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Moffat, Yard, 1909 - Electronic books - 401 pages

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Page 323 - And Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole ; and it came to pass, that if a serpent bad bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived.
Page 324 - And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease.
Page 323 - And the LORD said unto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole : and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it shall live.
Page 86 - Suggestion A suggestion is, we might say at first, an idea which has a power in our mind to suppress the opposite idea. A suggestion is an idea which in itself is not different from other ideas, but the way in which it takes possession of the mind reduces the chances of any opposite ideas; it inhibits them.
Page viii - ... interesting and instructive. The book belongs to a series intended to discuss for a wider public the practical applications of modern psychology. It professes to elucidate the relations of psychology to medicine, and this, not with the idea of stirring up interest, but rather of bringing an already present interest from mere gossip, vague mysticism, and medical amateurishness to a clear understanding of principles.
Page 1 - Miinsterburg puts his concept of psychotherapy clearly when he said: Psychotherapy is the practice of treating the sick by influencing the mental life. . . . [It] is sharply to be separated from psychiatry, the treatment of mental diseases. Of course to a certain degree, mental illness too, is open to mental treatment; but certainly many diseases of the mind lie entirely beyond...
Page ix - I want to strengthen the public feeling that the time has come when every physician should systematically study psychology, the normal in the college years and the abnormal in the medical school.
Page 191 - ... far away from the conditions which cannot ultimately be changed but to which he has to return. The instinct of the physician has to find the middle way between a temporary removal of irritation which really allows a development of new energies and a mere interruption which simply damages the acquired relative adjustment. Every cause of friction which can be permanently annihilated for the patient certainly should be removed. This negative remedy demands its positive supplement. The patient must...
Page 317 - Muensterberg, will be perfectly able to find room for such cures and, if it is the duty of the scientific physician to make use of every natural energy in the interest of the patient's health, he has no right to neglect the overwhelming powers of the apparently mysterious states.
Page 327 - In the year 1866, I discovered the Christ Science or divine laws of Life, Truth, and Love, and named my discovery Christian Science. God had been graciously preparing me during many years for the reception of this final revelation of the absolute divine Principle of scientific mental healing.

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