The influence of darkness upon the suggestibility of the sense-organs is well known.
When this happens you will have proof of your suggestibility.
"Expectancy" and "suggestibility" will, indeed, work marvels.
On the side of conduct his suggestibility is equally remarkable.
All that is needed is a higher degree of suggestibility than is found in the normal life.
We must remember that this is a special kind of suggestibility.
For purposes of illustration, here is a simple form of what is known as the "line" test for suggestibility.
We expect of the average man a certain amount of suggestibility.
It was through experiments on hypnotized subjects that scientists first learned of the suggestibility of the subconscious mind.
There is now a tendency to ascribe it to suggestibility or, as I should prefer, to receptivity.
suggestibility sug·gest·i·bil·i·ty (səg-jěs'tə-bĭl'ĭ-tē, sə-jěs'-)
Responsiveness or susceptibility to suggestion.
suggestible sug·gest·i·ble (səg-jěs'tə-bəl, sə-jěs'-)
Readily influenced by suggestion.