Per Spinoza, everything ultimately derives from God and as humans are conscious beings through the attribute of thought, would it then follow that God is a conscious being through the attribute of absolute thought?
Update: Adding more details to clarify about the term "consciousness"
When I talk about consciousness, I mean self-awareness. If I were to jump into an isolation tank, I may not be aware of anything outside but I would still be self-aware and still be conscious.
I think that this definition is important because it opens up interesting questions. If God is self-aware, would it then follow that it is possible to communicate with God? When we speak, our words as they can be understood by other individuals, should then be understandable by God. Would it then follow that when we pray either aloud or in silence through thought alone, Spinoza's God can hear the prayer and understand the meaning of the prayer?