Friday, January 15, 2016

Emile Coue - Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion

Emile Coue-self mastery through conscious autosuggestion

You know I have done quite a bit of stuff here about mantras.
And most people associate mantras with the East.
But there is a famous mantra from the West that a lot of you may be familiar with.
"Every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better"
Yes it gets a lot of crap from people...probably for being TOO simple.
But does it work?
When Émile Coué came up with this conscious autosuggestion phrase, he had discovered what came to be known as the placebo effect.
Could it be that something so simple could heal you?
Well C. (Cyrus) Harry Brooks wrote a lot of books on Coué, and he said that his success rate was 93%.
The people that weren't helped were skeptics that refused to accept the idea that the "trick" as he called it, could help them.
Now some reporters said that the benefits from Coué's method were temporary and might be explained by being caught up in the moment during one of Coué's events.
Possibly yes.
But could it also be the old thing that once you start feeling stop?
I know I have done that with meds.
You are supposed to take them for 7 days and after 3 days you feel better so you quit.
And you get sick again.

As always, I am field testing this and I will report back later on how it works for me.

Couple of things that I noticed.... pictures, he is almost always smiling.
Two...he never charged a cent for his treatments.

If you would like to read more, you can check out "The Practice of Autosuggestion by C. Harry Brooks" at Project Gutenberg here:

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Carole Dore - The Best in Manifesting in 2015

Carole Dore - The Best in Manifesting in 2015

Without a doubt, the most popular person on this blog in 2015 was Carole Dore.
Louise Berlay, RHJ and Genevieve Behrend were all popular, but Carole beat them all out.
Her "mantra", "I am at one with a tremendous amount of money", her "The Emergency Handbook For Getting Money FAST!" and her "smelling money to manifest" were all very popular.

As I said in the article I wrote, it really didn't do a thing for me.
I tried it for 0ver 60 days and nothing happened at all.
But I am not everyone so maybe someone out there has had some success with it.

It really seemed to anger some people that I said that it didn't work for me.
But it didn't.
I'm not gonna lie.
I have always said that if I found anything that did work, I would share it with everyone for free.
So far....that has not happened.

So feel free to try her techniques.
You can get her PDFs online at her site here:

And I DO wish you luck.
I really do hope that it works for someone.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

"It Works" and the "Magic of Believing"

"It Works" and the "Magic of Believing"

If you have not read "It Works: The Famous Little Red Book That Makes Your Dreams Come True!" by RHJ and "The Magic of Believing" By Claude Bristol, then do yourself a favor and do it.
"It Works" was written in 1923 so it came before 1948's "The Magic of Believing".
RHJ's book may be one of the ones that Bristol read in his quest for knowledge.
The two are very complementary.
In "It Works" RHJ tells you to decide on what you want and write it down making a list.
Claude Bristol says the same thing, but his desires are placed on a card like an index card and he also has other tricks for reinforcing it like the "Mirror Technique."

Also you may note that in RHJ's book, contrary to most current New Thought ideas, he says to to list what you want.
No have....want.
In the follow up book, "The Meaning of the Mark", he mentions several times people writing down their desires as in, "I Want" not "I Have".
But he also does say that you should feel as though you already have these things, so it is a combination of both.
That may go round to where Joseph Murphy said that saying "I have" is pointless at first, because you do not "have" and your mind knows you are lying to it.
He advocated saying "Health" instead of "I am healthy".

Anyway, like I said, if you have not read "It Works" by RHJ and "The Magic of Believing" By Claude Bristol, do it and look for the similarities.
And you can throw in RHJ's "The Meaning of the Mark" for good measure.

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