These two consciousnesses are unawakened in the average person, so they have no experience whatsoever of the nature of these consciousnesses, although they may have had inklings and intimations from time to time.
This is not a thinking consciousness, so it's somewhat pointless to discuss what its attitude is in terms of words or the mind. Yet it can be described.
My organic consciousness is alive. That is enough to know; and when I am within it, I know both that I live and that I will die. In this sense, both life and death become less of a question to me, because instead of pondering them, I inhabit them, and I see that it is impossible to have one without the other.
Life, in fact, owns everything, when perceived from organic consciousness.
The contact between the organic consciousness and the intellectual consciousness provides a certain type of energy which can feed the emotive consciousness; this is yet again a third and very different kind of consciousness in the first two.