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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 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 marvelous 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 autosuggestions 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.


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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 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 marvelous 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 autosuggestions 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.

30 review for Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion

  1. 4 out of 5

    ♥ Ibrahim ♥

    This is an excellent book that should be taken for its own worth, given the time it was written in, the mindset of the times, the writing style of the times, etc. A lot has changed since then, but it still remains a charming, useful, delightful, informative, inspiring reference by a man I like and respect. I like to think of Placebo Effect in relation to what he has to say in the book and how that is all related to modern medical and psychological research. Quite charming indeed! You can read it This is an excellent book that should be taken for its own worth, given the time it was written in, the mindset of the times, the writing style of the times, etc. A lot has changed since then, but it still remains a charming, useful, delightful, informative, inspiring reference by a man I like and respect. I like to think of Placebo Effect in relation to what he has to say in the book and how that is all related to modern medical and psychological research. Quite charming indeed! You can read it for free online via Google books, archive.org, as well as several other sites.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bianca A.

    The original book on hypnosis? Regardless of what got you here, the book will not disappoint. This short & sweet piece of literature has been written by the founding father of hypnosis, or as he prefers to call it, conscious autosugestion, which is a more accurate term in every way. He presents it in a very reasonable way, so that even someone like myself who is very fond of science can understand, appreciate and even practice. I found it because by chance in a YouTube video I was watching, the au The original book on hypnosis? Regardless of what got you here, the book will not disappoint. This short & sweet piece of literature has been written by the founding father of hypnosis, or as he prefers to call it, conscious autosugestion, which is a more accurate term in every way. He presents it in a very reasonable way, so that even someone like myself who is very fond of science can understand, appreciate and even practice. I found it because by chance in a YouTube video I was watching, the author was referred to as the rather or self-hypnosis & that intrigued me, especially since hypnosis is still used today by reputable folks as a means to help with healing & a better mental and emotional well-being. Although it has its limitations & is highly subjectively dependent on each individual, I can confirm myself that it works as long as the stated rules are respected and the goals remain within reason. I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for more of his works & others like him. Definitely a recommended read if this subject interests you. The Kindle version was cheap.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Knecht

    Interesting short read about the power of autosuggestion. The author claims that our brain consists of two parts: conscious(will) and subconscious(imagination). The subconscious brain is the more powerful one of the two and has the power to control our actions through our thoughts. If we can influence our thoughts, and thus our subconsciousness, we can influence and change our actions in a way we want to. The subconsciousness is described as a wild horse which is constantly running in our heads. Interesting short read about the power of autosuggestion. The author claims that our brain consists of two parts: conscious(will) and subconscious(imagination). The subconscious brain is the more powerful one of the two and has the power to control our actions through our thoughts. If we can influence our thoughts, and thus our subconsciousness, we can influence and change our actions in a way we want to. The subconsciousness is described as a wild horse which is constantly running in our heads. To influence the horse, we have to learn how to put a saddle on the horse and tame the horse for our benefit. And the way we tame the horse is with autosuggestion. Even though the author provides ample evidence for this method, I remain skeptical. Some quotes: -Thus we who are so proud of our will, who believe that we are free to act as we like, are in reality nothing but wretched puppets of which our imagination holds all the strings. We only cease to be puppets when we have learned to guide our imagination. -autosuggestion is nothing but hypnotism as I see it, and I would define it in these simple words: The influence of the imagination upon the moral and physical being of mankind. -We are what we make ourselves and not what circumstances make us. -Whoever starts off in life with the idea: "I shall succeed", always does succeed because he does what is necessary to bring about this result. If only one opportunity presents itself to him, and if this opportunity has, as it were, only one hair on its head, he seizes it by that one hair. Further, he often brings about unconsciously or not, propitious circumstances. He who on the contrary always doubts himself, never succeeds in doing anything. He might find himself in the midst of an army of opportunities with heads of hair like Absalom, and yet he would not see them and could not seize a single one, even if he had only to stretch out his hand in order to do so. And if he brings about circumstances, they are generally unfavorable ones. Do not then blame fate, you have only yourself to blame. -To have and to inspire unalterable confidence, one must walk with the assurance of perfect sincerity, and in order to possess this assurance and sincerity, one must wish for the good of others more than one's own.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ralu

    Excellent read on the subject of the Power of the Mind and Body I picked Coué's book because I had been studying J. Murphy's The Power of Your Subconscious Mind which I found very interesting. But after reading this, I categorize it as an application to Murphy's book, a more practical guide to everything that Murphy says, even though, from the two, it is Coué who is the pioneer in the field, having enounced and proven all these facts since the beginning of the 20th century. At the end of the book Excellent read on the subject of the Power of the Mind and Body I picked Coué's book because I had been studying J. Murphy's The Power of Your Subconscious Mind which I found very interesting. But after reading this, I categorize it as an application to Murphy's book, a more practical guide to everything that Murphy says, even though, from the two, it is Coué who is the pioneer in the field, having enounced and proven all these facts since the beginning of the 20th century. At the end of the book he also speaks about how to integrate this type of thinking and methods into children's education, which has regrettably not taken place since then. Even more in depth practical examples can be found in Marisa Peer's work whom is world renowned nowadays for her RTT method. It is definitely a fascinating field! This book has definitely sparked an interest to discover his other works as well.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Miller

    It's a short book, so not a lot of time has to be wasted reading it. The phrasing is a bit archaic, but then what can one expect from something that was written more than one hundred years ago? But there is one thing that is undeniable: it is the most positive work I've ever encountered. It's a short book, so not a lot of time has to be wasted reading it. The phrasing is a bit archaic, but then what can one expect from something that was written more than one hundred years ago? But there is one thing that is undeniable: it is the most positive work I've ever encountered.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Arun Pradeep

    A very shortish book but still provides a clear understanding of how powerful Autosuggestion can be in unleashing limitless potential of our unconscious mind.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sooha Lee

    It is a great book if you want to know how hypnosis works. You can take charge of your fate by canceling your unconscious negative beliefs and implementing conscious autosuggestion!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sergey Dudko

    Two absolutely distinct selves exist within us: conscious and unconscious We only cease to be puppets when we have learned to guide our imagination Imaginatoin cn be as easily controlled as a torrent or an unbroken horse First, to weigh carefully in one's mind the things which are to be the object of the autosuggestion, and according as they require the answer ""yes"" or ""no"" to repeat several times without thinking of anything else: "This thing is coming", or "this thing is going away" If you per Two absolutely distinct selves exist within us: conscious and unconscious We only cease to be puppets when we have learned to guide our imagination Imaginatoin cn be as easily controlled as a torrent or an unbroken horse First, to weigh carefully in one's mind the things which are to be the object of the autosuggestion, and according as they require the answer ""yes"" or ""no"" to repeat several times without thinking of anything else: "This thing is coming", or "this thing is going away" If you persuade yourself that you can do a certain thing, provided this thing be possible, you will do it however difficult it may be It is possible for two people in exactly the same circumstances to be, the one perfectly happy, the other absolutely wretched It is always the imagination which wins, without any exception The imagination can be directed It is impossible to think of two things at once: Every thought entirely filling our mind becomes true for us If you can make a sick person think that her trouble is getting better, it will disappear All these suggestions must be made in a monotonous and soothing voice It is necessary to renew the suggestions more or less frequently according Repeat twenty times consecutively in a monotonous voice: "EVERY DAY, IN EVERY RESPECT, I AM GETTING BETTER AND BETTER" By following out my advice, it is impossible to fail If there are sceptics among you, come to my house and see what is being done, and you will be convinced by fact When you make conscious autosuggestions, do it above all without any effort It is then the imagination and not the will which is the most important faculty of man Things are not for us what they are, but what they seem Spartan women only brought forth robust children, who grew to be redoubtable warriors, because their strongest desire was to give such heroes to their country ALL THAT WE THINK BECOMES TRUE FOR US. WE MUST NOT THEN ALLOW OURSELVES TO THINK WRONGLY."

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andrei Vajna

    This book seems weirdly edited. Not sure if it's supposed to be a collection of writings from Coue or a book in of itself. In any case, the explanations of how autosuggestion works and why is enlightening. The part where he describes how he conducts suggestion (which seems more like hypnotism) on his patients is weird. The list of cases that were successfully cured is skipable as the reader does gain much knowledge. The way the instructions are written feels dated. I was hoping there would be mor This book seems weirdly edited. Not sure if it's supposed to be a collection of writings from Coue or a book in of itself. In any case, the explanations of how autosuggestion works and why is enlightening. The part where he describes how he conducts suggestion (which seems more like hypnotism) on his patients is weird. The list of cases that were successfully cured is skipable as the reader does gain much knowledge. The way the instructions are written feels dated. I was hoping there would be more detail into how to practice autosuggestion yourself, but I did not find much. Also, it seems a 2-page section specifically dealing with this is missing. I found it in the Romanian version, so I have no idea what's up with that. Also, I left with a feeling that all this sounds marvellous, but if it is indeed as written, why isn't everyone practising it? Anyway... like I said, the explanations are well written and it makes sense, so what I come with after reading this short book, is that it is very important what you tell your mind and that you can condition it to do the best it can towards what you want it to do, by regularly using your imagination to suggest it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    MauroMC

    What can I say about this book? A bit boring while listing diseases and patients, but interesting because of the concept. Do I believe in autosuggestion? I don't know. For sure I have ever thought that mind power or a certain kind of interior strenght can do much more of what we normally believe. Especially the Western world is scientifically oriented and often fails to deal with what is difficult to explain rationally. Sometimes it is interesting to also leave a bit of space to mysticism and to ma What can I say about this book? A bit boring while listing diseases and patients, but interesting because of the concept. Do I believe in autosuggestion? I don't know. For sure I have ever thought that mind power or a certain kind of interior strenght can do much more of what we normally believe. Especially the Western world is scientifically oriented and often fails to deal with what is difficult to explain rationally. Sometimes it is interesting to also leave a bit of space to mysticism and to man and nature's hidden abilities. I am wondering myself writing all of this ;-)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Olivier Goetgeluck

    Autosuggestion: the implanting of an idea in oneself by oneself. We humans have a certain resemblance to sheep, and involuntarily, we are irresistibly impelled to follow other people's examples, imagining we cannot do otherwise. When the will and the imagination are in agreement, one does not add to the other, but one is multiplied by the other. Start from imagination first, then will. Not other way. Autosuggestion: the implanting of an idea in oneself by oneself. We humans have a certain resemblance to sheep, and involuntarily, we are irresistibly impelled to follow other people's examples, imagining we cannot do otherwise. When the will and the imagination are in agreement, one does not add to the other, but one is multiplied by the other. Start from imagination first, then will. Not other way.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cshans07

    Worth a read If you are familiar to the topic, you’ll probably find this book useful. Word limit word limit word limit word

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    One of the classics of clinical hypnosis. But, it's boring, and I don't think you can cure diabetes with hypnosis. Sorry. One of the classics of clinical hypnosis. But, it's boring, and I don't think you can cure diabetes with hypnosis. Sorry.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Susie Russell

    V interesting lecture - good insight and easy to see where The Secret have pinched a few ideas from...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lane Hanson

    Interesting stuff....if you're into hypnotism. :) Interesting stuff....if you're into hypnotism. :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kleber Noel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Tra il dire e il fare c´è di mezzo il mare - 'between saying and doing there is half a sea' - Old Italian proverb. If you have ever wondered about the impact of self-fulfilling prophecies, the power of telling yourself something over and over has then this could be the book for you to read. Émile Coué's autosuggestive techniques seem to work in practice. Coming from the early tradition of psychotherapeutic practices Coué tried to create a system that might cure people of their psychological ailment Tra il dire e il fare c´è di mezzo il mare - 'between saying and doing there is half a sea' - Old Italian proverb. If you have ever wondered about the impact of self-fulfilling prophecies, the power of telling yourself something over and over has then this could be the book for you to read. Émile Coué's autosuggestive techniques seem to work in practice. Coming from the early tradition of psychotherapeutic practices Coué tried to create a system that might cure people of their psychological ailments, such as sleep deprivation, depression and stammering. Is there evidence for these techniques working? While Émile Coué takes the energy of willpower to the extreme, sometimes too far, in my opinion, he certainly does have a point to argue that the mind is powerful, as when vivid thoughts manifest themselves subconsciously, one can indeed accomplish seemingly impossible tasks so long as one believes, deeply, maybe also naively, that the task is possible. He brings in examples from medicine and although I do not refute the fact that in some cases illnesses have appeared to be defeated by strong willpower when the afflicted has a strong intent to do something, some of Coué's references seem quite far-fetched and outdated by more recent evidence in medical science. There is a very compelling argument in Coué's suggestion that reminded me of Darren Brown's magic tricks that depend, wholly, on this suggestive parameter of the human mind. I put the URL of the video of Darren Brown suggesting to Racetrack staff that they had won the race. His suggestive sentence was "We have the horse you're looking for". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkHeP... If you don't have the time to read this book then, in a nutshell, just imagine what you wish for (carefully) and be thoughtful of what you suggest... If Émile Coué has anything to say... it will certainly make a difference.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Grazia Palmisano

    Ho trovato sicuramente eccellente il principio in base al quale ci si può auto suggestionare. Quello che mi è piaciuto molto poco invece è il fatto che l'autore utilizzi la suggestione anche nell'educazione dei figli anche nel correggere quelle che secondo lui o secondo la morale corrente sono deviazioni o aspetti negativi di una persona. Questo anche quando fatto con le migliori intenzioni e comunque sempre negativo perché le migliori intenzioni sono sempre soggettive. La suggestione dovrebbe e Ho trovato sicuramente eccellente il principio in base al quale ci si può auto suggestionare. Quello che mi è piaciuto molto poco invece è il fatto che l'autore utilizzi la suggestione anche nell'educazione dei figli anche nel correggere quelle che secondo lui o secondo la morale corrente sono deviazioni o aspetti negativi di una persona. Questo anche quando fatto con le migliori intenzioni e comunque sempre negativo perché le migliori intenzioni sono sempre soggettive. La suggestione dovrebbe essere sempre consapevole o comunque sempre accettata o meglio ancora richiesta liberamente da chi deve essere suggestionato. Diversamente diventa una pratica indebita oltre che pericolosa.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dilshod

    it was a quick reading..it gave me a new perspective on the idea of imagination..I like to think that the imagination is the foundation for most of our acts ..too many examples of patients healings.. i guess all these examples were meant to autosuggest us into believing this idea;)..I might be wrong, well i hope i am wrong because it could really help a lot of people including myself to master our unconsiouss mind. So I will definitely try these methods.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Eric Gagnon

    J'ai décroché quand j'ai lu le mot disciple.... Un texte argumentaire sans plus, sur le mérite d'une méthode qui peut être fonctionne bien. Mais au vu des efforts pour en convaincre le lecteur l'auteur semble être à la recherche de gens qui adhéreront à sa façon de faire. J'ai décroché quand j'ai lu le mot disciple.... Un texte argumentaire sans plus, sur le mérite d'une méthode qui peut être fonctionne bien. Mais au vu des efforts pour en convaincre le lecteur l'auteur semble être à la recherche de gens qui adhéreront à sa façon de faire.

  20. 5 out of 5

    George

    Quite disappointed after I finished reading this book. Is just right example oh how someone kiss his own arrs. Is not so much about autosuggestion but how everyone is praising monsieur Coué.

  21. 5 out of 5

    حمده الشامسية

    Another book on the power of thoughts

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kenzo Amariyo

    Good read

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    Original publication year was 1922. Very basic hypnotism book and mostly of historical interest, with a lot of wild claims. Has some good stuff on mantras.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mike Madden

    Five stars for brevity!

  25. 5 out of 5

    German Diaz

    wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, el mejor libro del mundo, solo con aprender a usar la imaginación, no haría falta nada mas, los suizos dominaron esa técnica, la imaginación es 1000 al cuadrado mas poderosa que la voluntad, leelo, yo lo puse como mi favorito en primer lugar

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tyrone Takawira

    What a pleasure it has been! I've adhered to the common phrase that one idea can ,and will ,change you in both thought forms and mannerisms and the Coue Method is definitely one of them. A 52 paged psychological thrill.. life-changing ,heart warming and thought-provoking brilliance. What a pleasure it has been! I've adhered to the common phrase that one idea can ,and will ,change you in both thought forms and mannerisms and the Coue Method is definitely one of them. A 52 paged psychological thrill.. life-changing ,heart warming and thought-provoking brilliance.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mazen Alloujami

    Une prétention de connaissance sans aucun fondement scientifique, juste la médiocrité de ce que l’auteur imagine comme vrais et veut vendre aux gents. . Pas une seule référence ou étude réelle.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Leashia Hoehn

    this is also listed on web md as a way for healing cancer!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ivan

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Namaste

    Même avis que pour les bouquins de Martin Rosenberg (commu non violente) : l'outil proposé est un apport incontestable, mais le livre qui l'explique n'est pas exceptionnel. Même avis que pour les bouquins de Martin Rosenberg (commu non violente) : l'outil proposé est un apport incontestable, mais le livre qui l'explique n'est pas exceptionnel.

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