From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
mutoconscious (adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
CoinerThe Covert Collective

Mutoconscious refers to a system that when members are fronting they are exclusively monoconscious but when in headspace and not fronting members are hydraconscious.[1]

Experiences mutoconscious systems may include:

  • Having one distinct consciousness for fronting, that whoever is in front “steps into”;
  • Switching feeling like “becoming” someone else, as described in monoconscious systems;
  • When in headspace and not fronting, each system member has both a separate consciousness and the shared one;
  • While fronting accessing headspace may be more difficult since it has a different form of consciousness.

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Cephaconscious is similar to mutoconscious, with the exception members are polyconscious in headspace.

Atrium systems may have a similar concepts when it comes to memory sharing but it is not tied to fronting.

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