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stream of consciousness

n. pl. streams of consciousness
Psychology The conscious experience of an individual regarded as a continuous, flowing series of images and ideas running through the mind.

stream′-of-con′scious·ness adj.
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"You're able to share your inner thoughts, inner concerns and inner worries with them.
The reader becomes completely absorbed in their inner thoughts and outer lives, and spotting the fine lines that link them.
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For my readers this book of poetry can be rejuvenating and motivating; it can also open up many inner thoughts of fears and confusion.
Yes, obviously as a proud Welshman I was a little sad at the last blow of the whistle, however that tinge of sadness was massively overridden - after I had collected my inner thoughts - by the enormous number of positives from an outstanding Welsh performance - when many would have believed were in for another pasting by the Boks.
In an interview with the Evening Gazette, McClaren has revealed his inner thoughts on Juninho and has answered some of the fans' fears.
Venus is putting some smooth talking vibes your way from the middle of the month but you're pushing things further than normal too, getting to the heart of the matter in a way that people will just open up to, disclosing secrets and inner thoughts, letting them spill and bringing you closer.
* The delusions and other psychotic symptoms experienced by people with schizophrenia may be caused by a faulty brain 'switch' that blurs their ability to distinguish inner thoughts from objective reality, scientists said.
The late patriarch probably didn't realize he would be causing drama for the family he left behind when he wrote his inner thoughts down on paper.
Al-Hilali said he was "impressed by the script of the play, which captured man's mental struggle with his inner thoughts, and pointed out that the role reversal of the actors was one of the most distinguishing features of the performance." The play was written by Abdullah Aqeel, performed by actors Abdulrahman Sayegh and Anas Hakami and directed by Ali Al-Khabrani.
Listening carefully to your inner thoughts throughout the day is the first step towards tuning in to your inner wisdom, says Setterfield.