Emile Coue

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French psychotherapist who claimed that if one imagined one was getting better, one would get better (1857-1926)

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The first I recall, from when I was quite young, was autosuggestion, advanced by one Emile Coue, and it was delightfully simple.
The insights, observations, technical developments, and procedural innovations of the scientist, pharmacist, and psychotherapist Emile Coue (1857-1926) greatly influenced hypnotism in the English-speaking world (for the Francophone, see Centassi & Grellet (1998), Guillemain (2010), Westphal & Laxenaire (2012), etc.
Emile Coue and His Method of Healing by Conscious Auto-Suggestion: An Interview with M.
Les grands pharmaciens: Emile Coue ['Great Pharmacists: Emile Coue].
The Practice of Autosuggestion by the Method of Emile Coue (Third Edition).
Transcontinental Meditation: Getting Better with Emile Coue.
Emile Coue and his Method (II): Hypnotism, Suggestion, Ego-Strengthening, and Autosuggestion.
AT THE BEGINNING of the 20th Century, a French pharmacist-turned-hypnotist-turned-self-motivationist, Emile Coue by name, believed that people would be happier and more productive if they could get to know and like themselves.
Emile Coue and his Method (I): The Chemist of Thought and Human Action.