Couéism


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Couéism

a method of self-help stressing autosuggestion, introduced into America about 1920 by the French psychotherapist Emile Coué and featuring the slogan “Every day in every way I am getting better and better.”
See also: Improvement
a method of self-help stressing autosuggestion, introduced into America by the French psychotherapist Emile Coué c. 1920 and featuring the slogan “Every day in every way I am getting better and better.”
See also: Psychology

Couéism

Also known as autosuggestion, this is a form of selfhypnosis developed by Emile Coué in 1885 which relys on the repetition of a positive mantra.