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The Subliminal Consciousness

Myers, Frederic W.H.

 This Arno Press anthology consists of articles originally published in the Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, 1888-1895. They were selected by James Webb for the Arno series, The Occult. Myers was a pioneer not only in parapsychology, but is being increasingly recognized in psychology as well. This volume may be considered as a supplement to Myers' classic Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death. In these papers he documents how he arrived at the concept of the "subliminal self." Some of the areas covered were not included in Human Personality, and if included, were not as fully treated as here. The selections, by title, are as follows: "Automatic Writing"; "The Daemon of Socrates"; "General Characteristics of Subliminal Messages"; "The Mechanism of Suggestion"; "The Mechanism of Genius"; "Hypermnesic Dreams"; "Sensory Automatisms and Induced Hallucinations"; "The Mechanism of Hysteria"; "Motor Automation"; "The Relation of Supernormal Phenomena to Time-Retrocognition" and "The Relation of Supernormal Phenomena to Time-Precognition."
Publisher Information:New York: Arno Press, 1976. 593p. Bibliographical footnotes
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