The reminder that everything that you are looking for is inside
She is personable, making you feel like you are in a session
I am fully responsible for everything, good, bad, or indifferent and that I need to be in control of my thoughts and responses.
This book will help you take a close look at yourself, without being judgmental while guiding you to change your thoughts
I've been looking in all the wrong places for the past 58 years. Thank-you Louise for helping me find the power within myself. I am much kinder to myself and am rewarded daily. Thank-you again!
This book fleshed out the concepts introduced in "You Can Heal Your Life," but it also stands on its own. I recommend this book to anyone who is open to changing their life for the better, or even someone who just wants to be open to changing. Louise Hay has a way of putting things very simply and concretely. She gives practical and specific examples about exactly what to do. Not only is the content of this book excellent, but the narration is a pleasure to listen to. Her cadence is rhythmic, relaxing and almost meditative.
As someone who has struggled with ADHD, this book has been an integral stepping stone in my ability to overcome it's symptoms. Thank you Lousie!
I found several helpful ideas in this self directed reflection book. I will read it again and again as a reflective tool.
I like quiet walks, live in a lovely part of QLD I enjoy these books as background or a good listen, happy listening .
encouraging it is what I listen to to relax, type of book to leave on to sleep , her voice is soothing to me and enjoyable to listen to
not that type of book
no , but sure gives you alot to think about and ponder on
this is an encouraging book of inspiring thoughts , many new ways of thinking, all about being kind to yourself, and gives a new way of looking at unlikeable people, well it did for me anyway
I was very letdown upon listening to this book. It provides alot of what I will call "ultra common sense" meaning that one should try to work it out with people that hurt you because they wont get any better. She basically says that you, the reader are the problem and we should just look at the one or two positive items, even for murderers and rapists and think that about that person. I think this is terrible advice, sometimes one needs to leave the enviornment to begin to heal and develop a new self worth, not compromise and say, "oh, i am only hurting myself by thinking this person is not the greatest thing on earth." This is so terrible and troubling to me. I dont believe its our problem as readers someone repeatedly hurts us because thats the best they can do. I say so what, and would recommend leaving the bad situation and beginning again with courage and self esteem. This book would reinforce the opposite in me and was really upsetting. Steer clear.