26 THE LAW OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA.
powers under some conditions, and certain other attributes and powers under other conditions. It is sufficient to know that everything happens just as though he were endowed with a dual mental organization.
Under the rules of correct reasoning, therefore, I have a right to assume that man has two minds ; and the assumption is so stated, in its broadest terms, as the first proposition of my hypothesis. For convenience I shall designate the one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind. These terms will be more fully explained at the proper time.
The second proposition is, that the subjective mind is
CONSTANTLY AMENABLE TO CONTROL BY SUGGESTION.
The third, or subsidiary, proposition is, that the subjective MIND IS INCAPABLE OF INDUCTIVE REASONING.