A hundred years ago: Notes on mental suggestion. November/December 2013; 257 (1766):38

Notes on mental suggestion

05 Dec 2013Pais-up subscribers

The sister was asked to send herself to sleep, which she promptly did; she was then told to get in touch with her sister’s subjective mind; this was accomplished in about two minutes; she was further told to communicate with the other mind that the pain was to cease immediately, which it did. This lady knew nothing whatever about transference or the subjective mind, nevertheless she was able to say when en rapport with the sister’s subjective mind, so presumably she did know, more particularly as her suggestion was at once obeyed.

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