autosuggestion


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autosuggestion

a process of suggestion in which the person unconsciously supplies or consciously attempts to supply the means of influencing his own behaviour or beliefs
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Provocative, Reframing, Autosuggestion and the prayer techniques) in the treatment of voluntary idleness among female adults, the outcomes confirmed that women who are compulsively idle can be assisted to embrace income-generating economic activities.
5) Autosuggestion was the term used in the early 1900s for saying positive thoughts to oneself.
In the 1920s, the world was further softened up by French psychologist Emile Coue who invented the concept of self-affirmation through autosuggestion.
A little profanity or a little intellectual detachment at these times is of material help in the process of autosuggestion.
Autosuggestion is a safe, simple and ancient technique for programming the subconscious mind to help us feel how we want to feel, and achieve the things that we want to achieve.
An alien has seduced him Through autosuggestion, & he can never touch his wife Again.
Those numbers are obviously arbitrary, but people nevertheless are influenced by them--the phenomenon of autosuggestion.
The narrow line between fiction and reality, the danger of confusing the one with the other, the grotesque autosuggestion created, destructively, in "Ce pauvre Monsieur Catnap" by a cynical psychopath playing cat and mouse with him, are specific concerns of the writer, showing here how "monstres et merveilles somnolent de l'autre cote du miroir.
In it, Hill stressed the notion of optimistic autosuggestion, the process of training the subconscious mind, which had been introduced by French psychologist Emile Coue in 1920 in his Self-Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion.