consensus trance

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Term coined by American psychologist Charles T. Tart

Noun[edit]

consensus trance (plural consensus trances)

  1. An automated state of consciousness; actually, the normal consciousness, based on the premise that people believe what they are told to be true as opposed to what they have themselves realized to be true.