Emile Coué was a French pharmacist who trained with hypnosis in Nancy (France) under the tutelage of Ambroise-Auguste Liébeault around the turn of the 20th Century. From here he trained to auto-suggest to himself and is considered to be the father of auto hypnosis. It was he that gave the world the self-suggestion “Every day, in every way, I’m getting better and better”. Sound familiar? He also came up with five laws that have mostly stood the test of time. I’ll drop one of these in later down the blog.
It was Coué that looked into the possibility of creating change within himself. Following his own suggestions for a meaningful outcome for himself.
This can be employed by all of us to great affect and I would be happy to discuss such elements with you so as you can learn some ways to use hypnotherapy on yourself later down the line.
Okay, so I mentioned the five laws. Here’s one of them to peak your interest:
*The Law of Reversed Effort (or Effect). Wherein if a person fears he or she will fail at something, the more they try the less he or she is able to achieve the goal. This can be demonstrated very well with such things as driving exams or insomnia. Ring any bells? If one doesn’t try too hard, goals will be easier to achieve.
Take insomnia for example. This is a subject that is very close to my heart because it began to afflict me in my early teens—and only got worse as the years progressed. Hypnotherapy can be very effective in this area, as can some auto hypnosis training.
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