The Unconscious Mind. Kenneth WALKER, G. I. Gurdjieff related.

The Unconscious Mind.

London: Rider & Company, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 256pp. Navy cloth with silver titling etc. to spine, index. Kenneth Macfarlane Walker (1882–1966) was a prominent British surgeon and prolific author who was a member of Ouspensky's London "Fourth Way" group, and who visited Gurdjieff in Paris a number of times. In this work he addresses the psychological theories on the nature of the unconscious, and explores evidence for the paranormal faculties of the human mind such as telepathy, prophetic dreams, radiesthesia etc., as well as presenting theories about the part of the brain that might be responsible for the phenomena. From the library of the US Air Force Research Division of Hanscom AFB, with only minimal markings: ink stamp on front pastedown and title page. Otherwise light shelf wear, a bit of pencil and pen underlining throughout (but not excessive). Overall a tight, clean and serviceable Good + copy in VG+ dust jacket. (Dust jacket just lightly rubbed and darkened, not clipped. Now in protective mylar cover). Uncommon in dust jacket. Item #67930

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