Somnambulism and cramp (Google eBook)

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C. Blanchard, 1860 - Sleepwalking - 253 pages
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Contents

Standing and kneeling 143145
143
Music
145
CHAPTER XII
148
CHAPTER XIII
151
Sensitive women usually virtuous
152
Mental depressions altering the odic emanations 154157
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Moral suffering causes an odpositive disturbance of the odic equilibrium
157
Vexation and anger 158160
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Violent excitement weakening odic perception 160162
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Venting anger a relief for odic illness 162163
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By outcries 165166
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Odic perception weakened by fright 166167
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Cramp caused by jealousy
167
128 By joy 168169
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129 By surprise 169170
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By mental excitement
170
By emotions in dreams 171172
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133 Summary 172173
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CHAPTER XI
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Somnambulic prophecy 175176
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False somnambulic prediction 177178
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Od generated by muscular force 178180
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Experiment with a mirror 180182
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Dr Blass control over Miss Beyer 182183
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Other experiments with Miss Beyer 183185
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The author gets control of Miss Beyer 185187
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The somnambulist does not confound her conscien tiousness with that of the operator 187188
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The established facts of clairvoyance 188191
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Some general remarks on clairvoyance 191192
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A clairvoyant prophecy by Miss Reichel 192193
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Predictions by other somnambulists 193195
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Limits of objective clairvoyance 195197
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Miss Weigands celestial revelations 197199
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Clairvoyant reading the thoughts of others 199201
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Miss Reichel frightened by an imaginary dog 201202
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151 Clairvoyants not hearing when spoken to 202203
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Clairvoyance not necessarily belonging to somnam bulism 203204
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Acuteness of odic perception and somnambulism
204
CHAPTER XV
210
CHAPTER XVI
226
Uprightness and vanity 232233
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THE NATURE OF SOMNAMBULISM
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