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subconscious mind

Definitions

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  • n. psychic activity just below the level of awareness

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Examples

  • When our perfect computerlike subconscious mind is repeatedly shown mental pictures of our most desired goals on the videotape of our mind, the memory becomes so dominant that we are able to re-create it in reality.

    Creating Wealth

  • Information is received from the spirit world through the subconscious mind of the psychic/ medium who is in the trance state.

    CREATE YOUR OWN FUTURE

  • The Infinite Intelligence within your subconscious mind will reveal to you everything you need to know at every moment of time and point of space, provided you are open-minded and receptive.

    CREATE YOUR OWN FUTURE

  • Considering that it was she who had started the whole thing, and got Tish's subconscious mind to working, Aggie was rather pettish.

    Tish

  • That might explain how it has been able to reach into my subconscious mind andextract a frightening memory from my childhood.

    MILLENNIUM

  • Case histories collected by Jungian therapist Marie-Louise von Franz show that dreams sometimes monitor the approach of death; judging by many of these dreams, the subconscious mind views death as a portal to a new phase of existence.11 Dreams relate to the afterlife hypothesis in another way.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

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