Consciousness, seems to inaccurately represent what is, for no use of a better term(I jest, 'spirit'), something more. Consciousness is the quiddity(~whatness) of the subject. However, I argue that consciousness is a process of, this something, and it has been factorised falsely - where no concise term had been applied. To be conscious is to be alert of universe physics, though it is often considered to be awareness. If we regain consciousness after an unconscious spell we do not instantly become aware of the environment(it's often blurry and clouded in mind.) To be aware of universe physics is is a jump forward, a set function is necessary; for example; to focus, to look, to sniff, etc. I cannot be aware passively but can be subliminally aware(a fraction of total awareness) of local physics, such as seeing out of the corner of my eye. Alertness is a reception; it occurs passively, and it ties in pretty well with consciousness. Therefore, consciousness is not what is inner drive(-driver), but that's something more. The phenomenon of consciousness is something related to this something but in theory it is a element of the accurate association. I conclude by asking for constructive debate or discussions on this matter(possibly including the word 'spirit' in a non-theological sense).