How so? Because perception is polymorphous? Well frankly, no, and more pointedly, you deny so yourself a little further on in the course of your adumbrations
Your realist pre-assumptions are slightly mistaken. Perhaps I'll reinterate the following: when our experiences, instincts, traits and tasks interact with another individual conscious perception, then sychronization inevitably takes place...the concious system is never completely
in sync with one another. It is shared and common amongst all, thus making it seem universal, but it is never identical, because there is perceptual difference.
provides a universal reference point
no. It provides a similar
reference point. A reference point is relative. It can't possibly be universal, because perception differs. Meaning of life and perceptual reality have no absolute reference point. Attempt to deconstruct your reality of life. This instantaneously requires perceptual thought provoked opinions. For example- to deconstruct a books meaning between each person will produce different assessments. Implying that there is no absolute true reading of a text and no text apart from its reading.
Yet if this is the case, consciousness is not the solution but the problem to the enigma of life, precisely because of the way that it escapes any kind of stable definition.
Who's problem? Depending an individuals definition of what a problem entitles. Yet it seems that this concept provokes problems for yourself because you require a "stable" [ perhaps in other words "universal"] definition or answer. Where is the reason for the intentionally requiring an absolute universal explination. Perhaps a common symptom of plain feeble curiousity.
The fundamental problem of perception is how we come to apprehend the objects and events in reality. Perception is selective. Meaning and value of human perceptual behaviours of reality have no absolute reference to truth. It is relative. Human social diversity concedes different perceptual systems. Context of an individual or shapes their reality of life. The perception of life is partially socially constructed. The concept of universal determinism is an empty abstraction. If truth must account for all the facts, and if accounting for all the facts results in inconsistency; only the most empty abstractions can be true. If we knew all the facts, one individual's "truth" would be inconsistent with another's. All perception is relative. If there was only one universal perception then there would certainly be only one rational course of reality open to us. Which is clearly not apparent. One's individual cognitive bias prevents us from observing something objectively with our own senses. A notational bias will apply to whatever we can allegedly measure without implementing our senses.
the free will of each person - is what makes life so rich and abounding in potentialities.
No this is not what I meant at all. In fact where have you preconceived that 'free will' should take part in this concept.