Back in 2018 I got really really sick and for a while did not know what was happening to me. I was constantly in pain, couldn’t stand without feeling dizzy, had intense brain fog, and a number of other complications.

Needless to say I was desperate and began exploring various methods of healing, all in an attempt to get better.

My search for answers and healing led me to the work of Emile Coue, a French Pharmacist and Psychologist from the 1900s, who was reported to help over 40,000 people heal from various health complications, using conscious autosuggestions (mantras/affirmations).

While at the time I used affirmations in my daily practice, I was further encouraged and even more hopeful knowing that this mantra was scientifically backed and proven to work.

Diligent in using my prescription, on a daily basis I repeated the mantra “Every day in every way, I am getting better and better” – saying it 20 times a day, 10 times in the morning and 10 times before I went to bed. 

And within a few months of using it, coupled with the treatments I received from my holistic doctor I eventually got better.

I wholeheartedly believe that the mantra helped me to be more receptive to the treatments and to complete healing from a disease that was said to be lifelong.

After experiencing immense success with it regarding my health, I began experimenting with a slight change in the words to make it more general in nature, so that I could apply it to all aspects of my life.

My experiment eventually concluded on these combinations of words, “Every day in every way, life keeps getting better and better.” 

Similar to the original mantra, I have used this altered one to manifest many blessings and continue to use it to create the wonderful life I get to live today.

In my experience this magical mantra (as I call it) works. And if it resonates, I highly recommend incorporating it into your daily practice and watch out for the many blessings it brings.

If you are interested in reviewing the science behind the mantra, feel free to check out this link for a detailed account of Emile Coue’s work.


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