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" In this peculiar state of sleep, the surface of the body is sometimes acutely sensible, but more frequently the sense of feeling is absolutely annihilated. The jaws are firmly 'locked, and resist every effort to wrench them open ; the joints are often... "
Mesmerism in India, and Its Practical Application in Surgery and Medicine - Page 51
by James Esdaile - 1902 - 165 pages
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An Introduction to the Study of Animal Magnetism: With an Appendix ...

Jules Dupotet - Animal magnetism - 1838 - 388 pages
...be more or less complete, — that is to say, its phenomema may be more or less perfectly developed. In this peculiar state of sleep, the surface of the...ear ; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the physical state of lethargy, that the sleeper will remain...
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The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 23

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1838
...sleep, in which the patient becomes wholly insensible. In this stage, according to the Baron du Potet,* the surface of the body is sometimes acutely sensible,...ear; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the lethargy, that the sleeper will remain undisturbed and...
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An introduction to the study of animal magnetism

J Dupotet de Sennevoy (baron.) - 1838
...developed. In this peculiar state of sleep, the surface of the body is sometimes acutely sensible,—but more frequently the sense of feeling is absolutely...ear; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the physical state of lethargy, that the sleeper will remain...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 50

Medicine - 1838
...limbs inflexible ; and not only is the sense of feeling, but the senses of smell, hearing, and sight are so deadened to all external impressions, that...ammonia may be passed up the nostrils ; the loudest re. port suddenly made close upon the ear ; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil...
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Buchanan's Journal of Man, Volume 1

Phrenology - 1850
...smell, hearing, and sight also, are so deadened to all external impressions, that no pungent odor, loud report, or glare of light, can excite them in...ear; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the physical state of lethargy, that the sleeper will remain...
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Buchanan's Journal of Man, Volumes 1-2

Joseph Rodes Buchanan - 1850
...smell, hearing, and sight also, are so deadened to all external impressions, that no pungent odor, loud report, or glare of light, can excite them in...ear ; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the physical state of lethargy, that the sleeper will remain...
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Glimpses in the twilight: notes, records and examples of the supernatural

Frederick George Lee - History - 1885 - 456 pages
...excite them in the smallest or slightest degree. The body may be pricked, pinched, lacerated, or burned; fumes of concentrated liquid ammonia may be passed up the nostrils; the loudest reports made suddenly close upon the ear; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye;...
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MESMERISM IN INDIA AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION IN SURGERY AND MEDICINE.

JAMES ESDAILE, M.D - 1902
...to-day; there is little pain, and it did not swell till after he awoke. He has had chronic diarrhcea for some time; four and five motions a day, but has...ear; dazzling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye ; yet so profound is the physical state of lethargy, that the sleeper will remain...
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Multiple Personality, Allied Disorders, and Hypnosis

Eugene L. Bliss - Psychology - 1986 - 271 pages
...rigid, and the limbs indexible: and not only is the sense of feeling, but the senses of smell, healing, and sight, also, are so deadened to all external impressions,...loudest reports suddenly made close upon the ear: clax/ling and intense light may be thrown upon the pupil of the eye; yet so profound is the physical...
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