Word of the Day: Subconscious

subconscious sub-con-scious / sŭb-kŏn-shəs   adjective 1. not completely alert and aware of one’s surroundings, thoughts, sensations, etc. Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality. Earl Nightingale. 1921 – 1989   2. existing in the mind just below the level of consciousness By squaring all with love, trying to love rather than trying to be loved, and by taking responsibility for all that was happening to me; finding my subconscious thought and correcting it, I became freer and freer, happier and happier. Lester Levenson, 1909 – 1994   noun 1. the part of the mind that is just below the edge of being aware and perceptive Any thought that is passed on to the subconscious often enough and convincingly enough is finally accepted. From “Riches Within Your Reach” by Robert Collier. 1885 – 1950