As a non functional analyst, I stumbled over the following question:
Given a self-adjoint Operator $T:D(T) \subset H \rightarrow H.$ Assume we know that $T$ has some eigenvalue $\lambda$ which is isolated in the spectrum of $T$. The eigenvalue may be non-degenerate.
We do have an approximating sequence of eigenfunctions for $(T-\lambda),$ i.e. $(T-\lambda)x_n \rightarrow 0$ for $x_n \in D(T)$ normalized.
Now consider a closed restriction $S \subset T.$ Assuming $x_n \in D(S)$ and $(S-\lambda)x_n \rightarrow 0$ as well.
Does this imply that there is an eigenfunction to $T$ with eigenvalue $\lambda$ that is also in $D(S)$?