Émile Coué Quotes

Who is Émile Coué?

Émile Coué de la Châtaigneraie was a French psychologist and pharmacist who introduced a popular method of psychotherapy and self-improvement based on optimistic autosuggestion.

Born February 26, 1857
Died July 02, 1926

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Best 21 Quotes by Émile Coué

“Always think that what you have to do is easy and it will become so.”

“Conscious auto-suggestion, made with confidence, faith, and perseverance realizes itself automatically, in all matters within reason.”

“Day by day, in every way, I am getting better and better.”

“Every thought, good or bad, becomes concrete; it materializes and becomes a reality.”

“From our birth to our death we are all the slaves of suggestion.”

“If you are to succeed in anything, you must first be able to imagine it.”

“If you have the thought in your mind that you are sick, you surely will be.”

“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. If, on the contrary, you imagine that you cannot do the simplest thing in the world, it is impossible for you to do it, and molehills become for you unscalable mountains.”

“It is the certainty that you are about to recover, that brings results, not the hope.”

“It is we ourselves who alone shall shape our destinies, rising always above the external circumstances and conditions which from time to time shall be thrown across our paths.”

“It's not the number of years that makes you old, but the idea that you are getting old.”

“Nothing is impossible to us, except of course, that which is contrary to the laws of nature and the Universe.”

“Patience and perseverance are necessary in autosuggestion, as well as in everything else.”

“Rich is he who thinks he is rich and poor is he who thinks he is poor.”

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“Simplify always - do not complicate.”

“The power of thought, of idea, is incommensurable, is immeasurable. The world is dominated by thought.”

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“We can be, and should be, the masters of events, and not their playthings.”

“We can make, to ourselves, very much stronger suggestions than anyone else can, whoever that person may be.”

“We possess within us a force of incalculable power, which if we direct it in a conscious and wise manner, gives us the mastery of ourselves and allows us not only to escape from physical and mental ills, but also to live in relative happiness.”

“When the imagination and will power are in conflict, are antagonistic, it is always the imagination which wins, without any exception.”

“When you believe yourself to be master of your thoughts, you become so.”