Awareness as Self-Conciousness refers to May's two (2) aspect of Awareness: (1) Awareness as Self-Conciousness the ability to sense and integrate information about oneself, itself has two


(2) dimensions: subjective and objective.

For example, as you read this text at this moment, awareness of your inner experience of sensations, emotions, and thoughts is your subjective self. Awareness. By contrast, awareness that you are reading - almost as if seeingy ourself from the outside . Is objective self-awareness. Awareness as Vigilance refers to the ability to sense and integrate information from one's surroundings, in particular to perceive threat and safety.

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