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" Emotions upon sensation, exciting, as stated at the commencement, ordinary sensations, excessive and morbid sensations, or suspending them altogether. 1. Thought strongly directed to any part tends to increase its vascularity, and consequently its sensibility.... "
A philosophy of therapeutics: the foundation of which rests upon the two ... - Page 192
by Eldridge C. Price - 1904 - 336 pages
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a ..., Volumes 54-55

Medicine - 1872
...After a number of interesting illustrations, Dr. Daniel Take lays down the following conclusions : — 1. Thought strongly directed to any part, tends to...especially when this is occasioned by emotion, lessens its sensibility. The activity of the cerebral functions during deep intellectual operations, excludes...
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The Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 32

Medicine, Eclectic - 1872
...After a number of interesting illustrations, Dr. l»aniel Tuke lays down the following conclusions : 1. Thought strongly directed to any part, tends to...especially when this is occasioned by emotion, lessens its sensibility. The activity of the cerebral functions during deep intellectual operations, excludes...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of ..., Volume 53

American Institute of Homeopathy, American Institute of Homeopathy. Session - World's Homśopathic Convention - 1897
...of this very trusting to the senses that we have so questionable a collection of drug pathogenesies. Much has been written about the influence of the mind...condition induces a general sensitiveness to impressions — intolerance of noise, for example, or cutaneous irritation. " 2. Thought, strongly directed away...
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Illustrations of the influence of the mind upon the body in health and diseases

Daniel Hack Tuke - 1884 - 482 pages
...commencement, ordinary sensations, excessive and morbid sensations, or suspending them altogether. 1. Thought strongly directed to any part tends to...especially when this is occasioned by Emotion, lessens its sensibility. As the activity of the cerebral functions during deep intellectual operations excludes...
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Illustrations of the influence of the mind upon the body in health and ...

Daniel Hack Tuke - Mind and body - 1884 - 482 pages
...any special part, an excited emotional condition induces a general sensitiveness to impressions—an intolerance of noise, for example, or cutaneous irritation....especially when this is occasioned by Emotion, lessens its sensibility. As Gesture speaketh to the eye, and therefore a number of such persons whose eyes...
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 7

Medicine - 1885
...vessels of the skin. After a study of these cases, Dr. Tuke is led to the following conclusions: — 1. "Thought strongly directed to any part tends to...especially when this is occasioned by emotion, lessens its sensibility. The activity of the cerebral functions during deep intellectual operations, exclude...
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Mind and Health: With an Examination of Some Systems of Divine Healing

Edward Ebenezer Weaver - Mental healing - 1913 - 500 pages
...emotional, states." In speaking of the influence of the emotions on sensations, Tuke, page 207, says : — "1. Thought strongly directed to any part tends to...especially when this is occasioned by emotion, lessens its sensibility. " 3. The emotions may cause sensations, either by directly exciting the sensory centers...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of ..., Volume 53

American Institute of Homeopathy, American Institute of Homeopathy. Session - World's Homśopathic Convention - 1897
...upon the Body " : " 1. Thought, strongly directed to any part, tends to increase its vasculari ty, and consequently its sensibility. Associated with...condition induces a general sensitiveness to impressions — intolerance of noise, for example, or ciitaneous irritation. " 2. Thought, strongly directed away...
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Journal of Orificial Surgery, Volume 5

Edwin Hartley Pratt - Surgery, Orificial - 1897
...sensibilitj' to feelings, effected by associating with a powerful motion; it will be more strikingly manifest when not directed to any special part. An excited,...emotional condition induces a general sensitiveness to impression, and an intolerance to noise, or an irritability of the skin (cutaneous irritation). 2....
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