This autosuggestion must be made with confidence, with faith, with the certainty of obtaining what is desired.
The thought of crime now becomes a sort of obsession or rather an autosuggestion.
It is at this point that the ordinary book on autosuggestion breaks down—so far as any practical usefulness is concerned.
Its connection with the phenomena of autosuggestion is very clear.
I am now going to show you how everyone can profit by the beneficent action of autosuggestion consciously applied.
Then the autosuggestion "bobs up," common sense is side-tracked, we toss and worry—and of course stay awake.
I have no doubt that this kind of autosuggestion plays a large rôle in her mind.
His story illustrates the power of an autosuggestion and the disastrous effect of attention to a physiological function.
Amazed at the results obtained by the autosuggestion which you made known to me, I thank you with all my heart.
I am told by physicians that I am bodily sound, although very nervous, and that the fear is generated entirely by autosuggestion.
autosuggestion au·to·sug·ges·tion (ô'tō-səg-jěs'chən)
The dwelling upon an idea, thought, or concept, thereby inducing some change in the mental or bodily functions.
The process by which a person induces self-acceptance of an opinion, belief, or plan of action.