Suggestion and Autosuggestion

Suggestion and Autosuggestion : A Psychological and Pedagogical Study Based Upon the Investigations Made by the New Nancy School

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This title, originally published in 1920, second edition in 1924, has been largely forgotten in the history of hypnosis. Charles Baudouin's first book, it is an important account of the early theories discovered by the New Nancy School, widely recognised as the founding school of modern day hypnosis. The author provides a detailed discussion of autosuggestion, as well as providing some practical suggestions.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 140 x 216mm | 363g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138829021
  • 9781138829022

Table of contents

Translator's Preface. Author's Preface to the Third French Edition. Author's Preface to the First Edition. Introduction: What is Suggestion? Part 1: Spontaneous Suggestion 1. Why do we Ignore Autosuggestion? 2. Typical Examples 3. Representative Suggestions (Images, Judgments, Hallucinations, Hallucination by Compromise and by Transfer) 4. Affective Suggestions (Sensations, Emotions, the Peripheral Theory of Emotion) 5. Affective Suggestions, continued (Sentiments, Tendencies, Passions) 6. Active or Motor Suggestions (Habits, Mediumistic Phenomena; Sayings and Doings, Happenings) 7. Motor Suggestions, continued (Functional and Organic Modifications, Maternal Impressions, Cures) 8. Conditional Suggestions 9. The Action of Sleep 10. Theoretical and Practical Conclusions (the Laws of Suggestion) Part 2: Reflective Suggestion 1. The Law of Reversed Effort 2. The Outcropping of the Subconscious: Relaxation 3. Education of the Outcropping: Collectedness 4. A Psychological Equivalent for Attention: Contention 5. Autohypnosis 6. General Rules for the Practice of Autosuggestion 7. Examples and Special Rules 8. Autosuggestion and Moral Energy Part 3: Induced Suggestion 1. Autonomy of the Subject 2. Preliminary Exercises 3. Coue's Practice 4. Concrete Results (Suggestion and Psychoanalysis) 5. Acceptivity and Suggestibility 6. A Contribution to the Theory of Hypnosis 7. Suggestion in the Education of Children 8. General Methods of Application. Conclusion: Suggestion and the Will. Glossary. Index.show more