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You Can Heal Your Life Paperback – January 1, 1984
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This book turned my life around. Martine McCutcheon After I read You Can Heal Your Life I realised that salvation lay in myself. She Magazine Louise L Hay - the patron saint of affirmations. Woman & Home Magazine Loving yourself is the basis for all self-healing. The Times Hay has been responsible for helping countless people get their lives back on track The Sun A lovely inspiring book The Sun Responsible for helping countless people get their lives back on track...a lovely, inspiring book. -- Natasha Harding The Sun Self help: the classics. The Times A guide to how negative mental processes can cause physical illness. The Times Louise Hay's 'You Can Heal Your Life' is without a doubt one of the best-known spiritual books ever released, and continues to inspire men and women all over the world to better their lives. An absolute favourite in the S&S office, it's something everyone should read at least once in their lives. Soul & Spirit magazine
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I hope this review helps others to stumble upon it - it is so worth it. Everybody who is looking for the way out of these vicious circles knows what I am talking about. This finally worked for me.
I am so thankful that Louise Hay brought it into the world.
It actually IS working too. I'm choosing to respond to situations differently, and to even look at them differently.
My favorite example to tell people from the principles I learned in this book is being on a plane for over 3 hours with a crying baby. No, not crying. Wailing at the top of his or her lungs. As you can imagine, EVERYONE, including myself, was irritated. Some more openly so than others. But I came to a part in this book that talked about giving love to difficult people and situations and giving what you want to receive.
So I started sending healing, loving thoughts to that poor baby and the mom. Because I knew she did NOT want to be THAT person, right? The one with the crying, inconsolable child. So I closed my eyes and just sent loving white, calming light to both of them. And prayers for comfort and calm.
Guess what happened? The baby stopped crying. Did my thoughts do it? I'm sure what actually happened was the poor kid tuckered him/herself out from all that bawling, BUT...it erased my irritation and made me feel better. It felt good to give, even anonymously, like that. Much better to put positive energy into the world rather than feeding the negative.
This book will be one I'll have to reread and revisit from time to time. And the work/exercises are still ongoing. Some I haven't had the courage to try yet. But I'm glad a yoga teacher mentioned this book in passing. It was an answer to an unspoken prayer to be led to a path of healing. I love it. I just wish Louise was still around for me to tell her I'm among her legions of fans now.