The reason for this is that the left brain works with whatever becomes conscious, but consciousness is the ultimate slow poke.
Bookshelves are filled with endless—mostly nameless—heroes but very few that become part of the American consciousness.
The lyrics have been steadily embedded into your consciousness, one trip to Gristedes at a time.
Because of the settlers' presence, Hebron holds a special place in the consciousness of Israel's Jewish majority.
My boyfriend and I are in the kitchen making tea and doing stream of consciousness games with each other.
The consciousness of recent misconduct filled her with extreme dread.
Whatever becomes of such things, in the long intervals of consciousness?
Riley's eyes had opened in a sudden movement of consciousness.
The same knowledge is our refuge from our own consciousness of weakness.
Slowly the involved sentences burned their way into his consciousness.
consciousness con·scious·ness (kŏn'shəs-nĭs)
The state or condition of being conscious.
A sense of one's personal or collective identity, especially the complex of attitudes, beliefs, and sensitivities held by or considered characteristic of an individual or a group.
In psychoanalysis, the conscious.