Consciousness is subjective experience or awareness or wakefulness or the executive control system of the mind. It is an umbrella term that may refer to a variety of mental phenomena. Although humans realize what everyday experiences are, consciousness refuses to be defined, philosophers note. And it refers to different levels of awareness of one's thougths and feelings. It may include creating images in one's mind, following one's thoughts process or having unique emotional experiences."
There are some people are conscious about their self or in their places and the people around them. Some people who perform in the program are conscious in their audience and their judge. They are all aware when the song played so they dance together with the beat of the remix song. Actually I watch it live in our school, and that group is our competitor. I love this video because its the very first in our history to have a silent drill in our school in high school. I remember when we are practicing this drill. I saw every contestant are busy to practice their presentation.
The conscious experience was one of the first topics studied by early psychologists. Structuralists used a process known as introspection to analyze and report conscious sensations, thoughts, and experiences. American psychologist William James compared consciousness to a stream; unbroken and continuous despite constant shifts and changes. While the focus of much of the research in psychology shifted to purely observable behaviors during the first half of the twentieth century, research on human consciousness has grown tremendously since the 1950s.