Hay of the Day + Philosophy of Louise Hay

philosophy of Louise Hay

Have you heard of Louise Hay and the idea that thoughts become things? I love this concept and truly believe it. Louise wrote a beautiful book entitled “You Can Heal Your Life” and I own a copy. I am sharing the philosophy of Louise Hay page with you in hopes that it will inspire you to make positive changes in your life and also encourage me to do the same.

I just adore Louise for all the great things she brought to this world. She transitioned 2 years ago and lived to be 90 years old. I wish I had the chance to meet her during this lifetime. Maybe next time around? Here is a link to her obituary if you want to get a feel for her. Louise Hay Obit.

Today I would like to share her page that introduces her philosophy. In my book it is page 9. She says that we create every so-called illness in our body. We suffer from guilt, self-hatred and the many other maladies that these past patterns manifest in our bodies. Letting go of resentment, criticism and guilt can dissolve even the worst of offenders, even cancer she said.

We must release the past and forgive everyone… including ourselves. Wow, that’s a tough one! We must begin to love ourselves and practice self-approval and self-acceptance if we wish to experience positive changes.

Louise says that every thought we think is creating our future and we are responsible for all of our experiences. Responsibility can be hard to swallow since we all seem to like blaming others for all the things that go wrong in our lives. She believed that the point of power is now in the present moment and that all thoughts are just that…only thoughts and they can be changed.

Isn’t this a nice thought? “When we really love ourselves, everything in our life works.”

Stay tuned for more posts from Louise’s books or maybe a book published by Hay House. There are so many good ones to share!

Philosophy of Louise Hay

Make it a great day…only you can make up your mind to do anything. KC 😊

Karin Conway

Organic Growth Coach

 Milwaukee Food Council BOD


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