Self-mastery through conscious autosuggestion
Suggestion, or rather Autosuggestion, is quite a new subject, and yet at the same time, it is as old as the world. It is new in the sense that until now it has been wrongly- studied and in consequence wrongly understood; it is old because it dates from the appearance of man on the earth.
In fact, autosuggestion is an instrument that we possess at birth, and in this instrument, or rather in this force, resides a marvellous and incalculable power, which according to circumstances produces the best or the worst results.
Knowledge of this force is useful to each one of us, but it is peculiarly indispensable to doctors, magistrates, lawyers, and to those engaged in the work of education. By knowing how to practise it consciously it is possible in the first place to avoid provoking in others bad auto-suggestions which may have disastrous consequences, and secondly, consciously to provoke good ones instead, thus bringing physical health to the sick, and moral health to the neurotic and the erring, the unconscious victims of anterior autosuggestions, and to guide into the right path those who had a tendency to take the wrong one.
In order to understand properly the phenomena of suggestion, or to speak more correctly of autosuggestion, it is necessary to know that two absolutely distinct selves exist within us. Both are intelligent, but while one is conscious the other is unconscious.
Every one has heard of somnambulism; everyone knows that a somnambulist gets up at night without waking, leaves his room after either dressing himself or not, goes downstairs, walks along corridors, and after having executed certain acts or accomplished certain work, returns to his room, goes to bed again, and shows next day the greatest astonishment at finding work finished which he had left unfinished the day before.
Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion, by Emile Coué 5
The Miracle Within, by M. Burnet-Provins... 36
Thoughts and Precepts, by Emile Coué 41
Observations on What Autosuggestion Can Do, by Emile Coué 48
A Survey of the "Séances" at M. Emile Coué's 55
Some Notes on the Journey of M. Coué to Paris in October 1919 62
Letters from Patients Treated by the Coué Method 65, 75, 78
Everything for Everyone! by Mme. Emile Leon 83
Education As It Ought To Be, by Emile Coué , 89
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