Types of Consciousness

J Longi

The Unconscious

The unconscious consists of the processes in the mind which occur automatically and are not available to introspection.

The Unconscious include thought processes, memory, and motivation

The unconscious is inaccessible to to our conscious mind, but it affects our behaviors and emotions.

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The Subconscious

The subconscious is the part of consciousnesses that is not currently in focal awareness.

Every experience and thought we have ever had resides in the subconscious. These experiences and thoughts our patterns of thought and behavior.


The subconscious is relatively dim in awareness . When we dream at night, we are mainly operating in the subconscious level of consciousness.

The Conscious

The Conscious is the level of consciousness from where our rational awareness usually guides our daily decisions. This is where we receive input from the senses, analyze the facts, and make decisions based on the information.

The Conscious Mind is problem oriented separating the world into either/or categories.

The Supercoscious

The Super conscious mind transcends the human consciousness. We will have high intuition and mental clarity flow from super conscious awareness. The super conscious is unitive and sees all things as part of a whole. In super consciousness, problems and solutions are seen as one, as though the solution was a natural outgrowth from the problem.