psychorrhagy

psychorrhagy

the manifestation of a person’s soul to another, usually at some distance from the body. — psychorrhagic, adj.
See also: Soul
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To refer to this separation or detachment of a psychical component of human beings, Myers coined the term "psychorrhagy," and referred to the propensity for this experience as a "psychorrhagic diathesis" (Vol.
To refer to processes which transcend the physical world while at the same time interact with it Myers (1903) gave us such terms as metheterial, psychical invasion, and psychorrhagy. Richet's (1922) crypthesthesia, Sudre's (1926) prosopopesis and Roll and Pratt's recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis (Pratt & Roll, 1958) were designed to separate the conceptualization of our phenomena from spiritual connotations.