The conscious and unconscious mind is a massive place to explore. Someplace far in our minds is a enormous calculator, unwaveringly logical by design. But the conscious mind cause difficulties, because we desire certain outcomes and thus, we are more likely to believe things we want to believe. There is a point of uncertainty in our brain beyond our consciousness or shall I say beneath it, that is capable of making complicated statistical judgments far quicker than our conscious minds know.
A great deal of information is stored, retrieved, compared and judged in seconds in our unconscious, a process of which we are completely unaware of. So it makes perfect sense that the more experienced and educated our unconscious is, the better these pre-judgments will be.
It is very difficult to understand exactly what is going through and happening in their minds without actually being the one it's happening to. That is also the great thing about the mind; it is a very private and personal place. Nobody can hack into it or tamper with it. We all have different opinions, different sets of values and many other differences. The mind is where all of these differences happen. That is why we only really understand our own minds and can merely only try to relate the basis of other minds. The person only knows the states and processes of his or her own mind.
Then I wonder about awareness of our consciousness. Consciousness is our awareness of ourselves and all the things we think, feel, and do. We spend much of our lives in what is called walking consciousness, that is a state of clear, and organized alertness. Self awareness is both subjective and objective. In subjective consciousness people are motivated by emotions of subjection. Some people are influenced into this state. Objective consciousness is the state of awareness. It's the power of understanding and reasoning both inductive and deductive all about. That is, that our very being is identical to our state of...