subconscious vs unconscious

subconscious unconscious

Definitions

  • 1) that part of the mind that is not consciously perceived; one's innermost thoughts
  • 2) The part of the mind below the level of conscious perception. Often used with the.
  • 3) psychic activity just below the level of awareness
  • 4) below the level of consciousness.
  • 5) partially conscious.
  • 6) Not wholly conscious; partially or imperfectly conscious.
  • 7) Occurring without the possibility or the fact of an attendant consciousness; -- said of states of the soul.
  • 8) Partially conscious; feebly conscious.
  • 9) just below the level of consciousness

Definitions

  • 1) psychology The unconscious mind
  • 2) The division of the mind in psychoanalytic theory containing elements of psychic makeup, such as memories or repressed desires, that are not subject to conscious perception or control but that often affect conscious thoughts and behavior.
  • 3) (Psychoanalysis) Usually the unconscious; that part of the mind in which mental processes occur that are not accesible to the awareness, but may significantly influence behavior.
  • 4) that part of the mind wherein psychic activity takes place of which the person is unaware
  • 5) Not awake.
  • 6) sports engaged in skilled performance without conscious control.
  • 7) Without directed thought or awareness.
  • 8) Lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception; not conscious.
  • 9) Occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought.
  • 10) Temporarily lacking consciousness.
  • 11) Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended.
  • 12) Not conscious; having no consciousness or power of mental perception; without cerebral appreciation; hence, not knowing or regarding; ignorant.
  • 13) Not known or apprehended by consciousness; resulting from neural activity of which a person is not aware.
  • 14) Unintentional.
  • 15) Having no knowledge by experience; -- followed by of.
  • 16) not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead
  • 17) (followed by `of') not knowing or perceiving
  • 18) without conscious volition
  • 19) Notconscious.

Examples

  • 1) He is particularly interested in the manipulation of the collective and the subconscious.
  • 2) Your subconscious mind is there for you to use in any way you like.
  • 3) There has to be something deep in the subconscious that made me do so.
  • 4) The conscious and subconscious part of your mind is very important in this business.
  • 5) The subconscious mind is always working for you.
  • 6) Or does porky love come from deep in the subconscious?
  • 7) Say it out loud to allow your subconscious mind to accept it.
  • 8) Our subconscious mind wants the best for us.
  • 9) What we can do is look into our subconscious mind and see what affects us and how strongly.
  • 10) Any approach that intends to resolve fear will have to help bring about change in the subconscious mind.
  • 11) The mind is made up of two parts: the subconscious and the conscious.
  • 12) Our subconscious fear of spiders is in a balloon, which floats gently away.
  • 13) Some minor, wayward part of my subconscious would appear to be suggesting a last hurrah.
  • 14) Or perhaps it's just a subconscious fear that mine might be bigger than theirs.
  • 15) But the memory of it all was locked deep in my subconscious, still waiting to be unleashed.
  • 16) I like to write in a very subconscious way.
  • 17) Maybe those who dream often of swimming are actually expressing their subconscious desire for independence and freedom in an uncluttered world governed by natural law.
  • 18) Meanwhile, a thought trawled deep from my subconscious reminds me to allow sufficient time to make my way back to the ferry.
  • 19) A subconscious desire on the part of men to punish women for wearing boiler suits and getting out of the house during the war?
  • 20) Those years are firmly logged, not only in my own memory and subconscious, but in those of my family and friends.
  • 21) Yet somewhere buried deep in my subconscious, a primal bias says I should be the provider.
  • 22) I feel the first half is introspective, more melancholic, and there is a subconscious awareness of what was to come.
  • 23) Thanks to consistent and high-profile advertising, it has worked its way into our subconscious as seamlessly as the bacteria itself has worked itself into our daily diet.
  • 24) The term subconscious is used in many different contexts and has no single or precise definition.
  • 25) The term subconscious, as it occurs in the literature of psychology, is a word of various meanings.
  • 26) The term subconscious is defined as existing or operating in the mind beneath or beyond conscious awareness.
  • 27) In any case, this tale tells us about an alien species that through its link to our subconscious is able to determine our every desire and fulfill it instantly.
  • 28) Some of the functions are preprogrammed and controlled by what we refer to as the subconscious mind.
  • 29) Psychiatry was invented by a man named Freud and was based on his theory that people had no way of knowing why they were unhappy or behaved peculiarly, because the origins of the problem were hidden from them, lurking in what he called the subconscious, and only a trained, expensive specialist could uncover and uproot them over the course of a long, expensive treatment.
  • 30) I suppose none of us doubts that there is such a thing as the power of suggestion and that it can produce very great results indeed, and that it is _par excellence_ a hidden power; it works behind the scenes, it works through what we know as the subconscious mind, and consequently its activity is not immediately recognisable, or the source from which it comes.
  • 31) Garden of the Mind which has levels from the conscious mind, or pea, to relaxed awareness and creativity, the carrot, to the onion, which she called the subconscious, where we find memory and what's repressed.
  • 32) I guess my subconscious is trying to tell me something, LOL!
  • 33) What I do not need, o subconscious, is a set of constant and vivid reminders of these things popping up in nightmare form.
  • 34) ‘I began to realise how much it was influencing me on a subconscious level.’
  • 35) ‘It's part of their program, which has influenced them on a subconscious level.’
  • 36) ‘The person that was Lee Crane had ceased to exist on all but the deepest subconscious level.’
  • 37) ‘Anyone think there's a deeper, subconscious fear buried in there somewhere?’
  • 38) ‘It says nothing, and in our submission, can say nothing about subconscious influence.’
  • 39) ‘I was going to ask if you were aware of a subconscious desire to send those vibes.’
  • 40) ‘This client seems to have a pattern of sabotaging the partnership and admits to subconscious fear of having his or her heart broken.’
  • 41) ‘Recurrent dreams are normally significant as they are usually a message your subconscious mind is desperately trying to get to you.’
  • 42) ‘It is the media-programmed subconscious mind that poisons people into apathetic paralysis.’
  • 43) ‘There was a niggling in the back of her mind, perhaps her subconscious prodding at her, trying to get her attention.’
  • 44) ‘The subconscious mind retains its values, and thus one cannot be made to do something that you simply would not do.’
  • 45) ‘The tasks deep in the subconscious murk elude observation.’
  • 46) ‘Whether this collision was really an accident or due to a subconscious death wish is open to question.’
  • 47) ‘I am reading a powerful book at present on how the conscious and subconscious mind works and it is really awesome stuff.’
  • 48) ‘Even conventional psychology talks about the fact we have a conscious mind and a subconscious mind.’
  • 49) ‘Perhaps the fact that the stories barely registered in my mind is a subconscious indication of my thoughts on the book.’
  • 50) ‘To understand the history of ideas, we need to look not at syllogisms but at who wields power or at the subconscious mind.’
  • 51) ‘However, most of what I do magically tends to involve internal subconscious manipulation, sleight of mind.’
  • 52) ‘When we are children, we run freely, because we have no great subconscious burdens to carry.’
  • 53) ‘Even in a sensory deprivation chamber, we'll turn in on ourselves for input, taking it from our own subconscious stores of data.’
  • 54) ‘School days always remain a nostalgia that refuses to leave one's subconscious like an aged ink stain on the shirt.’
  • 55) ‘It's not often however that the effect of music on one's subconscious gets discussed.’
  • 56) ‘I believe nightmares are a gift of our subconscious to our conscious minds.’
  • 57) ‘The most common problems are very simple, and largely psychological if you like, in the subconscious.’
  • 58) ‘My psychology theme is on the role of the subconscious in the development of psychosis.’
  • 59) ‘He'd learnt in psychology that parental behaviour had a strong impact on the subconscious.’
  • 60) ‘I consider magic to be an expression of the unconscious, perhaps sometimes the subconscious.’
  • 61) ‘Hypnosis is used to get past the conscious clutter and communicate directly with the subconscious.’
  • 62) ‘There's a definite sense that the landscape dominates the subconscious of the artists here.’
  • 63) ‘Simply enjoy the inscrutable logic of the subconscious, or delight in the discovery of what the vision is trying to tell you.’
  • 64) ‘You are now in and have direct contact with the subconscious, specifically the area where your memories are filed.’
  • 65) ‘Any magical suggestions on how to banish this alter ego from my subconscious would be more than appreciated!’
  • 66) ‘You don't need to be Freud to guess what's preoccupying their subconscious.’
  • 67) ‘He slept a dreamless sleep until voices began to intrude on his subconscious.’
  • 68) ‘All the facts are in there in your brain and then your subconscious is actually working on it whilst you are doing something else.’
  • 69) ‘He feels it triggers the access to his subconscious - the world of dreams that provides most of his material.’
  • 70) ‘Dreams are doorways to the subconscious, pathways to the spirit realm and keys to the future.’
  • 71) ‘The things that really matter take place in the subconscious.’
  • 72) ‘It works its way around my subconscious like the red-bellied black snake my cat dragged up onto the deck last night.’
  • 73) ‘Titania is a creature of the subconscious, the world of fantasy.’

Examples

  • 1) Other explanations could include conscious or unconscious discrimination or more subtle employment processes that led to cultural matching in the workplace.
  • 2) We will go on learning about ourselves and about our conscious and unconscious minds.
  • 3) This is a language of the collective unconscious.
  • 4) The unconscious mind is your larger mind.
  • 5) The dramatic chase leaves one person unconscious.
  • 6) We all have implicit or unconscious biases that impact our behavior.
  • 7) He was unconscious by the time he was hauled back.
  • 8) The resulting pamphlet is quite unconscious of its own courage.
  • 9) Recent work has confirmed this unconscious awareness.
  • 10) Police who spotted their torch found one unconscious.
  • 11) School leaders also have a responsibility to tackle unconscious bias where it creeps in.
  • 12) He was unconscious by the time he reached the surface and was declared dead by paramedics.
  • 13) They chatted for ten minutes before he is next seen picking up her limp and apparently unconscious body.
  • 14) Your unconscious mind will come up with new ways of looking at things and answers to your problems.
  • 15) If we set our intention, often our unconscious mind will follow.
  • 16) You shouldn't mess with the collective unconscious of the nation like that.
  • 17) It is often unconscious but no less damaging for that,' he said.
  • 18) One of the crew said: 'She was missing overnight and was unconscious for quite a while.
  • 19) Half paralysed and often unconscious, she was returned to Mombasa and put on a ship for home.
  • 20) Politicians and commentators have an unconscious need to persuade themselves - and a conscious need to persuade their audience - that this crash was avoidable.
  • 21) Neurasthenia, stammering, aversions, kleptomania, certain cases of paralysis, are nothing but the result of unconscious autosuggestion, that is to say the result of the action of the _unconscious_ upon the physical and moral being.
  • 22) I believe that denial and the choice to remain unconscious is evil.
  • 23) Kudos, Gary - you have a very honest unconscious (then again, our unconscious is always honest, ain't it ....)
  • 24) And of course the unconscious is at work when that happens, and you have to allow it to open up, to be found.
  • 25) The other parts of the brain, including the right hemisphere, support emotional responses and what we refer to as the unconscious mind.
  • 26) The lectures say that a child can take in everything, hold it but not absorb it in what they call the unconscious.
  • 27) It helps what I call unconscious eating, that is, eating more calories than we're aware of.
  • 28) ‘There was no way that he and Poe could face what came next while trying to manage and unconscious body as well.’
  • 29) ‘A few minutes later she sat beside his unconscious body on the couch, just looking at him.’
  • 30) ‘They carried two poles which they began lashing onto the reed mat beneath David's unconscious body.’
  • 31) ‘At one end of it was a pile of unconscious bodies piled atop each other, and right in front of them, swords held out to the sides, was Valshar.’
  • 32) ‘I got the courage to run out and kneel beside Becca's unconscious body.’
  • 33) ‘Before Marie could answer, the doors opened, and Rob's unconscious body was shoved into the room.’
  • 34) ‘He took the unconscious woman's body and set her down in a chair in one of the bedrooms.’
  • 35) ‘Carl gently laid the unconscious body on one side of the door so that it would be hidden from anyone outside the room.’
  • 36) ‘He slumped, the gun falling to the pavement and his body following in an unconscious heap.’
  • 37) ‘What you get are the snapping dogs, and bodies unconscious after a police examination or laid out for an autopsy.’
  • 38) ‘A sustained attack with kicks to the head and upper body as he lay unconscious was said to have lasted more than two minutes.’
  • 39) ‘It was his evidence that this causes pain and elicits a response from an apparently unconscious person.’
  • 40) ‘My body took most of the impact and I knocked myself unconscious.’
  • 41) ‘His bodyguards knocked me unconscious, punching and kicking all over my body.’
  • 42) ‘Is the unconscious or lifeless body being delivered away from some unpleasant fate?’
  • 43) ‘The smoke filled the room, and in a few minutes his labored body fell unconscious.’
  • 44) ‘She tried to struggle but she was becoming unconscious and her body was now weakened.’
  • 45) ‘Mrs Blow said Mitchell told her he was unconscious for half an hour and awoke to his friend's screams.’
  • 46) ‘The wound rendered Mark Irwin unconscious within seconds and caused his death within a couple of minutes.’
  • 47) ‘They were in even worse condition than Ian, and remained unconscious for at least fifteen minutes.’
  • 48) ‘The court system still seems to have an automatic and perhaps unconscious reflex to tell people the minimum necessary.’
  • 49) ‘Zander dismissed the statement with a wave of his hand, an almost unconscious gesture.’
  • 50) ‘Val went on to name the other men and Scott's hand went to his right temple in an unconscious gesture.’
  • 51) ‘For if it is survival that you are after, unconscious mechanisms are the better bet.’
  • 52) ‘It is a totally instinctual, unconscious act driven by instinct and primal power, lust, need.’
  • 53) ‘It had just come out unbidden, as if some deep, unconscious part of her were speaking for her.’
  • 54) ‘The cues may be unconscious nonverbal cues, such as muscular tension or gestures.’
  • 55) ‘Fish may be images of deeply unconscious processes - something nourishing arising from deep within.’
  • 56) ‘The sea stands for the unconscious mind and deeper levels of being, the book unveils the hidden nature of men and women.’
  • 57) ‘These messages often sink deep into our unconscious mind, waiting to pop up when we become wives or husbands ourselves.’
  • 58) ‘In my view they are what can properly be meant, by the way, by evocative talk of the subconscious or the unconscious mind.’
  • 59) ‘This is achieved by making some processes relatively automatic and unconscious.’
  • 60) ‘For Freud, every dream was caused by unconscious wishes that were released in sleep.’
  • 61) ‘To what degree is our behaviour instinctive, unconscious, and therefore robotic?’
  • 62) ‘It is both intentional and conscious and unintentional and unconscious.’
  • 63) ‘It should serve as an example of the necessity for judges to be aware of the possibility of unconscious prejudice.’
  • 64) ‘I hope that it is an automatic, unconscious response, and I think we should do more to find out whether it is or not.’
  • 65) ‘Now, when we see the logo, a whole host of unconscious responses are triggered.’
  • 66) ‘The timing of the skill and the skill itself must be primarily unconscious responses.’
  • 67) ‘Indeed, much sensory processing, essential for the regulation of the body, is entirely unconscious.’
  • 68) ‘It is the Canadian federal government's aim - though they may be unconscious of it - to hasten the day when no tree is left to cut, and all jobs, and the communities they sustain, collapse.’
  • 69) ‘I was in Mexico a few weeks ago, blithely unconscious of the Zapatistas.’
  • 70) ‘Though unconscious of them, such memories are claimed to be significant causal factors in shaping conscious thought and behavior.’
  • 71) ‘Sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste, and motion continually participate, though we may often be unconscious of them, in the ways we literally make sense of the world, and art.’
  • 72) ‘What's worse about the contemplative life, he told me afterwards, is that ‘most of the time you're unconscious of it.’’
  • 73) ‘Remember what Nabokov said about his nymphets, that in the midst of others ‘she stands unrecognized by them and unconscious of her fantastic power.’’
  • 74) ‘Governor Darling regarded Wentworth as ‘a vulgar ill-bred fellow, utterly unconscious of the common civilities, due from one Gentleman to another’.’
  • 75) ‘Perhaps at the absolute extreme some see dogs as an affront to God because they live in the moment, unconscious of tomorrow let alone eternity, and have no desire to govern their appetites.’
  • 76) ‘But as a child, she was unconscious of not being able to hear, or that it should make a difference to what she does and started giving public performances from the age of 10 years.’
  • 77) ‘For that matter, who is unaware of the structural changes that have transformed socialism, has ever been unconscious of the racial or sexual divisions within the working class?’
  • 78) ‘The scary thing is that these guys remain so largely, maybe even wilfully, unconscious of their power and privilege, and have so much influence - for now.’
  • 79) ‘The best work is when you're not thinking of yourself, you're unconscious of what other people think because you actually do your job, you're more focused and very committed to it.’
  • 80) ‘If the speech he is making is one that he is accustomed to make over and over again, he may be almost unconscious of what he is saying, as one is when one utters the responses in church.’
  • 81) ‘But Jim, he wasn't unconscious of this, it's actually a quality about himself that he parodies constantly.’
  • 82) ‘Being unconscious of the custom's existence, her actions could be considered karmically neutral, as she lacked the intention to offend.’
  • 83) ‘Lamely suave, spouting banalities about pop music and unconscious of his savage condescension toward women, he's a rancid summation of the Playboy ethic.’
  • 84) ‘He is almost unconscious of this recurring litany because he not only believes it - he feels it.’
  • 85) ‘She was so young as to not understand the ink her name was written in, and unconscious of it, and all that was to befall her.’
  • 86) ‘The children seem to be happy at the centre, blissfully unconscious of their condition.’
  • 87) ‘Cognitive scientist Guy Claxton has unearthed the unconscious throughout history.’
  • 88) ‘I had stumbled upon the historical counterpart of my psychology of the unconscious.’
  • 89) ‘I believe that writer and analyst are seeking forms or elements in common which come from the unconscious.’
  • 90) ‘This forms a template deep in our unconscious that affects our choice in a mate.’
  • 91) ‘Freud used dreams to plumb the depths of the unconscious for hidden meanings and emotions.’
  • 92) ‘No-one sees new species evolving out of old, or the workings of the unconscious.’
  • 93) ‘There, it has left behind the intricacies of conscious experience for the enigmas of the unconscious.’
  • 94) ‘Its images and affects seem to lock in directly to the unconscious.’
  • 95) ‘Lacan's own riddling manner mimics the utterances of the unconscious.’
  • 96) ‘The snake is one of the oldest symbols of power and of the wisdom of the unconscious.’
  • 97) ‘The terror of, and yet longing for return to, this figure accounts for the repression of this figure into the unconscious.’
  • 98) ‘It was as though I was buoyed up and supported by the unconscious.’
  • 99) ‘It is she who provokes the rupture between Freud and Jung which enabled the latter to venture deeper into the unconscious.’
  • 100) ‘All knowledge we can experience is already different from the logic of the unconscious.’
  • 101) ‘We cannot grasp the unconscious; rather the archetypes carry us off in their embrace.’
  • 102) ‘Are there specific things which you watch out for that are signs of the unconscious?’
  • 103) ‘Maybe it's a story or metaphor from our own life or that of our own parents that somehow penetrates the unconscious.’
  • 104) ‘He is the purest surrealist painter, thinking from first principles about what an art of the unconscious might be.’
  • 105) ‘As Sigmund Freud reminds us, the lapsus linguae is, like the dream, a royal road to the unconscious.’
  • 106) ‘It is thus crucial to interrogate the nuances behind the unconscious and conscious usage of words.’
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