Enthralling the first time, but because of the uniqueness of the experience. But the actual show itself, I think would be boring. Mine mostly is and I think out of the box more than most people I meet. The bulk is still the mutterings of some minor character in a TV soap opera. We do harm people all the time despite consciences. Also our experience of our 'being in the moment' is tainted by the fact that we are under conscience's thumb all the time. I need to see a real double blind study where other factors are removed, if you get my drift. Worth exploring. I mean people walk around with this assumption that they must be split, psychically, one part judging and controlling the other. Why? because it must be so that we cannot be ethical beings without this. Seems like some skepticism about this assumption is sorely lacking. And capable of worse crimes than other mammals. Insects manage to hit our scale of violence and cruelty, but nobody else does. And how do we do this: ideas. Jews are subhuman. Muslims hate our freedom. They we throw images at these 'minds with consciences' and the killing begins. All we need to do to fully disrupt this 'conscience' is play its game or have it played by others. And they do this well. Nevertheless we leave this mechanism in place. Like an invitation for fascism and genocide. Actually I am positive. Which I why I am pushing at something that is negative in the extreme: this idea that I need an inner cop, judge and jury. Guess what happens to children if you raise them this way. I can't speak for others but I know this is not true for me. The more I have dissolved conscience the more empathetic and kind I am. I am also much more likely to protect myself from cruelty better. I have very little conscience left. See what we do with a conscience is we send an ongoing message that the self is not to be trusted. Guess what : this does not lead to happy campers. Instead of noticing how other people feel and how this is important to us, we follow rules and fear our own inner punishment. But I can't be sure other people are like me. I know some are, and most of those who are my friends are busy eliminating 'conscience' also. Some are empathetic enough to not really have ever needed it. It faded away like the Marxist state a long time ago. Only it did unlike the Marxist state. If only we could all be so lucky. An internalized deity, however secular we think we are, leaves little room for looking down on theists. Notice how your responses presume Original Sin.