Consciousness as such is - I think - said to be made of vague parts; it has parts that are vague, e.g. the sensation of seeing red. I think this means that borderline cases of my consciousness exist necessarily, and so forever. Does that mean the bardo, by which I mean - perhaps ignorantly - transition, bardo, from life and consciousness to death and non-consciousness, is forever?
Here's why I make that inference:
I read that composites with vague parts have a vague identity (so my Consciousness as Such - CaS - has a vague identity)
Evans shows that vague identity is not in the world.
If everything were something with a vague identity then wouldn't vague identity be in the world, in which (with 1 and 2) not everything is CaS.
I intuit we can infer (from 3) that borderline states of consciousness are never absent from everything
Has anyone suggested we have direct or mystic or similar access to borderline states of consciousness and/or the bardo existing necessarily?