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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBCONSCIOUSNESS

It comes out of a subconsciousness in which death and not life is the base.

They form a part, not of consciousness, but of subconsciousness.

His subconsciousness was very powerfully alive in these days.

Access to the subconsciousness is becoming commoner and simpler.

The experience sank into the subconsciousness as seed to await fruition.

It is by way of the Subconsciousness, that the hypnotist impresses "suggestion."

With subconsciousness there is no fear, no hesitation, and no doubt.

If such continuity exists, it exists in the subconsciousness.

It might be that our subconsciousness is immortal and not our consciousness.

These past experiences are brought forth from subconsciousness.

WORD ORIGIN

1823, "not wholly conscious" (implied in subconsciously), from sub- + conscious. First attested in De Quincey. The noun, in the psychological sense, is attested from 1886; earlier subconsciousness (1874).

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