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your own mentality. The other is the process by which consciousness, , the mind that governs our outward lives, is made up o f such elements as attention selects for it.
Mark these important conclusions. Somehow and somewhere the mind retains the impress of all past experiences. Many are constantly being employed in our active, conscious mental life. Far the greater part are stored in the great reservoir o f subconsciousness. Some are subject to voluntary recall; others are there, but are said to be " forgotten." They may be recalled by an exaltation of the memory, but for the moment are out of mind, because in the course of events our interests have changed and these so-called "forgot

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ten " experiences are not related by any association of ideas with the subject of our present thought.
This subconsciousness is a reservoir of ideas, emotions and motor impulses bound into groups by similarities and contiguities of time, space and the like. These groups are in turn linked together by common elements into systems termed complexes. This subconsciousness is a reservoir of unfathomable depth; consciousness is but a passing ripple upon its surface.
As our personal interests change with the exigencies of life, we correspondingly adjust the processes of attention and association on behalf of these interests. So it comes about that upon interest and attention depends the

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