conscious knowledge; as, he had no awareness of his mistakes.
a state of elementary or undifferentiated consciousness; as, the crash intruded on his awareness.
One of the three components of consciousness, and second most causal, providing cohesion for units of Energy in a given pattern, at the direction of intent.
1. Spiritual or higher consciousness. 2. Not using the mind to look for reality.
Constantly paying attention to your physical sensations, to promote self-healing. Awareness is the conscious starting point of all action.
Our circle of attention encloses a certain territory of awareness. Such a territory can be narrowly or broadly focused. It can include or exclude objects within that circle. Human consciousness is designed in such a way that it has great latitude and can contain heights and depths of awareness.
Consciousness of cultural similarities and differences. Awareness of one's own culture and that of others.
The open, spacious quality of consciousness which makes the perception of anything possible.
having knowledge of; "he had no awareness of his mistakes"; "his sudden consciousness of the problem he faced"; "their intelligence and general knowingness was impressive"
Consciousness of stimulation, arising from within or from outside the person. [Click Here to Return to List
The harbinger of perception, relating.
The ability to receive information about our surroundings. We attribute awareness to being alive and conscious, although that consciousness might not resemble the consciousness of humans (other forms of life have awareness, too, like plants, trees, rocks, and inorganic beings).
In biological psychology, awareness comprises a human's or an animal's perception and cognitive reaction to a condition or event. Awareness does not necessarily imply understanding, just an ability to be conscious of, feel or perceive.