The first five are the sensate consciousnesses:
7. Seventh consciousness: “The manas consciousness” ”Obscuration-consciousness“ (Tibetan: nyon-yid rnam-shes); (Sanskrit: klistamanas = klesha ”obscuration“, ”poison“, ”enemy“; manas “ideation”, ”moving mind“, ”mind monkey“ (volition?); a consciousness which through apprehension, gathers the hindrances, the poisons, the karmic formations (c.f. Manas (early Buddhism)).
8. Eighth consciousness: ”store-house consciousness“ (Tibetan: kun-gzhi rnam-shes; Sanskrit: ālāyavijñāna); ” The seed consciousness (bi^ja-vijn~a^na); “the consciousness which is the basis of the other seven.
 The seven prior consciousnesses are based and founded upon the eighth. It is the aggregate which administers and yields rebirth; this idea may in some respects be compared to the usage of the word ”citta“ in the agamas; see below. In the early texts the sankhara-khandha plays some of the roles ascribed to the storehouse consciousness by later Yoga-chara thinkers.