Self-suggestion as distinguished from suggestion coming from another, especially in hypnotism. Autosuggestion is characteristic of certain mental conditions in which expectant belief tends to produce disturbance of function of one or more organs.
hypnosis induced by oneself.
Sending mental messages to the unconscious, self-programming.
A kind of suggestion that attempts to have prospects imagine themselves using the product.
hypnosis induced by yourself
Autosuggestion (or the related autogenic training) is a process by which an individual trains the subconscious mind to believe something, or systematically schematizes the person's own mental associations, usually for a given purpose. This is accomplished through self-hypnosis methods or repetitive, constant self-affirmations, and may be seen as a form of self-induced brainwashing. The acceptance of autosuggestion may be quickened through mental visualization of that which the individual would like to believe.