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cenesthesia, coenesthesia; cenesthesis (s) (noun); cenesthesias, coenesthesias; cenestheses (pl)
1. The general sense of bodily existence; especially, the general feeling of well-being or malaise, presumably dependent on multiple stimuli coming from various parts of the body, including sensations of internal organ activity even though these are not necessarily at a conscious level: Kris woke up in the morning feeling a great sense of cenesthesia that her day was going to be all right.
2. The diffuse internal awareness of bodily existence, caused by the interaction of numerous unlocalized sensations whose aggregate expressions might be of some degree of pain or pleasure: After her fall while she was skiing, Sharon experienced tremendous cenesthesia because every joint in her body ached and every muscle felt bruised.
coenesthesia, coenaesthesia (s) (noun); coenesthesias, coenaesthesias

1. Awareness of one’s body; especially, an overall sense of one’s general health: Alison’s coenesthesia meant that she was very aware of the first symptoms of such things as a cold.
2. The general sense or feeling of existence arising from the sum of bodily impressions, as distinct from the definite sensations of the special senses: Trudy woke up in the morning with a wonderful sense of coenesthesia indicating that her world was going to be full of pleasures!