Oferswefn

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Oferswefn (on Nīwum Englisce and hwīlum on Englisce hypnosis gehāten) is mōdig byrdness oftost geworht þurh endebyrdnesse þe is oferswefnlic settung gehāten. Oferswefnbǣre cwidas magon fram oferswefnsettende gegifen wesan oþþe magon fram selfe gegifen wesan. Sēo nytt oferswefnes tō hǣlenne is "oferswefnes hǣlu" gehāten (oþþe ānfealdlīce "oferswefnhǣlu").

Þæt word "oferswefn" is geworht of þǣm geþōhte þæt sēo byrdness is gesibb swefne, ac on witunge is hit hīere þonne swefn, oþþe "ofer" swefne. Hit is fram þǣm worde "hynosis" (þe is fram "neuro-hypnosis", wordlīce "(fēlend)-seonu-swefn", fram þǣm Scotiscan lǣce Jamese Braide ymb 1841 gemacod) selfe ēðod; þæt word "hypnosis" self is efne gebrocen on þǣm mǣstum dǣle ōðerra sprǣca. James self scēop his weorc on þǣm geforðod fram Franze Mesmere and his folgiendum ("Mesmerscipe" oþþe "dēora blōmtēong" ), ac he ne gelīefde swā swā Franz ymb þǣre wīsan be þǣre þe sēo endebyrdness worhte.

Wiþ folclicne gelēafan þæt oferswefn is gecynd unwitunge gelīc swefne, andweard cneordlǣcung ēowaþ þæt hit is sōþlīce þurhwacol 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" ("oferswefn") tō byrdnesse līchāmlicre slacunge gefērlǣced and beworht be mōdigre ānmōdsettunge ("abstraction").[4]

Frumtrahtas[adihtan]

  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.