Partially conscious; feebly conscious.
that part of our mind which is the seat of imagination, emotion, artistic abilities (and other skills), and which takes care of numerous functions without our conscious awareness, such as automatic functions of our organs, etc.
The portion of one's personality having to do with memory, habits, and is the vehicle of psychic ability. The subconscious is not able to make decisions, since it relies on habits, and has no moral dictates. Moral decisions and judgments are up to the egoic self, the conscious you. The subconscious is much older than the incarnated you of this life. In that context, the subconscious is like an older sister for a woman, like an older brother to a man. In each life, you retain the same subconscious. Likes and dislikes, fears as well as abilities of talent and understanding are actually subconscious traits. It is well to name your subconscious. Much talk in current society about the subconscious. Considerable illusion with this, as psychology has limited insight to the actual workings of subconscious energy. It is much like playing cards, lacking the Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks. The esoteric person develops a comprehensive view and understanding of subconscious activity.
The mental ‘rooms' in which a person does not ‘live.' This is determined by cognitive style. In the Mercy person, for instance, all modes of thought except Mercy processing are subconscious. A person may be partially aware of some of his subconscious. For instance, the Perceiver person can ‘see' Mercy thought.
The part of the mind that we are unaware of, the part of the mind that is intuitive and imaginative; artistic; uncritical; that holds all memories; that is the seat of our emotions; that directs the automatic functions of our bodies; heals us; and is the directing force of our being. That part of the mind interwoven with the Creative Level of Mind.
Subconscious mind: psychic activity just below the level of awareness.