God exists by himself for himself, and is the uncreated Creator who is independent of any concept, force, or entity; therefore “I am who I am” (ongoing).”
This statement was naturally derived through human form interpretation; still it comes very close to the truth of life and who we are. This statement takes on clarity when we are willing to unmask the illusion of who we are. Our forms true essence is life, thus by use of our own definition of life (oneness) we are God.
The first video clip from Alan Watts is an excerpt from the second video; both are filled with insights.