Human Consciousness and the “Twilight Zone” of Awareness

Since temps immémorial, the question, “How does human consciousness work?” has intrigued philosophers, poets, playwrights, anaesthesiologists, brain scientists, songwriters, and people from all walks of life who are inclined to think about their thinking. William Shakespeare’s writings and Gary Wright’s “Dream Weaver” lyrics from the mid-1970s, quoted above, are famous cultural references that exemplify various ways humans throughout the ages have sought to describe how our states of consciousness vacillate between wakefulness and sleep. ….[READ]