Sorry mikey, but you use too many words each of which are philosophically or scientifically problematic to give a straight "yes" or "no". For example the answer to...
Could our processing of the information we receive, detect, sense, bring about our conscious state of mind
...depends for example on what view of consciousness
you hold (which can range from anything from an epiphenomenon of brain chemistry
to an aspect of a holistic entity
). Similarly the nature of "reception" and "detection" depend on whether you consider them to be active or passive, or even "where" they might take place (consider the concept of "non-locality" in physics for example).
In short "information" has become a buzz word ...a commodity....in recent technological times, but its ontological, epistemological or functional status is far from clear. (Apologies for the jargon words).