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Ten or fifteen minutes later they will suddenly look up and answer. The question was there, but at the moment it was asked, the person was in this state of abstraction and there was an immediate dissociation of the question, it became split off from the main stream of consciousness. When the state of abstraction was terminated a synthesis took place, the question became conscious where before it was subconscious. Here we have an example of the conservation of an absent-minded experience, although the conserved experience was dissociated.
On another occasion her left 38 EXPLORATION OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS hand, which was not writing, was very cold and she had a recollection of feeling a breeze on her left side. These observations are in accord with similar phenomena frequently described in abnormal mental conditions when subconscious ideas produce emotional feelings in the subject, whether of exaltation, depression, or fear. In the great majority of occasions while writing, Mrs. Verrall was in a “perfectly normal condition,” although often she felt sleepy and a few times lost consciousness of her surroundings.
The Subconscious Mechanism in Everyday Life In everyday life a number of these dissociations may take place; for instance the forgetting of a name, absent-mindedness, slips of the tongue and pen, purposeless actions, the feeling of having experienced an entirely new sensation before or having previously been in a place which we are visiting for the first time (paramnesia or illusions of memory). The forgetting of a name is a very prominent instance of a normal dissociation of consciousness. Brill) —New York, 1913.
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