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" Our habitual or empirical consciousness may consist of a mere selection from a multitude of thoughts and sensations, of which some at least are equally conscious with those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except... "
The Newer Spiritualism - Page 11
by Frank Podmore - 1911 - 320 pages
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Demon Possession and Allied Themes: Being an Inductive Study of Phenomena of ...

John Livingston Nevius - China - 1894 - 482 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self except that, among my potential selves, this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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Studies in Psychical Research

Frank Podmore - Parapsychology - 1897 - 458 pages
...habitually live is not the only consciousness in connection with our organism. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self except that, among many...itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life." There is in each of us an abiding psychical entity far more extensive than he knows, an individuality...
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Mind Power and Privileges

Albert B. Olston - Christian Science - 1902 - 406 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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Psychology and Common Life: A Survey of the Present Results of Psychical ...

Frank Sargent Hoffman - Mind and body - 1903 - 286 pages
...live is not the only consciousness in connection with our organism." "I accord," he says, "no primacy to my ordinary waking self except that among many...itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life." This subliminal self, in his opinion, can never express itself completely through any corporeal manifestation....
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The Society for Psychical Research: Its Rise & Progress & a Sketch of Its Work

Edward T. Bennett - 1903 - 57 pages
...may consist of a mere selection from a multitude of thoughts and sensations. Our ordinary waking self has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. But other thoughts, feelings, and memories, either isolated or in continuous connection, may form a...
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Metaphysical Phenomena: Methods and Observations

Joseph Maxwell - Parapsychology - 1905 - 448 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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Metapsychical Phenomena: Methods and Observations

Joseph Maxwell - Parapsychology - 1905 - 448 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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The Naturalisation of the Supernatural

Frank Podmore - Parapsychology - 1908 - 374 pages
...comparatively unimportant " I accord no primacy," he writes, "to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest...darkness, or has not yet called into conscious activity. " Each of us," he continues, " is in reality an abiding psychical entity far more extensive than he...
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The Other World: Spiritualism and Psychical Research in England, 1850-1914

Janet Oppenheim - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1988 - 503 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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Dark Twins: Imposture and Identity in Mark Twain's America

Susan Gillman - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 217 pages
...those that we empirically know. I accord no primacy to my ordinary waking self, except that among my potential selves this one has shown itself the fittest to meet the needs of common life. I hold that it has established no further claim, and that it is perfectly possible that other thoughts,...
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