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“Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.”

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.[15]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.[16] 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.” [17]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.[15]

La méthode Coué
Continuously, unjustly, and mistakenly trivialised as just a hand-clasp, some
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.
It tentatively began (c.1901) with very directive one-to-one hypnotic inter-
ventions, based upon the approaches and techniques that Coué had acquired
from an American correspondence course.
As his theoretical knowledge, clinical experience, understanding of
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.
What an amazing gift! My God…did you know that we can heal ourselves by changing the way we look at things? We can train ourselves to stop our minds from running our lives. We can realize that if we don’t have something nice to say, we don’t say anything at all. We…I did not know this until I knew this. When I come to know this, I cannot not know this. If we are proving a point…we need say nothing at all. (Inspired by lyric from musical medicine…) I have lived my life from a place without the knowing that I really do have a choice and absolutely nothing to fear.
I woke at 3:15 this morning and I went to lie back down. I laid there for a few moments in the dark and I realized that I can sleep when I am dead. I have meditation and medicine and my writing…I have my girl and our dogs and our morning. This morning I wanted to wake to the wonder and beauty of my life. Changing the way I look at things is changing my life. Slowly and so surely that I cannot not feel it…”Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.”
Have a beautiful Saturday everyone! I hope this mantra helps you too. I invite you to say it with me, morning and night, without fail…teach it and share it…know it and grow it. Let’s get out there and heal ourselves, shall we? I love you!

I come to the garden alone…

Sitting silent in the garden with my Mom. I am at peace. I am grateful. I am blessed.

My prayers have been answered. I am on a warriors path and my time to rise up is upon us. I, much like Nahko, am gathering the nations. Nahko has been my musical medicine from the start. Thank you Nahko. My mentor in poetry and truth and musical medicine and someone I feel honored to have met in Denver in December. If you’ve not googled this guy, take a moment  for yourself and look him up. Nahko and Medicine For The People. I have never been inspired, moved or healed more by music than that of Nahko. Thank you Nahko for paving the way and for the love and inspiration. I love you! My FJ Cruiser is the Nahko Medicinemobile and my Sanctuary . I spend a lot of time with you there my Brother.

Authors and teachers…ministers and coaches…colleagues and competitors…those here in body and those who have shed their bodies…friends and adversaries…family and acquaintances…next of kin and neighbors…community and compassion circles…doctors and patients…Reiki and her servants, more often called Master. I am because you are. Umbuntu.

My Mom left the garden before me this afternooon and I was not so sad, as I know she is always right next to me in some form. Be it a butterfly or a hummingbird…the sun and the moon…a breeze or a whisper…a moment or a memory. My Mom shed a body that she was way too big for. We shall all do the same some day. We are all dying, every moment, for we are not here for always. We are here now and that is all we have…this moment.

One of my Moms all time favorite songs was “The Garden”. We sang it with her in church and she sang it to us as kids and we played it at her funeral. I thought you might enjoy the lyrics, so here you go:



The Garden

I come to the garden alone,

While the dew is still on the roses,

And the voice I hear falling on my ear,

The Son of God discloses…

And He walks with me, and He talks with me,

And He tells me I am His own,

And the joy we share as we tarry there,

None other, has ever, known!

He speaks and the sound of His voice,

Is so sweet the birds hush their singing,

And the melody that he gave to me,

Within my heart is ringing . . .

And He walks with me, and He talks with me,

And He tells me I am His own,

And the joy we share as we tarry there,

None other, has ever, known!

And the joy we share as we tarry there,

None other, has ever, known!


Words and Music by C. Austin Miles, 1912


God is in is. We are in God. We are God. We must understand that before we will ever understand ourselves. “I will give you an orange to show me where God is.” an Avatar. The Avatar, in response says, “I will give you two oranges if you show me where God is not”. Thank you Dr. Wayne Dyer and Neale Donald Walsch and Ram Dass for the inspiration and the beauty and delivery of your words, in language I can appreciate understand. I love you!

Have a beautiful evening everyone. I love you.