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STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS. Individually, brainstorm a definition Awareness of one’s self and one’s environment. TYPES OF CONSCIOUSNESS. Types of Consciousness. External Sensory Perception. Abstract Awareness. Internal Sensory Perception. Awareness of Self. External Sensory Perception.

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States of consciousness

STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Individually, brainstorm a definition

Awareness of one’s self and one’s environment


Types of consciousness

TYPES OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Types of Consciousness

ExternalSensoryPerception

AbstractAwareness

InternalSensoryPerception

AwarenessofSelf


External sensory perception

External Sensory Perception

Awareness of the impact of the environment on the five senses

  • Sights

  • Sounds

  • Tastes

  • Smells

  • Touch


Internal sensory perception

Internal Sensory Perception

  • Internally experience sensory information from remembered event

  • Create sensory representation of an event never experienced


Abstract awareness

Abstract Awareness

  • Symbols used to represent big ideas

  • Thoughts and emotions defined as sensory images


Awareness of self

Awareness of Self

  • Unique, separate individual

  • Have and observe experiences, thoughts and feelings

Cogito, Ergo Sum


Levels of consciousness

Subconscious:thoughts, emotions, behaviors available but not in present awareness

Unconsciousdesires, conflicts, memories difficult to resolve; resources, motives, drives

Levels of Consciousness


Altered states of consciousness

Altered States of Consciousness

Hypnosis


Hypnosis

HYPNOSIS

Brainstorm 5 Qualities

  • Heightened Suggestibility (not contrary to basic morals)

  • Dissociation: separation from external sensations

  • Vivid Imagery: ignore what is present, imagine objects, ammonia as perfume

  • Enhanced Memory: what is not available to person in wakened state can be recovered

  • Post-Hypnotic Suggestion: quit smoking, manage pain, eat better; fades over time, requires renewal


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