Good morning everyone! Happy Saturday to you! This morning’s blog is inspired by my interpretation of reading of the “Conversations With God” books by Walsch. If you haven’t, I highly recommend that you get these books, as they have changed my life and my outlook on life. Neale is a gifted and amazing writer and these books are gifts to each of us from God…the divine…whomever you call your higher self…and you will not be disappointed. With all of my love and thanks to my dear sister Eileen who loaned me her copies and gifted me the opportunity to open my eyes and my heart to these writings. With all of my love and thanks to Neale for having the faith, the strength and the courage to write these amazing works and to gift them to us.
Reading yesterday I came across a sentence that changed my life…my perspective and my outlook on life. “Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.” This sentence and it’s origin I share with you now. We must begin to heal ourselves to heal our world. Will you take my hand and repeat this mantra with me morning and night, every day and without fail, to heal yourself? At least 20 times a day…”Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.”? Will you heal with me?
Thank you Wikipedia for the following information on this mantra.
The application of his mantra-like conscious autosuggestion, “Every day, in every way, I’m getting better and better” (French: Tous les jours à tous points de vue je vais de mieux en mieux) is called Couéism or the Coué method.Some American newspapers quoted it differently, “Day by day, in every way, I’m getting better and better.” The Coué method centered on a routine repetition of this particular expression according to a specified ritual—preferably as many as twenty times a day, and especially at the beginning and at the end of each day. When asked whether or not he thought of himself as a healer, Coué often stated that “I have never cured anyone in my life. All I do is show people how they can cure themselves.” Unlike a commonly held belief that a strong conscious will constitutes the best path to success, Coué maintained that curing some of our troubles requires a change in our unconscious thought, which can be achieved only by using our imagination.
Although stressing that he was not primarily a healer but one who taught others to heal themselves, Coué claimed to have effected organic changes through autosuggestion.
unwarranted optimism, and a ‘mantra’, Coué’s method evolved over several
decades of meticulous observation, theoretical speculation, in-the-field testing,
incremental adjustment, and step-by-step transformation.
ventions, based upon the approaches and techniques that Coué had acquired
from an American correspondence course.
suggestion and autosuggestion, and hypnotic skills expanded, it gradually
developed into its final subject-centred version—an intricate complex of
(group) education, (group) hypnotherapy, (group) ego-strengthening, and
(group) training in self-suggested pain control; and, following instruction in
performing the prescribed self-administration ritual, the twice daily intentional
and deliberate (individual) application of its unique formula, “Every day, in
every way, I’m getting better and better”.
Yeates (2016c), p.55.