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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According to Pratima Kumar, the self-help coach who has created this concept, The Power of Positive Autosuggestion is about how you can lead an abundant and prosperous life, attract wealth, good health and harmonious relationship.
(f) suggestions, mutually exclusive of already imbedded 'ideas', could be intentionally self-administered (viz., conscious autosuggestion).
Live football Sky Sports 1, 7.45pm PAUL JEWELL, or Paul Jewell NOTW as Google's autosuggestion search insists on calling him, will only be in the stands when his new club Ipswich face Arsenal in the Carling Cup tonight, writes Michael Brear.
Having come to Lourdes to exalt the Creator and humble himself as his creature, Huysmans had at first adopted a naturalist practice in order to refute Zola's naturalist allegations--that the miraculous healings effected by the Virgin were produced by autosuggestion, by an abatement of nervous disorders, or by what Charcot had called lafoi qui guerit.
Some people have experimented with autosuggestion: telling themselves every night that they want to remember their dreams can help, and some have even tried writing down what they want to dream about, and holding an image of this in the mind as they drift off to sleep.
When a user starts entering a keyword for a search, a SPARQL query is constructed on the fly on every key press and an AJAX-enabled autosuggestion module is invoked.
Since neither Elisabeth nor Effi fully regains her health during the Kur, both authors anticipate the skepticism on the subject of the then common "Bade- und Trinkkuren"; Moll sarcastically attributes the so-called miracles at Lourdes, "wo der Glauben selig macht" (218), to autosuggestion, and furthermore suspects that improvement is based on the distractions of a new environment (214).
The therapist encourages the unspoken or unspeakable to reveal itself through a variety of analytic means (e.g., expressive techniques such as free association, dream analysis, autosuggestion).
Frankl believed in the power of will: "the ability to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances." Cou&233; proposed optimistic autosuggestion: "Every day in every way I'm getting better and better."
Simple techniques of autosuggestion, (75) for instance, jostled for pride of place with intensive psychoanalytic perspectives.
Those labeled witch often accept it stoically and fall prey to autosuggestion (Devi, Witch-Hunting 172).