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  1. Consciousness-subconscious -unconscious-these are the three levels that psychotherapists have to work with. Contact with the unconscious is possible only when the person is asleep. And in dreams, the unconscious often presents us with our problems in an encrypted state… When you wake up and try to decipher a dream, you can ask yourself these questions. You can also search for symbols and heroes of your dreams in various encyclopedias of symbols, since those symbols that we often see in dreams are archetypal (characteristic of humanity for many years). And, for example, Jungian psychoanalysis is based precisely on this interpretation of visions. It is deeper and more diverse than Freud's psychoanalysis, which interprets everything in the context of the basic instincts-libido (desire for life) and mortido (desire for death). Therefore, the study of one's own unconscious can be an interesting and fascinating process, in terms of”establishing contact with it”… And here are the questions-why and why-will play a key role here..

  2. The concepts of “consciousness”,” conscious “or” unconscious ” should be used only in connection with the concept of “person”, because these concepts have no meaning outside of the relation to a person.

    Consciousness is a phenomenon or process of interaction of a person as a part of the material world with the material environment surrounding him directly, which is his living space.

    A person is forced to adapt from living in this environment. To do this, he must study it. In interaction with the environment, a person receives information about its structure, qualities, and condition. Information is processed in thinking, and based on the results of processing, a person plans their actions to maintain their existence.

    And it is precisely at the level of information processing and action planning that the questions “why?”appear. and “why?”

    In relation to the process of consciousness, the entire material world is the Unconscious.

  3. It would be nice if you gave an example of what context of the unconscious is meant.

    History, as they say, does not tolerate the subjunctive mood, a person does not like futility, i.e. when something is done without a goal, for example, he bought something, spent money, but it was not useful, or the titanic was tried, done, and he drowned.

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