Emile Coué's was a French druggist who pioneered the method of self-hypnosis called autosuggestion during the 1920s.
Essentially, Coué in this work emphasizes the role of positive thinking in self-improvement. In this way he proposed bridging the gap between behavior and cognition, a concept offered over 250 years earlier by Blaise Pascal. But can reciting a mantra involving positive thoughts improve ones outlook? There is now much evidence that it can.
Emile Coué offers a number of practical suggestions for cognitive self-improvement in this readable work. This book gives specific guidelines to follow to indeed "turn your dreams into a reality".
It is recommended for scholar and historian alike, as well as the everyday seeker looking for practical guidance on thought management.