Summary: Louise’s key message in this powerful work is: “If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” Louise explains how limiting beliefs and ideas are often the cause of illness, and how you can change your thinking and improve the quality of your life.
Louise L. Hay is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher, and the best-selling author of 27 books, including Science of Mind and Empowering Women. Her works have been translated into 25 languages in 33 countries throughout the world. Since beginning her career as a Science of Mind minister in 1981, she has assisted thousands of people in discovering and using the full potential of their own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing. Louise is the owner and founder of Hay House, Inc…Read more.
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Louise Hay: You Can Heal Your Life Audio Book Summary
You Can Heal Your Life, is a book about changing our inner discourse to be able to change situations of our reality.
It is one of the most widely read self-help books in the world, written by a woman who lived first hand pain, poverty, abuse and illness. She got cancer that she was allegedly cured without medical treatment. His method was to develop a holistic cleansing that is made up of a combination of affirmations, visualizations, change of thoughts and good nutrition. When he had healed, he began to devote his life to sharing his method.
He speaks of recognizing that we are responsible for everything that happens in our lives, and that taking responsibilities is possible to change what we do not like generating for us everything we need.
Also, postulates that all diseases are a consequence of our thoughts. If our thoughts are negative, we may be getting ourselves sick, as well as if we fail to forgive or forgive ourselves. Physical health is closely linked with emotional and psychological health.
For no one is a secret that our mind is powerful, and that the way we generate our thoughts has a significant influence on our health. Hence a large number of what we believe are fortuitous diseases derive from the connection between our mind and our emotions with our body.
Overcoming a trauma is a vital aspect to calm the mind and emotions and to anticipate that the body does not get sick, the book also contains suggestions on how to overcome an event that has been harmful to our life.
The author intends to encourage the reader to make affirmations so that the way in which his thoughts can be modified and that therefore his life can be modified for good.
It is certainly a very positive book that contains recommendations that can help people to generate a better quality of thoughts, however, some postulates lack support. He can not prove most of what he says. We must consider that each person can write about what he thinks is the best and works for him and nobody is forced to share his philosophy, but to respect it. Everyone is responsible for what they consume and that applies also in the books.
Something that was highly criticized was the indexed part that contains a list of diseases with their possible psychological cause, for not having support in a psychological and scientific research, it is not possible to make a correct diagnosis in that way because each person is different and diseases Are not generic can make many variants of it. It can be dangerous too, to encourage people not to undergo medical treatment in case of illness, but to self-cure with positive thoughts.
Beyond that, it is a well-crafted book with many practical lessons that can transform anyone who wants to try a better version of himself, a person who will work not to burden with resentment or resentment or traumas.
In conclusion, it is a work to be read with critical thinking instead of blind faith, it is important to discern between what fits with our way of thinking and what contrasts with our ideas. Hold on to what makes sense to you and discard the rest.