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" ... suggestions involving marked changes in her behavior; finally in the hypnotic state she voluntarily expressed regret for her past life, and of her own accord made good resolutions for the future which she carried out when awake; and the improvement... "
Hypnotism and Suggestion in Therapeutics, Education, and Reform - Page 139
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1901 - 344 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 163

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1896
...trivial matters, such as to sweep her room — then suggestions involving marked changes in her behavior; finally in the hypnotic state she voluntarily expressed...This is an unusual but by no means a unique case. M. Voisiu has reported others equally striking ; and M. Dufour, medical director of another asylum, has...
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The representative significance of form: an essay in comparative aesthetics

George Lansing Raymond - Aesthetics - 1900 - 514 pages
...good resolutions for the future, which she carried out when awake, and the improvement in her conduct was permanent. Two years later M. Voisin wrote that...hospital, and that her conduct was irreproachable." There are several other of our religious conceptions that a recognition of these analogies between...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers - Personality - 1903 - 1360 pages
...resolves for the future. Two years later, M. Voisin wrote to me (July 31st, 1886) that she was then a nurse in a Paris hospital, and that her conduct was irreproachable. It appeared, then, that this poor woman, whose history since the age of thirteen had been one of reckless...
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909, Volume 4

Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1906
...trance—trivial matters, such as to sweep her room—then suggestions involving marked changes in her behavior; finally in the hypnotic state she voluntarily expressed...reported others equally striking; and M. Dufour, medical (lirector of another asylum, has also found hynotism " able to render important service in the treatment...
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Human personality and its survival of bodily death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immortality - 1907 - 470 pages
...resolves for the future. Two years later, M. Voisin wrote to me (July j1st, 1886) that she was then a nurse in a Paris hospital, and that her conduct was irreproachable. It appeared, then, that this poor woman, whose history since the age of thirteen had been one of reckless...
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The Psychology of Inspiration: An Attempt to Distinguish Religious from ...

George Lansing Raymond - Psychology, Religious - 1908 - 340 pages
...good resolutions for the future, which she carried out when awake, and the improvement in her conduct was permanent. Two years later M. Voisin wrote that...hospital, and that her conduct was irreproachable." There are several other of the accredited results of religious influence that a recognition of these...
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