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Telepathy and the Subliminal Self by R. Osgood Mason

Telepathy and the Subliminal Self is an intriguing exploration of the mysteries surrounding the human mind and its potential for telepathic connections. Written by R. Osgood Mason, this book offers a detailed and thought-provoking introduction to the realms of extrasensory perception.

Mason dives deep into the concept of the subliminal self, the hidden aspects of our minds that we may not even be aware of. He expertly combines scientific research, psychological studies, and anecdotal evidence to shed light on this enigmatic realm. As a reader, I found myself captivated by the author's ability to present complex theories in a clear and accessible manner, making the subject matter approachable even for those who are new to the field.

One of the strongest aspects of Mason's work is his ability to balance skepticism and open-mindedness. While he acknowledges the skepticism of mainstream science when it comes to telepathy, he also presents a wealth of compelling evidence that suggests the phenomenon might be more prevalent than we think. Through a combination of historical accounts, personal experiences, and scientific experiments, Mason creates a convincing case for the existence and significance of telepathy.

Moreover, the book offers practical exercises and techniques to help nurture and develop our own telepathic abilities. Mason provides step-by-step instructions on how to enhance our mental and spiritual faculties, providing readers with a tangible way to explore and harness their hidden potential. This aspect adds a practical dimension, making the book not just a source of knowledge but also a guide to personal growth.

While Mason's writing style is academic and occasionally dives into technical jargon, he successfully maintains a readable narrative throughout the book. He explains complex concepts with clarity and presents a well-structured flow that keeps the reader engaged and eager to explore further.

If there is a criticism to be put forth, it would be the lack of alternative perspectives in the book. While Mason provides a solid foundation for the existence of telepathy, his arguments predominantly rely on supporting evidence, leaving little room for counterarguments or different interpretations. Exploring different viewpoints could have added depth and further stimulated the reader's curiosity in this fascinating field.

In conclusion, Telepathy and the Subliminal Self is a captivating exploration of telepathy, delving into the depths of the human mind and its potential for hidden connections. R. Osgood Mason presents a well-researched and comprehensive account, offering convincing evidence while providing practical tools for personal exploration. Whether one is a skeptic or a believer, this book serves as an intriguing introduction to an extraordinary aspect of human consciousness.

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[Illustration: NATHAN EARLY

Phototype from an Automatic Painting. (See page 196.)]



BY R. OSGOOD MASON, A.M., M.D. Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine


Copyright, 1897, BY HENRY HOLT & CO.


To whatever conclusions it may lead us, there is no mistaking the fact that now more than ever before is the public interested in matters relating to the "New Psychology." Scarcely a day passes that notice of some unusual psychical experience or startling phenomenon does not appear in popular literature. The newspaper, the magazine, and the novel vie with each other in their efforts to excite interest and attract attention by the display of these strange incidents, presented sometimes with intelligence and taste, but oftener with a culpable disregard of both taste and truth.

The general reader is not yet critical regarding these matters, but he is at least interested, and desires to know what can be relied upon as established truth amongst these various reports. There is inquiry concerning Telepathy or Thought Transference is it a fact or is it a delusion? Has Hypnotism any actual standing either in science or common sense? What of Clairvoyance, Planchette, Trance and Trance utterances, Crystal Gazing and Apparitions?

In the following papers intelligent readers, both in and out of the medical profession, will find these subjects fairly stated and discussed, and to some of the questions asked, fair and reasonable answers given... Continue reading book >>

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