mesmerism

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Englisch - Türkisch
hipnotizma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) mesmerizm
(Tıp) mermercilik
ipnotizma
hipnotizma ile tedavi
{i} ipnoz
{i} manyetizma
ondokuzuncu yüzyılda manyetizma ile hastaların tedavi edilebileceklerini ileri süren bir teori
bütün dikkatini çekmek
(Tıp) Manyetizma ile tedavi usulü; hipnotizma ile tedavi
hipnoz
Englisch - Englisch
The method or power of gaining control over someone's personality or actions
Known also as animal magnetism or hypnotism - it is the practice of lulling people into a sleep-like trance for the purpose of behavior modification
Healing force by which a well-intentioned man exerts his strong will over a patient with or without touching him, or even at some distance, in such a way that the vital force of the healthy mesmerizer gifted with this power dynamically flows into the patient
The belief in Franz Anton Mesmer's theory in the power of "animal magnetism" and the use of magnets to guide healing forces; may involve a trance state during which paranormal abilities are facilitated
The art of inducing an extraordinary or abnormal state of the nervous system, in which the actor claims to control the actions, and communicate directly with the mind, of the recipient
So called from Friedrich Anton Mesmer, of Mersburg, in Suabia, who introduced the science into Paris in 1778 (1734-1815 )
the act of inducing hypnosis
An early form of hypnotism
control over someones personality or actions
See Animal magnetism, under Magnetism
An 18th century movement begun in France by the Austrian doctor Franz Anton Mesmer, who believed that astrological influence on humans was conveyed through a force or substance similar to magnetism He first began treating patients with magnets or charged fluids but quickly modified his position, theorizing that cures were actually coming from an energy or mysterious "magnetic fluid" coming from the hands, voice, or nervous system of the practitioner This invisible substance or magnetism was thought to be similar to electro-magnetism and was dubbed "Animal Magnetism " Mesmer's pupils were later able to induce a "magnetic sleep" (trance state or hypnotic condition) in their patients The term Mesmerism eventually became analogous with hypnosis
{i} hypnotism; compelling attraction; theories and ideas of Franz Mesmer on animal magnetism
Mesmer
{i} Franz Mesmer (1734-1815), German doctor who claimed to heal patients by correcting their "animal magnetism" through methods similar to hypnotism
mesmer
Austrian physician who tried to treat diseases with a form of hypnotism (1734-1815)
mesmerism

    Silbentrennung

    mes·me·ri·sm

    Türkische aussprache

    mesmırîzım

    Aussprache

    /ˈmesmərˌəzəm/ /ˈmɛsmɜrˌɪzəm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mez-m&-"ri-z&m als ] (noun.) 1784. French mesmérisme; so called after Franz Anton Mesmer (1734-1815), a German physician who developed the animal magnetism theory.

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