Soothing and peaceful, this deeply relaxing meditation gently calms every part of our bodies and is ideal for those who are having difficulty falling asleep.
©1983 Louise L. Hay; (P)2005 Hay House, Inc.
This was my introduction to Louise Hay's audiobooks and I was pleasantly surprised. I knew she was a mistress of affirmations, but what I was looking for was "Deep Relaxation." Before that section, she gives a brief overview of her philosophy. I found it more agreeable that I was expecting. I often fall asleep before the end of the Deep Relaxation portion, which was just what I was looking for. I have listened to this every night for the last three weeks, and they've been some of the easiest, most optimistic weeks I've had in years. Maybe just the result of good sleep. Maybe something more?
This recording is perfect for daily reminders of the most important things in ife. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because of the quality of sound in the recording. It's obviously an earlier recording that hasn't been updated. However the information inside is great!
"Just as expected... Really Good!"
As usual Louise does it again.
She has the perfect voice and words for calming and soothing the soul and that is just e
What she does with the title.
Definitely worth a listen... One for the library!
This is so relevant to life, it reminds me that what I think is what I get. It recommends kindness and consideration but without being OTT.
I love the gentleness of this book and all its teaching are those to which I aspire. I also find it deeply relaxing.
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