We enter this hallucinatory sphere in the opening paragraph of the prologue.
Another aspect of the book is a certain degree of hallucinatory imagery, influenced by how Junger spent the 1950s.
I barely made it to my couch, where I lay curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight minutes.
“I lay curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight hours,” Dowd wrote in the column.
She then won an Oscar… in a hallucinatory vision during the illness, leading her to pursue a career in acting.
Imagination-images may be carried to a hallucinatory pitch by good visualisers.
She had insight into the hallucinatory nature of these visions.
Breakdown of theory of Telepathy, when hallucinatory figure causes changes in physical objects.
There are no hallucinatory phases in the conditions or causes.
Gurney regards this transparency as indicating imperfect externalisation of the hallucinatory image.
hallucinatory hal·lu·ci·na·to·ry (hə-lōō'sə-nə-tôr'ē)
Of or characterized by hallucination.
Inducing or causing hallucination.