©1989 Louise L. Hay; (P)2004 Hay House, Inc.
As someone who has only learned negative attitudes as a way to motivate and push myself into what I think I should be or do, I had not only created my own long-standing depression, but also extreme and repeated self-sabotage. This meditation was the first self-help recording that I had listened to in my attempt to turn my life around. Despite what I intellectually knew about why I was behaving a certain way and that the supposed answer was to "love yourself", I didn't know where to start... or why my therapist even thought I didn't love myself. "You need to have forgiveness and compassion for yourself", she said several years ago. I had eventually stopped seeing her, as I saw no improvement in my behavior after many years of talk. After a life changing event, I knew there was no running from my issues and I set out to undertake in my own healing. I came upon a book that helped me understand that everyone has a relationship with themselves, whether aware or not, there were attitudes, expectations and assumptions that dictated how life was going to be handled. For the first time I saw just how damaging my inner dialog was. I learned the path to healing would be to re-parent myself. How was I going to do that? Well, this tape was a wonderful stepping stone for getting me in touch with my inner child. For the first time I was able to acknowledge her and miraculously, compassion and forgiveness just came naturally. It wasn't that I didn't love myself, I had just never been taught what healthy love looked like. If you are trying to form a conscious relationship with yourself, having difficulty with the concept of "loving yourself", or have problems accepting that vulnerability is not a reflection of self-worth, I feel this tape could help you frame things in a way that will allow you to see yourself in a different brighter light. Well wishes for you on you path to self healing <3 :)
"Set yourself free!"
By forgiving others who have hurt you, you can move forward.
By forgiving yourself of past hurts and resentments you can set yourself free.
Allow Louise Hay to guide you to forgiveness and freedom.
"Hmm, not sure . . ."
This may not be for everyone. If you're open to trying new things, and open to self healing, then this could be useful, but we in the UK may find it a little over the top. I felt a bit silly doing the exercises at first, but as I went along, they were actually quite effective.
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