Mental Medicine: A Theoretical And Practical Treatise On Medical Psychology

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 220 pages
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1872. Evans hopes that this work will influence the revival of the divine method of healing the sick. Partial Contents: The Gift and Art of Healing; Qualifications of the Psychopathic Practitioner; Conditions of the Patient Favorable to a Cure; The Conscious Impressible State; How to Induce the Impressible State; Medical Psychology and the Limitations to its Abuse; Auto-Magnetism or Self-Healing; Phreno-Magnetism and its Use in Medical Psychology; Nervous Sensitiveness and Inharmonious Influences; The Duality of the Mind and Body, and the Positive and Negative Distinction in the Psychic and Magnetic Forces of the Organism; The Brain, and Psychic and Nerve Centers; Effect of the Psychopathic Treatment of the Spine at Spinal Nerves; How to Avoid Exhaustion and the Imbibing of the Diseased Condition of the Patient; Power from on High, or Spiritual Aid Necessary to Success in the Cure of Disease by Medical Psychology; Mental Medicine, or the Sanative Value of the Psychic Force.

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