‘The-Unconscious’ (not According To Freud)


The-Unconscious (simply means: the person not knowing).  The-Unconscious is to not know a direct access to a mental sector that doesn’t require a conscious to process, decipher, calculate, manipulate and determinate the constant unaware phrenic activities of the figurative heart (emotions).  Unlike Freud’s unconsciousness, in where he theorized that such internal mental region contains repressed ideas, memories and emotions; the-Unconscious, however, that has been objectively and instinctively observed and scrutinized by my being, in my extroverold language, is nothing more but the figurative heart of the emotions in of themselves—this has been concurred because both the-Emotions and the-Unconscious requires no contemplation, calculation, reflection and discretion for both to constantly be mentally actuated and experienced; so that in reality, both are really one in the same.

The-Unconscious is mostly untamed, unbridled, irrational (in the sense of being the opposite of rationale), unaware and without logic in every sense of its mental region existence—it is a realm of the-Mind that should not be underestimated.  It is to no wonder, and to no surprise, why the-Unconscious (emotions) is mostly curbed, crushed, or repressed by most of its’ possessors.  There is a difference, though, between that of the-Mind, and that of the-Brain.  The-Mind is immaterial, it cannot externally be seen with the human eyes, but only internally be experienced by its’ possessor, exclusively:  That is why it is known that every single mind is unique.  However, although the immaterial mind is enhoused in the material cerebral brain, the-Mind has the actuation to separate itself from the-Brain while remaining within it: hence, the-Mind is a phenomenon of the-Brain.

It is then obvious that a person really cannot “repress” stored physical cerebral memories as Freud suggested, or theorized, because memories are automatically stored in the material brain and not in the immaterial mind like emotions are, and therefore, only emotions can then be “repressed” from whence they came.  Since the figurative heart (emotions) originates from a mental region within the immaterial mind, they can the be repressed because the mental disposition of repressing somethings is a distinct capacity of the-Mind, that is for those who’s mind are actuated in such ways.  To “repress” something or anything, is a learned mental disposition, and not an inborn biological capacity of the material brain.  Unless the actual material cerebral brain had the capacity to repress its’ own stored memories, people who are then emotionally affected by their unwanted and regretful memories would not have been a difficult thing to repress them.  You cannot, and will not repress, in that which is automatically and dependently stimulated by environmental conditions: and that’s what the-Brain is, a cerebral organ that automatically gets stimulated by the five senses (i.e., sight, sound, smell, taste and touch).  So the things of the-Brain cannot be controlled/manipulated even though the-Mind can ignore it, but it cannot repress it.  However, unlike the-Brain, the-Mind (with its distinct capacities of will and intent) can independently will a cerebral stimulation to conjure up the automaton memories without the assistance of the five senses even though it cannot will it to repress them, for the immaterial mind can only will to repress what originates from the-Mind itself, and not from what exclusively originates from the material cerebral region (the-Brain).  When our material stored cerebral memories gets dependently stimulated by our five physical senses, our minds are then kind of forced to recognize them as our corresponding experienced remembrances.  Keep in mind that to remember anything, or anyone, is an intent capacity of the-Mind, but to memorize, however, is an automaton capacity of the-Brain.  It is imperative that one knows that to remember, and to memorize, are not really one in the same as it is known to be as such in the-World(s).  To automatically memorize something doesn’t mean that your mind necessarily experienced it.  For example, the memory of an elephant is known to be excellent, even better than our own memories; however, their excellent memories are automaton because those memories can only be automatically stimulated by the dependency of their five senses when the need be that they must be automatically stimulated:  But unlike humans, the animals (like the elephants) brains are mindless (incognizant), and therefore utterly unaware in all that they are and do, for all that they are and do is purely automaton, like biological robots instead of mechanical robots; and therefore, unable to independently will a stimulation of their stored automaton cerebral memories without their dependency of their five physical senses:  So, in other words, they can’t intentionally “remember” but only automatically “memorize.”  But unlike the animal species, we as the human species have the capacity to both intentionally remember and automatically memorize.  So, in breaking down the differences between remembrances and memorization, one can then grasp as to why the-Mind can’t repress what does not originates from the-Mind itself.  Since memories are stored within the material brain, but the figurative heart (emotions) are stored instead within the immaterial mind, it is then obvious that the only thing that can be mentally repressed are emotions, but not the automaton stimulated memories that impacts the-Mind to “remember” them.

Keep in mind, that in order for the-Mind to “remember” the automaton memories in the-Brain, the-Mind must first be active simultaneously with the-Brain at the very occasion when the memory is first being recorded cerebrally:  If not, what happens then is that when the automaton stored cerebral memories are stimulated, dependently by the physical five senses, the-Mind will finally then be impacted to recognize those stimulation, but the automaton memories will instead become as foreign objects to the-Mind itself because to “remember” those “memories,” the-Mind must first be aware of them while they’re made recorded in the-Brain, so that the-Mind itself can experience them in “remembrance” (in “awareness”).


It is safe to assume that the only thing(s) that can then be repressed in the-Unconscious are the “emotions” (descriptive emotions, that is), but not including the “dynamical emotions.”  The “descriptive emotions” are the very figurative feelings that comes out of the-Unconscious acknowledged, and therefore, they are then identified (described) by their own possessors.  The “dynamic emotions,” however, are the figurative feelings that have either not come out of the-Unconscious mental region; or have come out, but unnoticed.  It is then important that the possessor of the-Unconscious (emotions) realizes that he/she can only “repress” emotions acknowledged and identified (descriptive).  Since the mental disposition of repressing is not automaton but a willful and intentional mental actuation, the unnoticed and unacknowledged emotions cannot be repressed, not even subconsciously.  So even though a person may dynamically be emotional with someone else, he or she may dynamically do things with that person without even noticing that he/she is really investing emotions in with that other person:  But the slightest little impact can change everything (i.e., a little unintentional intimate nudge on both of each other’s arms can emphasize an occasion surprisingly); and just like that, instantaneously, he/she will finally realize that he/she loved the other person all along, and will notice that what was once dynamical (unacknowledged) in usage, will now become descriptive (acknowledged) in usage by either both parties, or one.  This would be the surprisingly “wow,” or the “aha,” occasion where one of the parties can either accept together what was always was can be now, or chose to “repress” what was always was but cannot be now, together or individually.  Although “dynamical emotions” cannot be repressed, they can, however, still be dynamically impacted by the automaton stored cerebral memories, and you’ll never even notice it.

In conclusion, the immaterial mind, that’s enhoused within the material brain, can only repress what originates from the-Mind itself, descriptively and acknowledged, and not from the-Brain itself.  The-Mind vs. the-Brain is the ever constant duality that tries to balance each other out within the same space that they’re both in and use; but such possible balance is only possible through recognizing that the-Mind and the-Brain are both not one in the same although they do share the same space.  Only the human species are in possession of mindful brains (cognizant brains): any other species, other than humans, are only in possession of mindless brains (incognizant brains).


[Article Posted by: Sabiazoth]

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[Updated on Aspaty: Heptaspace, Deutercycle 11, 9 R.M. E.C. (Solar East).  Gregorian: Saturday, September 6, 2014]

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