“This Book Saved My Life.”
Louise Hay has been there and done that and this is evidenced by the content of her book. When I first bought a copy of You Can Heal Your Life, I read the first 2 chapters, and put the book down. I was angry because Ms. Hay was telling me like it was, and I didn’t want to hear the truth. I didn’t want to look at myself and take responsibility for my life and my happiness and my health. I wanted to be told that my situation was beyond my control. A couple of years later, I picked up that copy of You Can Heal Your Life, ready to read it and hear the truth that saved Ms Hay’s life, years before. As I worked through the exercises and started practicing the affirmations in the way Ms. Hay instructed, I literally began to heal my life of suicidal depression, kidney disfunction, arthritis and the hurt of child sexual abuse, as well as a slew of other problems. A miracle happened. I started to become happy. Since this time, I have continued to use the mirror exercises and affirmations that she describes, and continued to work to change my thought patterns. As a result of this, my attitudes have changed, and I have become a much more positive, optimistic person. Everything that I need in life seems to come to me as I need it. I used to get sick with great regularity, catching everything whether it was a common disease/disorder or not, and I rarely get sick or become injured now. I am happy almost every day and am seeing my dreams come true. The last 10 years, since I read You Can Heal Your Life for the first time, have been a wonderous journey, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. While I did the work, I owe a debt of gratitude to Louise Hay for writing and marketing this book so that her message could reach me and countless others. I have seen the same kind of results in almost a dozen other people who have read You Can Heal Your Life. There is a better way, and this is it. Give it a try, you’re worth it! Love and Peace!
- M. Johnson
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“Exactly What I Needed.”
When purchasing self help books, I think it helps to remember that, like ordering food or clothing, you’re choosing something for yourself, not anyone else. The book doesn’t need to suit anyone’s needs but your own and if a book doesn’t suit your needs, that doesn’t mean it might not offer someone else exactly what they need to work through their situations.
During years of researching the topics of healing, happiness and love and having read dozens of excellent books on these topics, Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life (YCHYL) is by far my favorite book of all. More than any other author, Louise Hay helped me get to the very core of the things I needed to know most in order to transform my own life from within.
- Justin Donie
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