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subconsciousness

 [sub-kon´shus-nes]
the state of being partially conscious.

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nes),
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without conscious perception.

subconsciousness

/sub·con·scious·ness/ (-nes) the state of being partially conscious.

subconsciousness

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nĕs)
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without the conscious perception of the person.

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nĕs)
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without conscious perception.
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Ask your unconscious mind what it needs to learn from the event, the learning of which will allow you to let go of the emotions easily and effortlessly.
Meditation skills could be used to enhance concentration on the psychological contents that are erupting from the unconscious mind, although Mansfield notes that it may take a great deal of ego strength to practice such a technique.
The conscious mind doesn't have the key to our other hidden strengths and abilities, but the unconscious mind does, and it can access some or many of those abilities to varying degrees.
Hypnotherapy is a state of calm, relaxed, focused attention creating suggestions and commands directed to your unconscious mind for conscious change.
The word choices represented the unconscious mind at work.
Travelodge, who set the survey, has now commissioned neuro linguistic programming (NLP) therapist Greg Laws to record a series of motivational sleeping "Nodcasts", recordings that tap into the unconscious mind while you sleep.
In the relaxed state known as hypnosis, we can communicate directly with the unconscious mind.
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So to change habits the logical thing is to go to the place where they are, the unconscious mind.
Life Mapping is a combination of words (which use the ``left brain'' intellect) and images (which use the ``right brain'' creativity) that ``will direct both your conscious and unconscious mind towards your chosen objectives''.