It may indicate that your conscious mind is very aware of unconscious material and psychological complexes.
This awareness may originate from naturally occurring insights into human behavior or educational pursuits. You are better able to perceive what is unspoken or hidden. Motivations will be clearer to you even when they are not stated. Manipulations and psychological games will also be more obvious. Most likely this awareness will not be one-sided. You will be as aware of your own unconscious nature as you are of psycho-logical complexes in others. This awareness can be useful in counseling, journaling, and some artistic pursuits such as creative writing.
If you are involved in repetitious verbal battles over ideology, prejudice, or intolerance, realize that these confrontations are related somewhat to your own psychological tendencies. They are not the sole product of other minds. Being very aware of these unconscious forces can be stressful, especially if you know more than you are capable of handling. This is an excellent time for therapy, should you feel the need.
The implication here is that knowledge is power, and specifically in this case, it is knowledge about the unconscious mind which conveys power to those who are aware of it, able to gain insights from it, and use the information constructively.
This comprehension is as valuable as intellectual facts gained from school. The more you understand about the unconscious, the more you are able to control your own impulses, or resist the manipulative behavior of others. Although initially this increased psychological awareness may be stressful itself, in the end, the understanding and control you achieve can actually help to re-duce stress and drama in your life.