- body photism
- A term used to denote a type of *photism (i.e. a hallucinated patch of light) consisting of a light emanating from one's own body. Body pho-tism has occasionally been reported in association with * out-of-body experiences. It should not be confused with the parapsychological notion of the * luminous phenomenon.ReferencesArzy, S., Idel, M., Landis, Th., Blanke, O. (2005).Speaking with one's self. Autoscopic phenomena in writings from the Ecstatic Kabbalah. Journal ofConsciousness Studies, 12, 4-30.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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