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" I distinguish them by designating one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. The objective mind is that of ordinary, waking consciousness. Its media of cognition are the five physical senses. Its highest function is that of reasoning.... "
The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 66
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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Die allöopathie: Ein wort der warnung an kranke jedor art

Samuel Hahnemann - Homeopathy - 1831 - 32 pages
...its broadest terms, as the first proposition of my hypothesis. For convenience I shall designate the one as the Objective mind, and the other as the Subjective mind. These terms will be more fully explained at the proper time. "The second proposition is, that the subjective...
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The Law of Psychic Phenomena: A Working Hypothesis ..., Volume 52; Volume 258

Thomson Jay Hudson - Hypnotism - 1893 - 409 pages
...consideration. They are, — First, that man is possessed of two minds, which we have distinguished by designating one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. Secondly, that the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by the power of suggestion. These...
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The Practitioner, Volume 51

Family medicine - 1893
...subjective mind." " The objective mind takes cognisance of the objective world. Its media of observation are the five physical senses; its highest function is that of reasoning." We may fancy that we have heard of this before; but when we come to the " subjective mind " which "...
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The Arena, Volume 13

1895
...its broadest terms, as the first proposition of my hypothesis. For convenience I shall designate the one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. . . . The second proposition is, that THE SUBJECTIVE MIND is CONSTANTLY AMENABLE TO CONTKOL BY SUGGESTION. The...
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A Scientific demonstration of the future life

Thomson Jay Hudson - Future life - 1895 - 310 pages
...a dual mind. For the sake of clearness, as well as for the want of a better term, I have designated one as the " objective mind " and the other as the " subjective mind." " The subjective mind takes cognizance of its environment by means independent of the physical senses. It...
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The Law of Psychic Phenomena: A Working Hypothesis for the Systematic Study ...

Thomson Jay Hudson - Parapsychology - 1896 - 409 pages
...consideration. They are,— First, that man is possessed of two minds, which we have distinguished by designating one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. Secondly, that the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by the power of suggestion. These...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 35

Homeopathy - 1900
...under consideration. They are : First, that man is possessed of two minds, which we have distinguished by designating one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. Secondly, that the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by the power of suggestion. These...
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The Law of psychic phenomena

Thomson Jay Hudson - 1902 - 409 pages
...consideration. They are, — First, that man is possessed of two minds, which we have distinguished by designating one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. Secondly, that the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by the power of suggestion. These...
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Mind Power and Privileges

Albert B. Olston - Christian Science - 1902 - 406 pages
...its broadest terms, as the first proposition of my hypothesis. "For convenience I shall designate the one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. " The second proposition is that the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by suggestion. " The...
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A Scientific Demonstration of the Future Life

Thomson Jay Hudson - Future life - 1903 - 326 pages
...a dual mind. For the sake of clearness, as well as for the want of a better term, I have designated one as the " objective mind " and the other as the " subjective mind." " The subjective mind takes cognizance of its environment by means independent of the physical senses. It...
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