Noun(1) the act of inducing hypnosis
(1) Mystery is our playground and mesmerism is our bedfellow.(2) Their ranks were equalled by marginal figures, if not blatant quacks, who also meddled in nerves through mesmerism , hypnotism, and erotic life therapies.(3) Particularly after the dramatic and well-publicized cure of the journalist Harriet Martineau, interest escalated amongst the intellectual Ôö£┬«lite in therapeutic mesmerism and its use as an anaesthetic during surgery.(4) Hypnosis has been popular in both mainstream and complementary medicine since the huge enthusiasm for mesmerism in the 19th century.(5) But in 1639, one hundred years before Mesmer, a book was published in Europe upon the use of mesmerism in the cure of wounds, and bore the title, The Sympathetical Powder of Edricius Mohynus of Eburo.(6) These modernist Manhattanites are probably most closely associated with the neo-classical composer and his macro-minimalist mesmerism .(7) He was well known in religious circles and was seen as somewhat unusual in his thinking, often expressing an interest in mysticism, mesmerism and later, in the growing Spiritualist movement in America.(8) What seems more likely is that BrontÔö£┬¢ was drawing on her knowledge of the science of mesmerism .(9) Another psychologist, E.M. Thornton, extends the analogy between hypnotism, mesmerism , and exorcism.(10) In 1784, the French commission investigating mesmerism found that subjects appeared to know when and where they should have a convulsion only if the mesmerist was present to provide the cues.(11) This is clearly the case with spiritualism or the unsupported assertion that human beings must have had some supernatural help in their evolution but not the case with phrenology, mesmerism , anti-vaccination and radical land reform.(12) Zvolen pulled some kind of mesmerism on me or something!(13) They called it mesmerism , hypnotism, suggestion, I know not what?(14) The Moon is the queen of mesmerism and mystification.(15) He devoted his life to the species problem but also became a popular authority on many topics, including spiritualism, mesmerism , and phrenology.(16) She even thought that mesmerism and hypnotism were occult arts.
1. hypnotism ::
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