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Photographic Studies in Hypnosis, Abnormal Psychology (1938)

Ofersƿefn (on Nīƿum Englisce and hƿīlum on Englisce hypnosis gehāten) is mōdig byrdness oftost geƿorht þurh endebyrdnesse þe is ofersƿefnlic settung gehāten. Ofersƿefnbǣre cƿidas magon fram ofersƿefnsettende gegifen ƿesan oþþe magon fram selfe gegifen ƿesan. Sēo nytt ofersƿefnes tō hǣlenne is "ofersƿefnes hǣlu" gehāten (oþþe ānfealdlīce "ofersƿefnhǣlu").

Þæt ƿord "ofersƿefn" is geƿorht of þǣm geþōhte þæt sēo byrdness is gesibb sƿefne, ac on ƿitunge is hit hīere þonne sƿefn, oþþe "ofer" sƿefne. Hit is fram þǣm ƿorde "hynosis" (þe is fram "neuro-hypnosis", ƿordlīce "(fēlend)-seonu-sƿefn", fram þǣm Scotiscan lǣce Jamese Braide ymb 1841 gemacod) selfe ēðod; þæt ƿord "hypnosis" self is efne gebrocen on þǣm mǣstum dǣle ōðerra sprǣca. James self scēop his ƿeorc on þǣm geforðod fram Franze Mesmere and his folgiendum ("Mesmerscipe" oþþe "dēora blōmtēong" ), ac he ne gelīefde sƿā sƿā Franz ymb þǣre ƿīsan be þǣre þe sēo endebyrdness ƿorhte.

Ƿiþ folclicne gelēafan þæt ofersƿefn is gecynd unƿitunge gelīc sƿefne, andƿeard cneordlǣcung ēoƿaþ þæt hit is sōþlīce þurhƿacol byrdness ānmōdes[1] and grēatran befæstendes cræftes[2], mid gelytlodre ōran sihþe.[3] In þǣre forman bēc be þǣre lāre, Neurypnology (1843), Braid tōmearcod "hypnotism" ("ofersƿefn") tō byrdnesse līchāmlicre slacunge gefērlǣced and beƿorht be mōdigre ānmōdsettunge ("abstraction").[4]

Frumtrahtas[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. "Information for the Public. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis."
  2. Lyda, Alex. "Hypnosis Gaining Ground in Medicine." Columbia News
  3. p. 22, Spiegel, Herbert and Spiegel, David. Trance and Treatment. Basic Books Inc., New York. 1978. ISBN 0-465-08687-X
  4. Braid, J. (1843) Neurypnology.