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Heal Your Body: The Mental Causes for Physical Illness and the Metaphysical Way to Overcome Them

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Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. But like my article about Placebos and other mind-body posts, even if a person isn’t cured, the hope and possibility of taking some of their own health into their own hands can be very uplifting and inspiring. I absolutely believe in the mind body connection, that our mental health affects our bodily health, and that our mental states can lead us to greater or poorer physical well being.

She just believed very strongly that miracles can and do happen–and much of it is tied to how people think, what they feel, and the life-changes they are willing to make. Louise Hay had a great deal of experience and firsthand information to share about healing―including how she cured herself after having been diagnosed with cancer. That’s why I don’t think guilt or shame is ever the intention with hoping to help heal these conditions.Why it didn’t work for me: Louise Hay’s book was instrumental in helping me understand that our thoughts create our life experiences, and that the key to true happiness is self love. I guess if I was to think positively about my experience with this book then at least it will make good kindling for the fire. It initially provided Louise with a way to self-publish her first two books, Heal Your Body and You Can Heal Your Life, and has been hugely successful ever since. Taking the following literally, for example, is to be heavily discouraged: ‘Forgiving and releasing resentment will dissolve even cancer.

While it was founded back in the early 1900s it has never become as well known as some of the other progressive New Thought churches like Unity. I’m pretty sure (I hope) that wasn’t her intention, but it strikes me as over-simplistic… and could even lead to someone to refuse a treatment that could save their life.In the back of the book she has a list of dis-eases of the body and then has a corresponding affirmation to help minimize whatever problem is going on. It is a shame to say that this modern Mary Baker Eddy, known as the affirmations guru, is nothing more than a charismatic charlatan. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back. This book explained her life philosophy as well as the correlations she made between different types of illness and disease and the general thinking behind them that can serve as a trigger.

Like a handful of others who managed to rise above the most horrendous circumstances, Louise proved to herself and others that anyone can overcome and triumph over their past by choosing to embrace the right thoughts and beliefs.And while I never met her in person, like I said above, her influence continues to inspire my own thinking. This book has given me tools to get things DONE, to control my own thoughts and thought process, to put my powers to use for Good, and to make my passions work for me, instead of letting my thoughts, feelings, and FEAR get in the way of achieving my goals. Louise was dubbed “the closest thing to a living saint” by the Australian media and in 1985, Louise began her famous support group, “ The Hayride ,” with six men diagnosed with AIDS. Her words will likely validate you, send you swooning into good feelings, and overwhelm you with the presence of love as she constructs an imaginary world where you create your reality through your thoughts. Life itself is a fatal condition; human beings are not meant to live in perfect health, forever (not that we should resign ourselves without a fight to acceptance of illness and dis-ease, as Hay puts it so eloquently, either.

One of these comedians they have now, have you seen them, these comedians they have now— either Nick DiPaolo or Doug Stanhope— cited some study in which optimistic and pessimistic cancer patients demonstrated the same mortality rates. Sterility: Fear and resistance to the process of life or not needing to go through the parenting experience. Many years later, having lost the pamphlet, I found her book You Can Heal Your Life, bought it and frequently refer to it. Like putting on a pair of comfortable slippers, I could almost hear her voice as it watered the seeds in my mind planted there many years ago.By 1988, the group had grown to a weekly gathering of 800 people and had moved to an auditorium in West Hollywood.

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