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consciousness was interrupted, and if any mental operations were performed, they were of a subconscious character. Let us see what the facts show.
In the first place, whenever you fall asleep, there is always a first stage of "dozing off." Now, if you are gently aroused from this state, you will find that you are always in the middle of a dream, and you can trace its origin by a series of associations to your last conscious sense-impressions.
Again, suppose that after living in the country for some time, you move to the city and occupy a room in a downtown hotel. Your first night with its multitude of unaccustomed noises will bring you little repose. Yet, after a year of living in the same place, you

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Proof of Mind Activity During Sleep

will sleep as sweetly to the tune of street-cars, wagons and electric pianos as ever you did in the silence of the hills.
That the senses are less acute in sleep than when we are awake may be admitted. But when we are once asleep, they are just as sharp or just as torpid at the end o f the year as they were on that first distressful night.
Why is it, then, that you were annoyed on the first night, but were not disturbed by the same noises some months later? The noises, the physical surroundings, are the same; the change, then, is not in the physical world, but is in your own mind and its activity.
Clearly, the difference is identical with that we observed in the waking

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