unconscious process


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Creative writing has long been described as a mystical or unconscious process.
Certain pictures may perhaps stimulate some unconscious process in the mind of the viewer; but at what point does a pleasant (or unpleasant) subliminal buzz become spirituality?
Whatever else suicide is, it is a conscious act, but on the other hand, the driving force is an unconscious process.
It's like osmosis or, as one dictionary defines it, "a gradual, often unconscious process of assimilation or absorption.
This instant and largely unconscious process produces the metaphor--in Foster's skyscraper the tabloid one, 'it looks like a gherkin'--and the public and journalistic excitement.
Unlike 'traditional psychoanalytical approaches', he intimates that 'this post-Jungian study views a novel as the unique expression of a complex unconscious process that can never be known beforehand' (p.
He concludes that decision-making is a largely unconscious process, one that most people can't explain.
Set-up-to-fail syndrome is an unconscious process but it bears many of the same characteristics as bullying: those on the receiving end find it unwelcome, it's persistent and its victims feel undermined.
For the most part by an almost unconscious process of projection.
When my partner, Gisele and I lived in an intentional community, the term was unknown to us, however our overall actions revealed how consensus can be an unconscious process when people share a common focus.
No matter how industrialized and hermetic Pernice's sculptures may seem, they bear the traces of an attempt to explore both a personal and collective unconscious process.
Originally conceived as a natural extension of such phenomena as transference, countertransference, and other unconscious behavior (Ellis & Douce, 1994), parallel process is defined as an unconscious process in which counselors present themselves to their supervisors in much the same way that their clients have presented themselves to the counselors (Friedlander et al.
In their view, this unconscious process precludes the need to consider numerous features for, say, each face or object.
It is an automatic and unconscious process that allows individuals to resist the destabilizing effect of gravity.