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"It put you under deeper than it put me. You're hardly around yet," Mather's voice continued, "but one would expect that. A trained psychologist is always the most difficult of all people to put under."
Jones got to his feet. Yes, they were his own familiar, comfortable, cornless feet. "Well," he remarked, "thank you for trying it out with me."
" Oh, nothing, nothing," said Mather airily. "But, take my advice, and leave such experimenting to trained psychologists. I don't mind telling you that you're looking pretty queer." He paused. Then he went on, with a note of grudging curiosity coming into his voice: "I may as well tell you that when I was a student I was hypnotized a number of times, for experimental purposes. But I don't remember ever having had any dreams at all like those I had during our little experiment. Did you have any queer fancies?"
Jones gave a noncommittal grunt. Mather stood for a moment, uncertain whether or not to probe further. Finally he said to himself, It must have been the Freudian "transference" working in dream-imagery form. But, I must say, I never expected the feeling-provoked fantasy could be so convincing. It is certainly not safe. Certainly not.
He walked to the door. "Well, good-by; and you'll take my advice, won't you? No more experimenting of this sort." Jones shook hands with him and got rid of him with another series of thanks.
When he returned from letting the little man out, he stood for a moment, still and silent in the middle of the room. Then he remarked to himself in a soft voice: "Maybe he is right.

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