stream of consciousness

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a literary genre that reveals a character's thoughts and feeling as they develop by means of a long soliloquy

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the continuous flow of ideas and feelings that constitute an individual's conscious experience

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All day long, our minds churn out a stream of thoughts, as we go about our business, trying to make sense of the world around us.
Accordingly, the promising designer decided to continue his stream of thoughts and spend yet another season with the one and only Sophia.
The mind babbles, chatters, and spews an endless stream of thoughts, stories, feelings, and distractions.
Further, since reading requires concentration, many children have not developed their concentration or stream of thoughts. Schools don't provide enough time for solitude reading, and society is too busy trying to figure out how to make everything quicker.
One recurrent reference is the metaphysical painting of Alberto Savinio and Giorgio de Chirico, referred to in four paintings on canvas: the densely colored Ara Ara Ara, Stream of Thoughts, and Mindfulness of Emotions, and the vivid Cosmic Joke.
By being more aware of the constant stream of thoughts we can choose to act on them or not.