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NORMAL PROCESSES OF DISSOCIATION
The Dial Of Attention

in life, as you see it, receives your attention. Whatever receives your attention is emphasized while in consciousness, and is afterwards kept close at hand in subconsciousness ready for use.
Desire, interest and will, then, set the dial of attention. Attention sounds the gong that marks certain elements of experience for special emphasis. Meanwhile the myriad other facts of experience not so particularly designated are dissociated from the important ones and busily stored away in less convenient archives.

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CHAPTER II
PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Abnormal Dissociation

THERE are many conditions in which this process of dissociation goes beyond
the limit of what is normal that is, it goes beyond the mere setting aside of those things that are irrelevant to our present interests.
When such excessive dissociative activity occurs, it results in the sidetracking from consciousness of sensory material that should be available for our present use. Dissociative activity

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