auto-suggestion


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Noun1.auto-suggestion - a system for self-improvement developed by Emile Coue which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s
self-improvement, self-reformation - the act of improving yourself
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auto-suggestion

[ˈɔːtəʊsəˈdʒestʃən] N(auto)sugestión f
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One hardly goes to the parish constable with a story of suicide imposed by witchcraft or auto-suggestion."
It was auto-suggestion. Witchcraft was in his head.
She said that she worked closely with the team and helped the company design the keyboard layout, add Morse sequences to the auto-suggestion strip above the keyboard and develop settings that allow people to customise the keyboard to their unique needs.
A ritual such as clocking in at a certain specified hour (for me, it is first thing in the morning before the distractions of the day, as I suspect is true for many other writers as well) or wearing certain clothes or eating certain foods or surrounding oneself with certain objects triggers a fall into the writing mood, as though by hypnosis or auto-suggestion, like Alice falling down the rabbit hole.
It allows drivers to quickly search for destinations using Telenav's auto-suggestion and one-box search feature.
Sophisticated, easy-to-use functionality like auto-suggestion and auto-recommendation allows business users to gain valuable insight, and produce and share clear, concise reports to meet ever-changing needs.
If they reply "Yes", I give the advice: "Continue with it then, and practise auto-suggestion also."
Search engines, and good discovery systems, typically try to fix your spelling error by asking, "Did you mean ...?" A traditional library database often doesn't provide this service, although spelling can sometimes be fixed by type ahead or auto-suggestion features.
Was his auto-suggestion relying on our belief that we are Greeks and only Greeks?
The merger of the two streams of the outlawed pseudo-sciences has empowered American political and social scientists with a working ability to effect limited mind-control through mass-suggestion over broad segments of the human race, even giving them the ability to pursue multiple separate streams of auto-suggestion in different war theaters, simultaneously.
After all, it's only an auto-suggestion among friends to tag your photo.
Schultz also developed a series of mental exercises based on his study of hallucinations, and these formulas were introduced in an advanced stage of training for therapeutic purposes and are similar to the techniques proposed by Emile Coue in his book Self-mastery Through Conscious Auto-suggestion, first published in 1922.