Science for unconscious


by Moetasim
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Moetasim
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Apr30-03, 04:42 AM
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Everyone is living two lives: Life of conscious and Life of unconscious.
Can the laws of conscious world work for that word of unconscious. If yes then why these two are set apart and if no then how changes in unconscious can be explained?Is there any science?
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Apr30-03, 06:29 AM
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Ahhh....
Depends if you are talking about psychology or about some sort of vague concept of two different actual worlds in which the conscious and the 'unconscious' live... whatever that means.

If you are talking psychology, then there are lotso of theories. If you are talking...conscious worlds, then I have no idea what u mean.
rocket art
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Apr30-03, 08:16 AM
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Isn't the conscious and unconscious part of an individual, though differing in certain approaches, came from the same?


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