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Miss Beauchamp when awakened, entirely ignorant of what she had been doing, complained of a bitter taste in her mouth, but could not identify it, and I did not enlighten her. ” Chris laughed and thought it was a good joke. ” This remark, later verified by Miss Beauchamp, was one of many which showed Chris had knowledge of Miss Beauchamp’s thoughts. The sequel to this episode was amusing. At a later period I was engaged in making an experimental study of visions, and for the purpose had Miss Beauchamp (BI) 1 “The Dissociation of a Personality,” pp.

Immediately Mr. G. ” This was done because it was well known to the other members of the party that Mr. G. had a THE SUBCONSCIOUS 27 profound distaste for chocolate pie. Meanwhile the waiter had brought the dessert (chocolate pie) to Mr. , who by that time had finished his conversation with Professor H. Then, as if just coming to himself, Mr. G. turned to his companion and said, “Who said chocolate pie? ” In the second case, a woman had given a check for a certain amount. For certain reasons, some two years later, it became necessary for her to recall the signature on the check, the exact date and place and the bank on which the check was drawn.

The question was there, but at the moment it was asked, the person was in this state of abstraction and there was an immediate dissociation of the question, it became split off from the main stream of consciousness. When the state of abstraction was terminated a synthesis took place, the question became conscious where before it was subconscious. Here we have an example of the conservation of an absent-minded experience, although the conserved experience was dissociated. As will be shown later, suggestibility is increased in normal abstraction or absent-mindedness, a feature which makes it closely related to the artificial hypnotic, states.

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