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Publisher's Summary

Life loves you, and you have the power within you to create a life you love. "Life loves you" is one of Louise Hay's best-loved affirmations. It is the heart thought that represents her life and her work. Together Louise and Robert Holden look at what "life loves you" really means - that life doesn't just happen to you; it happens for you.

In a series of intimate and candid conversations, they dig deep into the power of love, the benevolent nature of reality, the friendly universe, and the heart of who we really are. Life Loves You is filled with inspiring stories and helpful meditations, prayers, and exercises. Louise and Robert present a practical philosophy based on seven spiritual practices.

Key themes covered:

  • The Mirror Principle - practicing the how of self-love
  • Affirming Your Life - healing the ego's basic fear
  • Following Your Joy - trusting your inner guidance
  • Forgiving the Past - reclaiming your original innocence
  • Being Grateful Now - cultivating basic trust
  • Learning to Receive - being undefended and open
  • Healing the Future - choosing love over fear

©2015 Hay House (P)2015 Hay House

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Love this book

Very practical key points realistic step by step instructions on what to do on a daily basis. Everyone is created by love and everyone has enough love for the entire world. 💘

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  • Jes
  • Hobart, IN, United States
  • 12-30-15

7 steps that will help you

If you’ve read any of Louise Hay’s books then you know she’s known as the positive affirmation lady. I didn’t know this until I picked up this book. In fact all I knew about Louise Hay was nothing! I had heard of Hay House, but I never really looked into it. After this book I knew a lot about Louise Hay. This books is mostly written by Robert Holden and I had to read other books to learn about Louise. However, I enjoyed reading Robert’s take on what Louise was teaching him. I enjoyed his conversations his children and how they see the world with no scripts involved. In the end I believe you will like this book and learn a lot.

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Great book

I love it and it's a great gift for yourself and for others. I recommend it to everyone who is struggling to find himself, goals and dreams. anybody who is feeling lost in his own life.

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Wonderful

Full of Love, good lessons, guidelines in my path to be kind, spiritual and Love.

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Words we all need to hear

This is one of those books that after finishing you want everyone you love to read. I loved that the book teaches you how to love yourself by example. This book tells you what you should do, why do it and how it's going to benefit you. As well as shows you how to achieve it all.

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Inspiring

Loved the way Robert defines and explains Louise's philosophy and how she came to be the extraordinary spiritual leader that she is. Robert is new to me and I just love him. Heard him on hay house radio also. Now I'm going to get his book Shift Happens

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Excelente

Un gran libro, con una forma clara y profunda para explicar que el amor lo es todo. Con ejercicios prácticos para sanar. Me encantó.

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Excersises that work.

I m a huge fan of Louise Hay , and this title introduced me amazing Robert Holden . The difficulty with writters that write for years is to find new titles that still bring new material and here Louise made it again . Easy fun modules that can help you step by step to move on in a sentimental level.

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So much Love

This book has helped me to open up to so much healing, gratitude and love. I will be forever grateful for the reminders and gifts the authors have given to me and the whole world. Roberts voice is very soothing and comforting to listen to.

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Beautiful and inspirational

I started the book after Louise Hay's transition.
Robert Holden has his own story to tell about his lessons learned from Louise . I enjoyed every part of this well written book . 💕💕💕Life Loves You

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  • Stir
  • 10-22-17

I forced myself to listen up to chapter 4

I just could not bear to listen to the banal, cute, softly spoken and over-emotional delivery any more.
The work may have good content, but it's obscured by the vomity delivery.
I think it is unprofessional for the author to read his, or her, own factual work and put their emotional "spin" on it. This is a book aimed at self-help, not a "listen to my stories and feel as I do browbeating session". I so didn't need to have the author steamroller me into his emotional take, totally ruined it for me. (He said in his soft, genuinely caring and - with a slight smile - loving voice..., barf).
Feel properly done out of my hard earned money. Grrrrrrrr

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  • Isis
  • 10-21-16

Good

I found this book interesting and am sure I will return to it time and again. Because there is plenty of informative information

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  • Wendy D
  • 05-28-16

Read it forever

Very well put together, a book to read and reread forever. Thoughtful and friendly. Magical.

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  • Russell
  • 11-19-15

Profound, beautiful, practical and timeless wisdom - loved it

Loved it! Robert and Louise are a formidable combo as champions of self love - a wonderful listen.

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  • emilia
  • 09-27-15

Great book

Fantastic book, you may want to listen to it again as there is so much to learn. I've just finished it, will start again tomorrow. It makes you realised that life is beautiful and you are in charge of your own happiness. Highly recommended.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-31-18

A Workbook that transforms from the inside out

In spite of being Very fond of Robert Holden and Louise Hay and how they change the world one moment big or small at a time, I admit that ' little I' initially thought it was too sweet. Then committing 100%: the inquiring exercises are amazing and are now recreating a big peaceful space in me, who habitually is pacing to do and be the best mostly.
Note: It is a workbook to revisit many times. So note timing of the listening edition where exercises start as the wording is important.

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  • Boop
  • 04-22-18

Just get Louise's original works

Littered with irrelevant information, more quotes from other literature than original work. not worth it.

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  • Golden Patient
  • 06-25-17

Wonderful book full of wisdom.

Wonderful book full of profound wisdom with simple yet powerful practices. Thank you for sharing :) x

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  • Brigitte De La Pava
  • 03-21-17

Worst self help book ever.

Congratulations.. Finally out of twenty two self help books I have bought.. Your Book is by far the most vague.. Repetitive and unhelpful book... Chapter on forgiving and love was the worst description of forgiveness ever.
But I forgive you.. Hats off.. You made a mockery of Louis hays work.

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  • Cristina
  • 08-14-15

loved it!!!

I loved it. I adore louise's work and with Robert they have made a "lovable" book.
thanks

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  • Starbuck
  • 08-04-16

I couldn't listen to it

I really wanted to like this book but felt like I was being read a fairy tale, which isn't surprising since all one of the authors did was talk about his interactions with his child.