stream of consciousness

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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 can meditate in two ways: either by focusing your attention on a single object or by focusing it on a stream of thoughts and becoming aware of consciousness.
The breath is thus victorious over your ever-wandering monkey mind and its incessant stream of thoughts and ideas.
"The Internet makes it easy for anyone - with no exception - to air their responsible, sophisticated stream of thoughts. It is also a playground for anyone who suffers from intellectual or behavioral confusion," he added.
just a continual stream of thoughts, and it would be my recommendation that this book be professionally edited with regards to grammar, spelling and punctuation.