Emile Coué was a French psychologist and pharmacist who pioneered a method of psychotherapy, healing, and self-improvement called autosuggestion (autogenic training) during the 1920s. Autosuggestion allows us not only to escape from physical and mental ills, but also to live in relative happiness, regardless of the conditions in which we may find ourselves.
Coué is well-known for encouraging his patients to say to themselves 20-30 times each night before going to sleep, "Everyday in every way, I am getting better and better".
In this self-help classic, Coué offers a number of practical suggestions for positive thinking in self-improvement by using autosuggestion, and gives specific guidelines to follow to "turn your dreams into a reality".
- The Conscious Self and the Unconscious Self
- Will and Imagination
- Suggestion and Autosuggestion
- The Use of Autosuggestion
- How to Teach Patients to Make Autosuggestion
- Method of Procedure in Curative Suggestion
- The Superiority of this Method
- How Suggestion Works
- The Use of Suggestion for the Cure of Moral Ailments and Taints either Congenial or Acquired
- A Few Typical Cures
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