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" There is no sensation, whether general or special, excited by agents acting upon the body from without, which cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centres; such sensation being referred by the mind to the point... "
A Philosophy of Therapeutics: The Foundation of which Rests Upon the Two ... - Page 193
by Eldridge C. Price - 1904 - 336 pages
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Illustrations of the Influence of the Mind Upon the Body in Health and ...

Daniel Hack Tuke - Mind and body - 1872 - 444 pages
...without, which cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory ganglia ; such sensation being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body. CHAPTER VIII. INFLUENCE OF THE EMOTIONS UPON THE VOLUNTARY MUSCLES. THE Emotions, by their action on...
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Illustrations of the Influence of the Mind Upon the Body in Health and ...

Daniel Hack Tuke - Mind and body - 1873 - 415 pages
...without, which cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory ganglia ; such sensation being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the bodv. CHAPTER VIII. INFLUENCE OF THE EMOTIONS UPON THE VOLUNTARY MUSCLES. THE Emotions, by their action...
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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
...without, which cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centres ; such sensation being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the bodv. CHAPTER VIII. INFLUENCE OF THE EMOTIONS UPON THE VOLUNTARY MUSCLES. THE Emotions, by their action...
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Psychology and Psychic Culture

Reuben Post Halleck - Psychology - 1895 - 368 pages
...cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centers, such sensations being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body." Contagion of Emotion by Sympathy. — It is remarkable how quickly an emotion will spread from one...
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Southern Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 15

1898
...without, which can not be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centres; such sensation being referred by the mind to the point...rigidly scientific experiments in drug pathogenesy, so a profos are these generalizations to the subject. And from these same conclusions, we can now understand...
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The Blues (splanchnic Neurasthenia) Causes and Cure

Albert Abrams - Neurasthenia - 1904 - 240 pages
...without, which cannot also be excited from within by emotional states affecting the sensory ganglia, such sensation being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body. ' ' The emotional states arrest the function of digestion and impair the bodily functions. Self-control...
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The Chicago Medical Recorder, Volume 28

Medicine - 1906
...without, which can not also be excited from within by emotional states affecting the sensory ganglia, such sensation being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body." These emotional states disturb digestion and impair the vegetative functions of the body in general....
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Man and his poisons: a practical exposition of the causes, symptoms and ...

Albert Abrams - Auto-intoxication - 1906 - 268 pages
...cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centers, such sensations being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body." Influence of the Mind on Physiologic Functions. — The influence of thought is instanced daily in...
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Diagnostic therapeutics: a guide for practitioners in diagnosis by aid of ...

Albert Abrams - Medical - 1910 - 1039 pages
...cannot also be excited from within by emotional states affecting the sensory centers, such sensations being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body." The influence of the mind on the body is illustrated every day by the introduction of some new fad...
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Suggestion, Its Law and Application; Or, The Principle and Practice of ...

Charles Fremont Winbigler - Mental healing - 1912 - 472 pages
...cannot be excited also from within by emotional states affecting the sensory ganglia, such sensations being referred by the mind to the point at which the nerve terminates in the body." CHAPTER X. THE PHILOSOPHY AND SPHERE OF SUGGESTION. One thing must be re-stated many times, although...
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