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Tara Raju's picture

When reading Caroline's

When reading Caroline's comment above about individuals that go on auto-pilot when driving somewhere or doing something, it makes me wonder if that is actually unconscious. When driving, I would hope that one were conscious of what they were doing. It is my assumption that an individual just might be less actively engaged in the activities that they are doing and have the ability, since they have done the action many times, to concentrate on other things.

I would think that most everything that we do is conscious and very few things, if any, are limited to being unconscious actions. I am not sure what these actions are and would most defintely like to be presented with a case but it seems that there is always thinking involved with everything that we do and that nothing is truly and unconditionally unconscious.

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