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raise (one's) consciousness

To increase one's awareness or understanding of one's own needs or the needs of others. Traveling abroad really raised my consciousness about the plight of the poor around the world.
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Together, these two concepts--information and integration--describe what consciousness actually feels like, Seth says.
Impaired consciousness is the term used to describe the condition of a casualty who is anything less than fully conscious.
Any interested in a lengthy discussion of the nature of reality, human perception, and consciousness must have the vastly expanded third edition of Virtual Reality: Consciousness REALLY Explained.
The Dimensions of Experience: A Natural History of Consciousness presents the ideas of Andrew P.
The awakening of these blacks leads to the formation of a third consciousness in their mind.
Consciousness is a curious topic to consider, because it at once places us in the realm of self-reflexiveness.
2 : the part of the mind involving thought and awareness <The memory is preserved in my consciousness.
Scientific cognition frequently avoids the question of interaction of our consciousness with the external world.
They cover historical developments; groundbreaking concepts of consciousness; the meta-philosophy of consciousness studies; and mental causation, natural law, and the intentionality of conscious states.
Transmitted to Danielle Rama Hoffman by Thoth, keeper of the Akashic Records and member of the Council of Light, the teachings that comprise "The Tablets of Light" enable each of us to reactivate the Divine consciousness that inhabits our souls and transition from separation consciousness into unity consciousness.
Imagine for a moment that your consciousness could leave your brain.
com/what-consciousness-self-awareness-may-be-side-effect-brain-trying-maximize-entropy-2433746) consciousness presents a unique and alluring problem.
Consumers'' desire to succeed in society and impress their peers, paired with strong associations of appearance with success in both personal and professional lives, fuels Image Consciousness.
Hegel's phenomenological discourse takes place at the abstract level of consciousness, yet the fourth chapter of the Phenomenology (PhG) is one of the richest in offering practical situations and theoretical principles that are reciprocally intertwined.