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" Speaking with tongues," ie, automatic utterance of words not belonging to any real language. Hallucination. — Any sensory perception which has no objective counterpart within the field of vision, hearing, etc., is termed a hallucination. "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page xiv
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1906 - 470 pages
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immortality - 1907 - 470 pages
...different forms in the same person. Discarnate. — Disembodied, opposed to incarnate. Disintegration oj Personality. — Used of any condition where the sense...in the bodily changes effected by self-suggestion. Hyperasthesia. — Unusual acuteness of the senses. Hypermnesia. — "Over-activity of the memory;...
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Space, Conrad, and Modernity

Con Coroneos - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 199 pages
...Myers's definitions of psychic terms give a sense of this relation. For example. 'Hallucination' is 'any sensory perception which has no objective counterpart within the field of vision, hearing eic.' while 'After-image' is 'a veridical picture of an object seen after removing the gaze from the...
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The Verdict: --?: A Study of the Probable Origin of Certain Physic Phenomena ...

Tertium Quid ([pseud.]) - Spiritualism - 1920 - 302 pages
...directly and not through the vocal organs of a medium. D'mcarnate*. Disembodied — opposed to Incarnate. Hallucination*. Any sensory perception which has no...counterpart within the field of vision, hearing etc., is called a hallucination. Hypnosis. The condition of a subject under the influence of Hypnotic Control...
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