Will do, bernotas22, thanks.
On my way there, I came across Jared on The Mental Game of Poker radio show for QuadJacks. He mentions the unconscious level and the tilt just being a symptom. He refers to it as being anger which could be from unresolved fear, motivation, or confidence issues. He suggests writing down accomplishments, areas to improve, any advice you consciously have, goals etc., to make sure that the subconscious understands what to achieve and how to achieve it.
For example, logically, I know risking my bankroll will not make me be able to live off poker quicker, it will make the progress slower. Yet subconsciously, my brain is telling me the way to get more money back after losing is to risk more. My subconscious is too desperate to succeed as it doesn't understand time and is scared of losing so needs to always win to be confident. My concious needs to tell my subconscious to take its confidence and motivation from my previous results and how I achieved those goals, rather than the most recent play.
For example, say I double my bankroll, and then lose 1% of it. My subconscious gets desperate when I lose the 1%, is scared of losing again, loses confidence in my ability, and tries to double my bankroll again as quickly as possible and ends up losing it. Consciously this is incredibly illogical, but my subconscious hasn't been reminded that, or experienced that enough to realise it. That's why writing things down, talking to yourself while you are playing, or simply experiencing more bad beats can help because all of those things remind the subconscious of how losing is okay and a significant part of poker you have to ride in order to win.