Yes, consciousness and matter are basically the same thing in different states. They are electromagnetic fields of energy. The field or wave can turn into a particle. This is like ice turning into water.
Max Tegmark of MIT
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— Albert Einstein
Origins of the new paradigm
In his 1924 Ph.D. thesis and groundbreaking contributions to quantum theory, Louis de Broglie postulated the wave nature of electrons and suggested that all matter has wave properties. This concept is known as wave–particle duality, and forms a central part of the theory of quantum mechanics.
De Broglie’s wave–particle duality is extended to all particles and the laws of nature.
By reversing his statement that “all matter has wave properties,” to “all waves have matter properties,” the most basic and most advanced science tells us that “what is the wave?”The next logical question is
What is a wave?
A wave or a photon are an excitation of an electromagnetic field.
If you ask a scientist what an electromagnetic field is, they will say “it is a fundamental entity, it’s not made of anything else, it just is what it is.”
In other words, scientists do not know what it is. Scientists do not know what the unitary substance that forms everything in the universe is!
I will tell you what it is: It is consciousness. The electromagnetic field that forms everything is consciousness. Particles, in the conventional sense, do not really exist. Particles are consciousness.
Individual scientists do know the facts
Max Planck, Nobel Prize Winning father of quantum mechanics.
― Max Planck (Quote from The Observer, 1/25/1931)