Memory.—The soul, or subjective mind, is the seat of memory, and retains within itself everything that the individual has ever said, thought, seen, heard, felt, read or been told; and, indeed, everything that has ever happened to him. It also contains race memory, and may, or may not, contain much of what we call Cosmic Purposes. Cosmic Purposes mean the Ideas of God. The soul of man, being in constant contact with the Soul of the Universe, might contact tremendous powers if it would turn to the One.
Conflict.—In the study of Psycho-analysis, which means the analysis of the soul, we learn that the subjective side of thought, being the seat of memory, often retains thoughts and suppressed emotions which more or less tear or bind. This is what is meant by inner conflict.
Inherited Tendencies.—The subjective, being the seat of memory, contains the race characteristics and tendencies. We do not inherit diseases, but we do inherit tendencies. This is the way that family and race traits are handed down.
Race-Suggestion.—The tendency to reproduce what the race has thought and experienced.
Prenatal Conditions.—The tendency to inherit family traits.
Images of Thought.—The soul, or subjective mind, contains all of our thoughts as mental images or pictures.
Auto-Suggestion.—The soul receives the suggestions of the individual.
Reason Deductive Only.—That which is subjective can reason deductively only.
Body.—The definite outline of flesh, containing all of the ideas which go to make the complete physical instrument.
Effect.—That which follows cause. The body is always an effect.
Affairs.—That which happens to the external man.
Conditions.—External things, the result of thought.