I tend to distinguish between the definitions and meanings of words because words are VERY important (they are how we express every thought that we will ever have) and if we use the wrong word, or use it in the wrong context, we can mislead ourselves. The word "CONSCIENCE" refers to the part of you (in your MIND, not brain) that enables you to know the difference between right and wrong. The word, "conscious", used in different contexts, can have different meanings. Sometimes it can simply mean...being "awake", and sometimes it refers to being "aware" of what is happening. The meanings are not completely different, but can be misunderstood (not just by others, but by YOURSELF). When that happens, you can give yourself a FALSE self-image and false identity, otherwise known as the dreaded "Identity Crisis" (I know you think that the description, "DREADED" is exaggerated and melodramatic, IT IS NOT..it means THE LOSS OF SELF). The word "subconscience" (not subconsciOUS), may or may actually exist, I don't know, but if it does, I, personally, wouldn't ackowledge it as a meaningful CONCEPT, it would be very misleading. Therapists can professionally guide you in exploring and discovering things about yourself that you never understood or realized, but do not let anyone convince you that you are something you are NOT and that you subconsciosly have any kind of ulterior motives. Do you have any sinister, hidden and sneaky motives, or are a good, decent person that listens to the dictates of your CONSCIENCE? YOU decide.