The Purpose of Consciousness

Being aware of the words you use when speaking and thinking is a very important step towards self-improvement. It's very easy to slip into using language that's not yours or a language that doesn't sound natural. Sometimes people can be really polite, but they're not aware that they are using abusive language. Others can be really rude, but they're not aware that they are using poor manners.

This can lead to a whole host of problems in social situations and relationships. For example, if you become aware of your language you'll stop yourself saying things like, "Are you upset?" or "Don't talk like that."

When you become conscious of the words you use it will be easier for you to say, "You're being rude." Or perhaps you'll change the way you're speaking to her if she's talking to you. You can't expect to change other people's thinking or their actions without changing your own. How are you going to learn how to speak politely when other people are being rude to you? It just won't happen.

But that doesn't mean you have to be rude. In fact, being conscious of the words you use when speaking and thinking will help you communicate better with those around you. And it'll also help you understand why they are saying what they're saying. This awareness can also help you improve your own behavior. For example, if you make the mistake of saying something because you expected it to be spoken in a certain way, you might realize later that you said something you didn't mean.


The more conscious you become of language and cultural differences the more adaptable your own language will be. And you'll find that other cultures can be just as easy to learn from. Don't forget that we all share a common language. And when you get more aware of what your words mean, you tend to speak more consciously, too.

If you find that you've been using some negative language when referring to people in particular or certain situations, it might be time to become more conscious of the words you use. For example, if you use the word "asses" when talking about a person, you might want to realize that you really mean "dogs." Sometimes we don't realize that we've used a negative expression when what we meant is "a nice dog." Or, we might find that someone has used a phrase we've heard many times but we don't know what it means.

When you are aware of the language you are using, it can help you speak more consciously. It can also help you be more aware of how you are feeling, both emotionally and physically, when you are engaged in conversation. More conscious language will also likely lead to more open and honest conversations. Being more conscious of the words you use when speaking and thinking can be very rewarding. And it can make you a better friend, partner, or employee.

If you've been struggling with your confidence, try to become more conscious of how you look at yourself. Are you self-conscious? Do you tend to put yourself down? Are you aware of the words you use when speaking and thinking? How do you feel when you're talking with someone? These are all important issues that can have a strong impact on your performance.

What about conscious of the words you use when speaking and thinking? While self-awareness is important, it's not enough. You also need to be aware of the feelings you're having as well. That's why it's important to think of thoughts as 'thoughts'. They're not sounds or images - they are thoughts.

Thoughts come into being in the mind while the conscious stays dormant. You are awake only while your conscious stays asleep. The conscious brain is constantly working away in the background, while the subconscious processes information, both consciously and sub-consciously. When you focus on the unconscious, it's as if you're actively focusing on the feelings that feed into our behavior. Focus on what feeds into the feelings and you'll become more conscious of the words you use and the thoughts you experience.

When you learn how to quiet your conscious mind, you open up a whole new world. You realize that you're in fact talking to yourself, even if you're not aware of it. You also learn that you're in control, and that other people can't affect you in any way. This shift in perspective is profound. It changes everything about your experience of the world. Your experience becomes more rich, insightful, and helps you create more fulfilling lives.


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