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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Focusing internally, imagery/visualization, and music for relaxation also had relatively high use overall (M = 1.85 - 1.92, SD = .82 - .90) Furthermore, analysis revealed that the majority of subjects reported "never" using autohypnosis, autogenic training, blank meditation, bracing, color, cue words, mantra meditation, and Transcendental Meditation(C) for performance enhancement.
Since D'lo's "snapping" and "beating" are not the actual events of the "overstimulation," it is obvious that Will's "deja vu" is not childhood hypnosis, but adult autohypnosis, another "exceptional state" (Fliess, p.
Use yoga, transcendental meditation, autohypnosis, biofeedback, or the relaxation response to slow down your emotional system.
Tapes for autohypnosis were used for reinforcement.
I think Bliss (1986) made a good case for supposing that many instances of multiple personality are self-generated by a kind of autohypnosis. Powerful suggestions from other persons may markedly affect another one.
Existing data suggest that hypnosis efficacy is enhanced in subjects who are susceptible to the treatment modality, with experienced investigators, when administered over several sessions, and when reinforced by patient autohypnosis. Children in particular appear to respond well to hypnosis as a tool for improving asthma symptoms.