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" I conceive also that no Self of which we can here have cognisance is in reality more than a fragment of a larger Self, revealed in a fashion at once shifting and limited through an organism not so framed as to afford it full manifestation. "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page 15
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1906 - 470 pages
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 27

William Thomas Stead - 1903
...and which reasserts itself in its plenitude after the liberating change of death (s. in). I conceive that no Self of which we can here have cognisance...limited through an organism not so framed as to afford a full manifestation (s. 112). . Our consciousness at any given stageof our evolution is but the phosphorescent...
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The Outlook, Volume 94

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1910
...or permanently, rise above it. And I conceive also that no self of which we can here have cognizance is, in reality, more than a fragment of a larger self...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation." It is the closing sentence, with its implications elaborated in the pages of " Human Personality and...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 198

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1903
...convenient to speak of subliminal Selves, or more briefly of a subliminal Self. I do not indeed [NB], by using this term, assume that there are two correlative...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation.' (i, 14.) Several illustrations and analogies can be suggested in order to familiarise people with this...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 198

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1903
...convenient to speak of subliminal Selves, or more briefly of a subliminal Self. I do not indeed [NB], by using this term, assume that there are two correlative...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation.' (i, 14.) Several illustrations and analogies can be suggested in order to familiarise people with this...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 198

English literature - 1903
...alternations of personality of many kinds, so that what was once below the surface may for a tune, or permanently, rise above it. And I conceive also...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation.' (i, 14.) Several illustrations and analogies can be suggested in order to familiarise people with this...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume 18

Parapsychology - 1904
...never get it neat ! It is only one " fragment " (or aspect, or faculty, as I should prefer to say) of a larger self, "revealed in a fashion at once shifting and limited." This being so, and the hypnotic self being, in Mr. Myers's opinion, on the moral level of the workaday...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immortality - 1907 - 470 pages
...Unconscious Cerebration," by Mr. AH Pierce, of Harvard University, with a reply by Mr. F. Podmore. ordinary margin of consciousness; not only those...being too elaborate for the facts, as endowing traasitory moments of subconscious intelligence with more continuity and independence than they really...
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The Riddle of Personality

H.Addington Bruce - 1908
...or permanently, rise above it. And I conceive also that no Self of which we can here have cognizance is in reality more than a fragment of a larger Self...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation." 1 Here, in a paragraph, is Myers's famous theory of the subliminal self. Daring in conception, it was...
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Scientific Mental Healing

Henry Addington Bruce - Mental healing - 1911 - 258 pages
...or permanently, rise above it. And I conceive also that no self of which we can here have cognizance is, in reality, more than a fragment of a larger self...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation." It is the closing sentence, with its implications elaborated in the pages of " Human Personality and...
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Scientific Mental Healing

Henry Addington Bruce - Mental healing - 1911 - 258 pages
...or permanently, rise above it. And I conceive also that no self of which we can here have cognizance is, in reality, more than a fragment of a larger self...not so framed as to afford it full manifestation." It is the closing sentence, with its implications elaborated in the pages of " Human Personality and...
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