Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion
Suggestion, or rather Autosuggestion, is quite a new subject, and yet
at the same time it is as old as the world.
It is new in the sense that until now it has been wrongly studied and
in consequence wrongly understood; it is old because it dates from
the appearance of man on the earth. In fact autosuggestion is an
instrument that we possess at birth, and in this instrument, or rather
in this force, resides a marvelous and incalculable power, which
according to circumstances produces the best or the worst results.
Knowledge of this force is useful to each one of us, but it is peculiarly
indispensable to doctors, magistrates, lawyers, and to those engaged
in the work of education.
By knowing how to practice it consciously it is possible in the first
place to avoid provoking in others bad autosuggestions which may
have disastrous consequences, and secondly, consciously to provoke
good ones instead, thus bringing physical health to the sick, and
moral health to the neurotic and the erring, the unconscious victims
of anterior autosuggestions, and to guide into the right path those
who had a tendency to take the wrong one.
In order to understand properly the phenomena of autosuggestion, it is necessary to know that two absolutely distinct selves exist within us. Both are intelligent, but while one is conscious the other is unconscious. If we compare the conscious with the unconscious self we see that the conscious self is often possessed of a very unreliable memory while
the unconscious self on the contrary is provided with a marvelous
and impeccable memory which registers without our knowledge the
smallest events, the least important acts of our existence. Further, it
is credulous and accepts with unreasoning docility what it is told.
Thus, as it is the unconscious that is responsible for the functioning
of all our organs but the intermediary of the brain, a result is
produced which may seem rather paradoxical to you: that is, if it
believes that a certain organ functions well or ill or that we feel such
and such an impression, the organ in question does indeed function
well or ill, or we do feel that impression.
Every thought entirely filling our mind becomes true for us and tends
to transform itself into action. Discover how autosuggestion can improve your health and general well-being.
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