Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Four States of Mind

Unconscious, subconscious, conscious and superconscious are the four states of mind.

Humans realize, given cultivation and other forms of natural and geographical control we try to implement, we have to understand more deeply about our own mind, what’re the thinking processes, what’s the evolution behind it, unconscious, subconscious, conscious and superconscious are the four states of mind, so we develop rules to govern ourselves and morals as the driving force behind this.



Unconscious vs. sub-conscious vs. conscious vs. super-conscious mind Unconsciousness is a state which occurs when the ability to maintain an awareness of self and environment is the list. Consciousness is basically a state of the ego, the worldly self. The seeking man is primarily his ego, an entity obtained by relating his being/self with the tangible world. Every entity has to relate itself to something external to himself to establish its reality. When human, urged by his/her inner, rational compulsion to seek the higher truth about the being, he/she often abandon the ego-entity ( relation with the world) and attempt to relate him/her with the timeless/spaceless essence of being. The brain functions on the principle of cognitive economics and therefore always tries to find the easiest way. Those then with super consciousness, will be able to let themselves to think not only of what exists (sub-conscious), how they exist in this world, being in the world (conscious), but also how could one possibly apply yourself in this world to change it, will act on how you see things as they could be (super conscious). This then is what makes them different, they go against the inherent laziness in striving for a higher goal, hence, they are always idealistic in nature.

Most people either operate on the unconscious or subconscious level with only a few functioning consciously. It is then the exception to the rule that people work on the super-conscious level, The Mind and Cognitive Science which comes to take the place of a more classic philosophical epistemological approach to the understanding of human forms of knowledge, relative to the questions of how do we know and how do we know what we know is correlated with "truth." Now, the problems arise when we acknowledge that philosophers have distinguished between "sensible" knowledge --experience-- and "intellectual" knowledge -not depending upon experience but in abstract and more "sophisticated" workings of the "intellect," "soul," "mind," which eventually leads to distinctions of different sorts of "truths" distinctions that are more or less uncomfortable for different reasons. It was some particular course in our history, that the category of 'world' had molded our mind into the current fashion, the dis-stabilizing man from such original oneness with whatever is true about life and existence. All our knowledge are concept based, means, have its meaning on the strength of our sharing them in our collective living and the language that emerged represent every such concept in a tangible form.

Psychologists and their theories: Freud's unconscious id, ego and super-ego are system boundaries of the unconscious; Jung's conscious, subconscious and collective unconscious and personality insights, introversion extroversion= action, reflection or control; his thinking feeling is an influence and his intuition sensing =appreciation. “Karma” is the consequence of the information about the entity. If the majority of people think positively about the person it has a positive “karma.” Modern men, consider the seeker or knower as static observers. But upon closer contemplation, it gets revealed that the knower (or simply the thinking, seeking self) is a fresh aggregate every moment. Every new experience or pieces of knowledge alter him/her and make him/her a new self. Then whatever reality he/she encounters also alters correspondingly. Even the findings at the bottom end of physical reality, at the sub-atomic particle world, supports this fact; every sub-atomic event is a unique event, its result determined exclusively on the basis of what two particles were in contact.

In short, we live a synthetic life these days, Psychology is just as systematic as anything else in nature. Human beings are certainly purposeful and if system/environment boundaries consist of our degrees of power (degree of control, influence and appreciation) over those things that affect our purpose. Human beings all experience the primary forms of unconsciousness, subconsciousness and consciousness. Is it possible that at some points we all experience super-consciousness,The newly attained such 'transcended' entity does usually have the so-called 'superconsciousness'. Often such moments of super-consciousness are very momentary.

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