Control of the Mind 1929

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 224 pages
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A handbook of applied psychology for the ordinary man. Contents: systems of mental development and their aims; autosuggestion, its uses and limitations; how habits may be formed and broken; emotions and how they may be controlled; instincts and their sublimation; concentration; fatigue and rest; how we remember; dreaming and reality; inferiority and domination; destruction of the inferiority complex; mental efficiency and religion.

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