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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The subconscious is as insignificant as the conscious

Why do we attribute the subconscious so great importance and meaning?

In the end it is as insignificant as the conscious.

If the conscious mind - on the background of a passion, which doesn't seek to achieve anything - observes neutral as in a mirror, without saying yes and no, then the conscious mind becomes much more important than the subconscious.

In this state all what the subconscious contains, are being brought into daylight; the displacements between the many layers disappear.

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