Our consciousness is what limits us from doing extraordinary things

As I watched my son grow, I observed he went from…

Unconscious: Doesn’t have a clue of what is impossible or possible. Just does it!…and oh, did he do strange, great things!

Semi-conscious: Now aware of “some limitations” of self e.g throat (would now choke on what he would normally swallow), limbs (despite being able to walk, he’s super-scared of falling), tongue (will prefer to stay ill if he could, than take the bitter syrup…when he was younger, he was’t even aware of bitter or sweet). I could go on and on…
In reality, I observe that most people stay in this state most of their lives

Fully-Conscious: He’s not here yet, but here’s how I’d explain this from my personal experience. Ever had a dream, and you’re like fully aware that you’re in a dream and then you manipulate everything to suit your twisted/straight fantasy? Now, project that into the real world.
As awesome as this sounds, it’s the worst of the 3 because even though you may seem to be able to do a lot through controlled inhibition of mind, you usually start from the premise of “impossibility”..then WORK what’s possible out.

I’m guessing when Eve ate the forbidden fruit, the worst thing that happened was human gaining independent “near homogeneous” consciousness.

All of a sudden, “EVERYTHING SEEMED IMPOSSIBLE..AND EVEN IF IT WASN’T, IT CERTAINLY HAD TO REQUIRE WORK”

Thanks for reading. Let me know what you think about this in the comments.

P.S: I’m not a professional at these sort of things.