Same; particular; very; identical.
The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the possessor of capacities and character; a person as a distinct individual; a being regarded as having personality.
The mental representation of personal experience, including thought processes, a physical body, and a conscious experience of individuality. (p. 6) go to glossary index
Divine Consciousness residing in the individual, described as the witness of the mind or the pure I-awareness.
Any of the many false identities inflicted upon women under patriarchy (or The Con); the internalised possessor that covers and re-covers the Original Self.
Divine Consciousness, which is the essential nature of each human being.
The universe is not inanimate, but animate, filled with consciousness. Consciousness however is not epiphenomenal, but the bedrock of existence. To be conscious is to be conscious as a "self" (whether reflective or not). The supreme consciousness shares itself with each conscious being. To have a self is to be aware of that consciousness in a self-reflective manner.
The individuality. That, which overcomes the present personality with self-mastery . . . An inner unity that allows the Spiritual Self to direct the life. Consciousness functioning beyond the physical nature and it desires.
your consciousness of your own identity
a consciousness containing a variety of experiences, but also aware of its own complexity and unity
a contributor to awareness, and is aware of all contributions
a specific consciousness or identity, and its survival and well-being is not arbitrary
The part of us that experiences itself as â€˜I amâ€™. Itâ€™s eternal. The part of us thatâ€™s in all of our past lives. Also called spirit. Also called the conscious awareness.
Pure Awareness without thought and individual identification of any kind.
Center and circumference of the total psyche, that is, the conscious and unconscious personality of man.
The self is a key construct in several schools of psychology. Ideas are different for many theorist and in fields of study, but in general the self refers to the conscious reflective personality of a person. If we develop a higher thinking for ourselves the beliefs and values between the real and ideal self will expand and therefore we can make more developed morals and reasons, when we know who we are.
Self is broadly defined as the essential qualities that make a person distinct from all others. The task in philosophy is defining what these qualities are, and there have been a number of different approaches. The self is the idea of a unified being which is the source of an idiosyncratic consciousness.
In Jungian theory, the Self is one of the archetypes. It signifies the coherent whole, unified consciousness and unconscious of a person. The Self, according to Jung, is realised as the product of individuation, which in Jungian view is the process of integrating one's personality.