conscious: 1a. Having an awareness of one's environment and one's own existence; sensations and thoughts. See synonym aware. b. Mentally perceptive or alert; awake: "The patient remained fully conscious after the local anesthetic was administered. 2. Capable of thought, will or perception; the development of conscious life on the planet. 3. Subjectively or felt;conscious remorse. 4. Intentionally conceived or done; deliberate: a conscious insult; made a conscious effort to speak more clearly; 5, Inwardly attentive or sensible; mindful; was increasingly conscious of being watched. 6. Especially aware or preoccupied with. Often used in combination: a cost-conscious approach to further development; a health-conscious diet. In psychoanalysis, the component of waking awareness perceptible by a person at any given instant ; consciousness. From Latin conscius:com- +scire, to know; see skei - in Appendix -con' scious-ly adv. The American Heritage dictionary, 4th ed, 2000.

Brainstorming Question: How to awaken social media users consciousness to their unique personal cyber power (PCP)to make a difference for  "world peace and planet survival" ?

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