How much of what we call "mind" exists below our consciousness? Can we access seemingly inaccessible memories? Is it possible to train and focus the conscious mind to tap our unconscious reserves?
In this forgotten classic from 1903, William Walker Atkinson-one of the most influential thinkers of the early-20th-century "New Age" philosophy of New Thought-explores the unknown realms of human memory and how we can increase our personal power and grow as mindful beings by becoming more aware of our own psyches. Atkinson discusses:
. the subconscious storehouse
. attention and concentration
. acquiring impressions
. eye perception and memory
. ear perception and memory
. remembrance, recollection, and recognition
. and more.
American writer WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON (1862-1932) was editor of the popular magazine New Thought from 1901 to 1905, and editor of the journal Advanced Thought from 1916 to 1919. He authored dozens of New Thought books under numerous pseudonyms, some of which are likely still unknown today, including "Yogi Ramacharaka" and "Theron Q. Dumont."