Things are possessed of a soul element and continuously emanate this atmosphere.
Each city or town has a special atmosphere which is the result of the mental emanations of those who inhabit it. The same may be said of nations; each has its national mentality.
The history of the whole race is subjectively written on the unseen walls of time, and may be reproduced by one who can read the race- mentality.
Telepathy, which is the act of reading subjective thought takes place through the medium of Universal Subjectivity. In order to mentally receive a message, and bring it to the surface, one must be in tune with the vibration of that message.
Since the whole field of subjectivity is Universal, it follows that everything that has ever been thought, said or done, is retained in the race- thought; and since this field is a unit, all of the vibrations are ever present, and may be contacted at the point of any one's mentality.
In his objective state, man is separate and distinct, but on the subjective side of life he is universal.
The conditions necessary for the best results in psychic work are faith and expectancy; this is because the subjective mentality is the seat of the instinctive emotions and responds to feeling.
A psychic, going into more or less of a subjective state, is able to enter the vibration of an individual's thought and read from the book of his remembrance. The personal reading seems to be limited to the subjective remembrance, although this is often very far-reaching.
Each maintains a stream of consciousness in the One Mind, and any one contacting this stream may objectify it. Because of the Universality of the Medium, the individual stream of consciousness is always omnipresent, whether the one from whom it emanated be in the flesh or out of it.
Time and space are unknown in Mind, the past and the present are one. In reading the thought of people set down in books, we enter their vibration, and in studying their thoughts we enter their stream of consciousness.
Every one who ever lived on earth has left behind a mental picture of himself; these pictures are often seen when one is