The whole point behind the super-consciousness was to be used as a metaphor for something that can't be described, the transition state. In the other thread, I had people keep telling me that I was indicating that a person's conscious became free of the person's body after death, which I am not. Therefore, I had to personify/humanize the concept of a person's point of view diminishing into nonexistence and then reemerging in existence without people thinking I was referring to consciousness surviving and separating after death. It's essentially a vehicle that shifts our point of view to the next body.
When I was alluding to the super-consciousness's existing and non-existing, I was also referencing my other thread, which is titled "The Hub - an Agnostic/Atheistic Standpoint on Reincarnation" that explained why nonexistence is impossible and a paradox. The super-consciousness doesn't exist in the context that nonexistence doesn't exist, but it does exist in the context that it describes nonexistence's non-existing (I can't believe I actually wrote that sentence). Again, if you haven't read the other thread's existence and nonexistence contradiction, that entire sentence means nothing.