The primary process strives for a discharge of the excitement in order to establish a perception identity with the sum of excitement thus gathered; the secondary process has abandoned this intention and undertaken instead the task of bringing about a thought identity.
Other avatars, like Babaji, undertake work which is concerned more with the slow evolutionary progress of man during the centuries than with any one outstanding event of history.
This was a clew, and I then recalled that I had undertaken a voyage of discovery with the small niece of the parson and had been led into a fruit cellar.
onder without life or motion, I undertook a reconnoitering journey into the conformation of this other gallery.
Since the beginning of the war I have not ceased to insist that it is a crime to undertake social and economic reforms in war-time.
You will sustain loss if not careful in undertaking new enterprises, or associating with strangers.
When you have reached the stage of development in which it will be safe for you to undertake conscious astral explorations, then will your guide be at hand, and the instruction furnished you by those capable of giving it to you.
Sir John then publicly offered to undertake the much greater labour of collecting and publishing a similar Statistical Account of England; but unhappily the then Archbishop of Canterbury refused to sanction it, lest it should interfere with the tithes of the clergy, and the idea was abandoned.
Each undertook his proper duty in accordance with his own nature and powers.
Believing that he had undertaken the campaign out of greed for gold, she caused molten gold to be poured into the throat of the corpse.
I undertook this military business, tho' I did not conceive myself well qualified for it.
When Miss Mills undertook the office and returned with Dora, exhorting us, from the pulpit of her own bitter youth, to mutual concession, and the avoidance of the Desert of Sahara!
She undertook such jobs and was frequently employed, as she was very honest and always fixed a fair price and stuck to it.
People are apt to undertake expeditions that they would not take under less favorable conditions, and they are less careful in their conduct.
“I perceive, Avdotya Romanovna, that you seem disposed to undertake his defence all of a sudden,” Luzhin observed, twisting his lips into an ambiguous smile, “there’s no doubt that he is an astute man, and insinuating where ladies are concerned, of which Marfa Petrovna, who has died so strangely, is a terrible instance.
I was so young and childish, and so little qualified—how could I be otherwise?—to undertake the whole charge of my own existence, that often, in going to Murdstone and Grinby’s, of a morning, I could not resist the stale pastry put out for sale at half-price at the pastrycooks’ doors, and spent in that the money I should have kept for my dinner.
I have undertaken this dangerous and perilous adventure.
We must undertake especial studies in the very rich literature.
As the bodies were not found I undertook a careful search of his home, of the oven, of the cellar, the drains, etc.
In early manhood, I undertook the responsibilities of a householder, and have one daughter, now married.
Senegal In January 1994, Senegal undertook a bold and ambitious economic reform program with the support of the international donor community.
Interrupted by the angry cries of the Left, and rebuked by the President, Miliukov insisted that the proposition of peace concluded by popular assemblies, not by diplomats, and the proposal to undertake peace negotiations as soon as the enemy had renounced annexations, were pro-German.
Therefore I undertook the commission.
The sultan would have undertaken much more difficult things to have arrived at the enjoyment of his desires, which he expected soon to accomplish.
Whether it was sug- gested by Bathsheba's recent act of promotion or not, the farmer proposed at the interview that Gabriel should undertake the superintendence of the Lower Farm as well as of Bathsheba's, because of the necessity Boldwood felt for such aid, and the impossibility of discovering a more trustworthy man.
There is an opportunity for those with both mental and physical aptitudes to undertake the solution of the problem.
This consideration satisfied her, and at the same time removed all the difficulties which might have prevented her from undertaking the service she had promised her son with the sultan.
To dream of machinery, denotes you will undertake some project which will give great anxiety, but which will finally result in good for you.
Whether the government of Britain could undertake the management of the bank, to derive a revenue from it, ib.
The Nautilus was built to rest on the ocean floor, and I don’t need to undertake the arduous labors, the maneuvers d’Urville had to attempt in order to float off his sloops of war.
His own engagements had not allowed him leisure time to undertake the errand, and he had most kindly suggested that it should be transferred to me.
But I regard another point as important, and will here confess that it was on account of this very point that I have just undertaken this entire discussion concerning the two psychic systems, their modes of operation, and the repression.
And, after my return from the frontier, he would have had me undertake the conduct of such an expedition with provincial troops, for the reduction of Fort Duquesne, Dunbar and his men being otherwise employed; and he proposed to commission me as general.
It was to break down this terriblechain of facts, and to show that each piece of evidence takenseparately was unproved and fantastic, that I undertook the case.”
It is of the highest importance that every individual should learn as early as possible in life what career he is best fitted to undertake.
My sister was never left alone now; but Joe more than readily undertook the care of her on that Sunday afternoon, and Biddy and I went out together.
“I will undertake all the arrangements, the funeral and that.
I do not wish to undertake the analysis of belief at present, since it will be the subject of the twelfth lecture; for the present I merely wish to emphasize the fact that recognition, in our second sense, consists in a belief, which we may express approximately in the words: "This has existed before."
To take strychnine or other poisonous medicine under the advice of a physician, denotes that you will undertake some affair fraught with danger.
Like the ancient paladins, he has only undertaken this war to obtain a look from his lady love.
It is strange that men do not understand, before undertaking a vocation, so elemental and fundamental a thing as the question of carelessness and carefulness.
There is a tradition that Cervantes read some portions of his work to a select audience at the Duke of Bejar's, which may have helped to make the book known; but the obvious conclusion is that the First Part of "Don Quixote" lay on his hands some time before he could find a publisher bold enough to undertake a venture of so novel a character; and so little faith in it had Francisco Robles of Madrid, to whom at last he sold it, that he did not care to incur the expense of securing the copyright for Aragon or Portugal, contenting himself with that for Castile.
“Have you ever seen a messenger you once sent to me,” I inquired, “since he undertook that trust?”
At the name of the princess of Bengal, and supposing that there could exist no other princess of Bengal than her upon whose account he had undertaken his travels, he hastened towards the kingdom of Cashmeer, and upon his arrival at the capital took up his lodging at a khan, where the same day he was informed of the story of the princess, and the fate of the Hindoo magician, which he had so richly deserved.
That’s the message,’ I readily undertook its transmission.
Under the spur of this question he undertook the translation of the sagas and developed his now widely recognized ideas of folk life and folk education, which later were embodied in the Grundtvigian folk schools.
He proceeded by degrees to undertake larger transactions, until at length he became rich.
For example, if found with the end of the line sloping downwards in the left hand, and having become straight or lying across the palm in the right--the student is safe in concluding that the subject has not been able to follow his natural bent, but by the force of circumstances has been obliged to make himself more practical, to study business methods, and to have undertaken a training towards practicality and level-headedness in order to rise equal to the circumstances that he found himself forced to meet.
The mysterious habits of Phileas Fogg were recalled; his solitary ways, his sudden departure; and it seemed clear that, in undertaking a tour round the world on the pretext of a wager, he had had no other end in view than to elude the detectives, and throw them off his track.
Oak went to the recumbent form of Matthew Moon, who usually undertook the rough thatching of the home- stead, and shook him.