French psychologist and pharmacist Émile Coué created a mantra to help people heal themselves of all kinds of illnesses and positively affect their mental and emotional states.
He said that it did not matter if someone believed it or not as the mantra works anyway. Coué believed that it was necessary for us to change unconscious thought through autosuggestion. He successfully treated thousands of patients.
All that one has to do is repeat the mantra aloud 15 times consecutively for three times a day each and every day. Repetition of the mantra works on our subconscious mind which then then acts accordingly.
Every day in every way I am getting better and better.
The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.
Gabrielle Bonheur Coco Chanel
French Fashion Designer
conscious\kän(t)-shəs\having full awareness or knowledge; deliberate in thought or action; alert and awake; able to feel or perceive; intentionally conceive; not asleep, in a coma or anaesthetized; of free will, design and choice.
It hasn’t always been easy for you to be here and be in relationship with yourself, has it?
Life can be extremely difficult in what has been constructed as a game of survival on this planet. Virtually every aspect of who you are has been and continues to be challenged—physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, spiritually.
It can sometimes feel like you are a captive on board a ship of pirates who are merciless and delight in your pain and suffering. You are taunted with treasures and tormented by not knowing if and when you might have to walk the plank.
At other times, you can look out over the ocean to see blue skies and glimpses of new lands. You can feel your sense of adventure and longing for freedom and a new life.
The fundamental question you will have to answer is are you a slave or are you a master?
Are you resigned to exist in what appears to be a floating prison or do you have the power to break free of your chains?
You have to reflect on your life otherwise you go crackers.
There is a candle in your heart, ready to be kindled.
There is a void in your soul, ready to be filled.
You feel it, don’t you?
Persian Poet and Theologian
We have asked the question about the reason for our existence.
This question is generated from the part of us that seeks to know everything about ourselves, each other and the universe. It’s the real you. It’s the real me.
So another major question emerges. Am I willing to be the real me?
Am I willing to be the real me? To know what I truly think, to know what I truly feel, to learn about myself and my life.
Am I willing to be the real me? To trust myself, to love myself, to accept myself.
Am I willing to be the real me? To live without the need for agreement, without the need for approval, without the need for acknowledgement from anyone else, and to be true to myself.
Am I willing to be the real me? To experience the magnificence of all that is and to expand in infinite possibility.