The Solar Plexus Or Abdominal Brain

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Advanced Thought Publishing Company, 1920 - New Thought - 64 pages
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Unfortunately, Google Books standardly very poor scanning and OCR work has ruined this wonderful and Important book. In all copies of "The Solar Plexus or Abdominal Brain" that I could find online that were "scanned" by Google Books, pages 16, 20, 21 are completely missing. The scanning has bent pages, unnecessary distortions and on the text versions apparently no proof reading has been done as about 90% of all pages have gross errors in OCR. GET IT TOGETHER GOOGLE BOOKS!!!!! If you want to consider yourself a contributor to the preservation of Human Culture PLEASE improve the quality of your products. Project Gutenburg is infinitely more attentive to such things as accurate reproduction. Your products are EMBARASSING. Of the approximately 200 downloadable public domain books scanned by GOOGLE BOOKS which I have personally viewed, at least 80%, have severe OCR errors on at least 80% of their pages, as a conservative estimate. Thus they are not accurately searchable - not to mention readable. 



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Page 13 - My theory is that the bodily changes follow directly the perception of the exciting fact, and that our feeling of these changes as they occur is the emotion.
Page 14 - We feel sorry because we cry, angry because we strike, afraid because we tremble, and not that we cry strike, or tremble because we are sorry, angry, or fearful.
Page 13 - If we fancy some strong emotion, and then try to abstract from our consciousness of it all the feelings of its bodily symptoms, we have nothing left behind.
Page 30 - of the body." Von Hartmann says: "The explanation that unconscious psychical activity itself appropriately forms and maintains the body, has not only nothing to be said against it, but has all possible analogies from the most different departments of physical and animal life in its favor, and appears to be as scientifically certain as is possible in the
Page 33 - We are compelled to acknowledge a power of natural recovery inherent in the body—a similar statement has been made by writers on the principle of medicine in all ages. The body
Page 29 - Our food is digested and transformed into the nourishing substances of the blood; then carried through the arteries to all parts of the body, where it is absorbed by the cells and used to replace the worn-out material, the latter then being carried back through the veins to the lungs, where the
Page 13 - whatsoever it may be, is felt, acutely or obscurely, the moment it occurs. If we fancy some strong emotion, and then try to abstract from our consciousness of it all the feelings of its bodily symptoms, we have nothing left behind.
Page 3 - are distributed to various parts of the head and neck; to the organs of special sense; and to some of the thoracic and abdominal organs. In the
Page 31 - all mental qualities, and at the same time we are equally clear that by no selfexamination can we say that we consciously exercise any of these mental powers over the organic processes of our bodies. One would think, then, that
Page 33 - real and as active an existence within us, as have the ordinary functions of the organs themselves." Hippocrates said: "Nature is the physician of diseases.

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