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" My first attempt to influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually ceased to eat, and in a quarter of an hour was profoundly... "
Hypnotism and Suggestion in Therapeutics, Education, and Reform - Page 231
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1901 - 344 pages
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Natural and mesmeric clairvoyance

James Esdaile - 1852 - 272 pages
...at him silently over a wall, while he was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at the distance of twenty yards. He gradually ceased to eat,...of my being in his neighbourhood ; and always with like results. Having been long familiar with the power of habit and expectation before Hypnotism or...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Parapsychology - 1885
...made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while ho was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually...of my being in his neighbourhood, and always with like results. With this case we might compare Retchenbach's account of repeatedly waking a somnambulist...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research,VOL.III (containing parts VIII and IX) 1885 - 1885
...made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually...of my being in his neighbourhood, and always with like results. With this case we might compare Reichenbach's account of repeatedly waking a somnambulist...
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The Cleveland Medical Gazette, Volume 9

Albert Rufus Baker, Samuel Walter Kelley - Medicine - 1894
...influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was eating his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually ceased to eat, and in a quarter of an hour was perfectly entranced and cataleptic. This was repeated at most untimely hours when he could not possibly...
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The Psychic Factor: An Outline of Psychology

Charles Van Norden - Psychology - 1894 - 223 pages
...by gazing silently upon him over the wall, as the patient was engaged eating his dinner; the laborer gradually ceased to eat, and in a quarter of an hour was perfectly entranced and cataleptic. This was repeated at untimely seasons, and when the operator's...
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Cleveland Medical Gazette, Volume 9

Albert Rufus Baker, Samuel Walter Kelley - Medicine - 1893
...influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was eatiug his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually...•ceased to eat, and in a quarter of an hour was perfectly entranced and cataleptic. Tbis was repeated at most untimely hours when he could not possibly...
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