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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
How to Direct One's Thinking

reasoning to a desired conclusion, the will of the reasoner holds the attention steadfastly to those elements that it is desired to emphasize. The ones thus emphasized are in this way made the points of association, the common factors, with which the next idea must accord and to which it must relate. It thus appears that, by controlling the attention we can direct the associative processes and compel them to our will.
Attention is the holding in consciousness of a thought complex, either alone or in company with others.
Concentrated attention is exclusive attention to a single thought complex.
Concentration is an intense form of attention. If other subjects are allowed to enter conscipusness, concentration

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