The complexity of the human mind and its optimum utilization has been the driving force of so many researches. The mind is uniquely engineered to assimilate, process and decide on an information through directly and indirectly interacting with an environment that comprises of both people and things.

The mind is divided into mental states. Each state is important in the overall interactivity or interactive ability of the mind. These mental states are; conscious, subconscious and unconscious state of mind. A conscious state of mind is when the mind is aware of its environment, and can exhibit rational behaviors. At this state, the mind normally have a sense of personality and a conscience. And can also define and determine mode of interaction.

Subconscious mind is often referred as the intermediate state. Cause It is between the conscious and unconscious state of mind. A subconscious mind has a very low sense of awareness, interacts with its environment in cogitate manner, and lack a sense of identity/personality — to an extent — the interactive ability of a subconscious mind is limited. This means it doesn’t interact directly with its environment but can process information.

Finally, the unconscious state of mind is the heart of every other state. It is the storage house of information. Unlike conscious and subconscious state of mind, unconscious state is without any form of awareness or identity but it defines the overall interactivity of the mind.

This article is a reference from a book titled “uncovered” by @bestquotesng