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  • You Can Heal Your Life
  • Louise L. Hay
  • 07 May 2016

10 thoughts on “You Can Heal Your Life

  1. Carly Carly says:

    This book is actually dangerous I can't remember ever having said that about a text?I read thirty pages of it before having to shut it and run far awayEvery single copy of it should come with a huge trigger warning for ableism fatphobia and victim blaming of every variety Louise Hay claims two things that are odious1 All illnesses including cancer are caused by negative thinking and not loving yourself enough Thus all illness can be cured by positive thinking and self love She claims one of her patients fixed her poor eye sight by dealing with a childhood trauma2 Everyone chooses their parents and our energy attracts people So those who have bad energy and don't love themselves enough attract abusers rapists and financial povertyWhat can be said about this book than those two main points?Actually a few things can be said Louise Hay came to fame during and because of the onset of the AIDS crisis in the United States She takes beautiful enriching concepts such as self love affirmation and forgiveness and then tells people their illnesses are a result of not doing these things well enough The word charlatan comes to mind Also immoralI absolutely believe in the mind body connection that our mental health affects our bodily health and that our mental states can lead us to greater or poorer physical well being But to take such a giant leap to claim without any evidence except self serving anecdotes that you can cure cancer by loving yourself ? That people who are poor are just attracting bad energy and don't love themselves enough? Oh also were you aware that fat thighs are caused by anger toward ones father? She takes excellent inspiring concepts self love forgiveness compassion and adjusting one's negative self talk and coats it all in a big repulsive swath of victim blaming and willful ignorance about biology anatomy and medicine My heart hurts for people who read this text and love it It is full of great concepts that are overshadowed by Hay's belief that if one can control the mind one can control the body Even Buddhist monks know that you can't eliminate pain that you can only be mindful of it and be mindful through it Louise Hay seems to think she can eliminate all pain and illness with mindfulness and self love which is a fantasy Life is complex than that we can use self love and affirmation to get through illness but to think that we can eliminate pain by sheer force of will is setting ourselves up for failure disappointment and we're left blaming ourselves for not being able to sufficiently heal our bodies perfectly and completely with self love Bodies are incurably fallible they cannot be perfectly healed none of us get out of here alive Self love is important but eually so is tenderness and acceptance toward our own mortality and fallibility Louise Hay sells the idea that positive thinking and self love can help us get around this truth But we can't get around the truth of our own mortality we can only get through it with self love and affirmationThis book is repulsive I can't wait to take it back to the library and get it out of my house

  2. LA LA says:

    This is actually the second time I have read this book I remember reading it as an undergrad years ago in the early 1990s I remember then that there was some interesting information in the book but there were things that just didn't make sense to me then and now looking at it again 20 years later it still doesn't First this book is an entertaining read and has some good suggestions about how to overcome trauma and the importance of forgiveness Also she makes the connection that physical health is directly linked to psychological and emotional health which is a logical assessment However since she has never worked in the arena of medicine mental health or any other related profession it makes it difficult to put a lot of weight in her argumentsSpecifically she fails to adeuately address how serious birth defects such as downs syndrome spina bifida infant AIDS cerebral palsy and the like are connected to mental health While certainly once a person becomes cognizant of their emotions and surroundings it makes sense to connect physical health with emotions However it is just outrageous and wrongheaded to think that any of the infants born with major problems are somehow responsible for their own health She specifically cites birth defects on pg 181 where she said that these conditions were due to karma and that the child chose to come that way We choose our parents and our children Is she serious? This is absolutely an odious argument

  3. Alithegreat Alithegreat says:

    I got this for my mother after a personal tragedy destroyed our family She was having trouble eating sleeping smiling being awake being alive When she had finished I read it myself and found incredible tools there for taking responsibility for myself while letting go of my irritation anger whatever toward those whom I perceive as shirking responsibility This book has given me tools to get things DONE to control my own thoughts and thought process to put my powers to use for Good and to make my passions work for me instead of letting my thoughts feelings and FEAR get in the way of achieving my goalsSince reading this book I've improved the relationship between my adopted child and myselfimproved the uality and communication of my marriageimproved my health and dietmoved my family into a bigger house in a better neighborhoodstarted going to night school to embark on a new careermade peace with my family situation if not all family members yetI still have lots of things left to clear out in my skeleton closet it's not all butterflies and rainbows in my heart and mind but I feel better and am finally getting past the fear that has held me back from doing the things I want to It took a long time and it really is a lot of work to identify your own negative patterns and work to correct them but it is incredibly worth the effort It took the loss of my closest family member to force me to realize the extent of my own self defeating habits but I am once again able to take care of and love my children to love my husband and myself and better than ever before

  4. Kyra Kyra says:

    I once held a great respect for Louise Hay but in her recent publishing years she has proven herself to be as much of a fraud as the authors she promotes including the charlatan Sylvia Browne former Amway star Jerry Hicks with his wife Esther who speaks for nonphysical plagiarist Neale Donald Walsch and phony PhDs Doreen Virtue and Caroline Myss This book though including some practical advice that she has pulled from Aaron Beck's work in cognitive science contains an overwhelming amount of woo that makes outrageous claims regarding the power of mind She disregards science and logic in exchange for dubious science that encourages self blame and guilt regarding disease This wouldn't bother me so much had the dawn of her career not been acuired through her claim to AIDs patients that they too could heal themselves if they got rid of their bad thinking Nowhere in these books does she speak of any AIDs patient's miraculous cure due to her work And since this book she has yet to offer any credible evidence that it can do this I am appalled by this not because it offers false hope but because she is preying on a demographic of desperate people who are looking for answers She claims to have these answers but offers no proof beyond anecdotes and testimonials This is no greater than the testimonials of Christian Science incidentally their leader Mary Baker Eddy was known for acuiring kidney stones in her old age and relying on morphine to ease the pain even though her text claimed they should rely solely on God for relief This is one of the most irresponsible feats that has ever been accomplished in publishing and though I believe it could bring many some emotional relief as they use the processes that have been sampled from cognitive science I also believe that it will and has brought to many a sense of guilt and self blame regarding the tragedies of their livesThis book will claim a science to healing but there is no institution including Hay's that offers hard proof of these facts And if you will read the disclaimer in the beginning you will be reminded that this author is not to be held accountable to your failure in using these principlesDue to this book Louise Hay has now created one of the largest New Age publishing houses in the world And she has made it clear through the authors she publishes that she is concerned about the bottom line of her company than she is people's well being It is a shame to say that this modern Mary Baker Eddy known as the affirmations guru is nothing than a charismatic charlatanIf you do decide to venture into this book do so with critical thinking skills and remember that this author will take on no responsibility for your success or failings in these teachings Also look at the credibility of her own healing which can be explained as a lie misdiagnosis or divine healing Her words will likely validate you send you swooning into good feelings and overwhelm you with the presence of love as she constructs an imaginary world where you create your reality through your thoughts Just make sure when you set this book down to leave that world behind as well

  5. Mitch Mitch says:

    Louise Hay told a generation of dying gay men that it was their fault they were dying because they didn't love themselves enough Her basic premise is that if you just love yourself enough you'll never get sick A stupid premise to be sure The hiv community of the mid 80s looking for any hope to hang onto desperately embraced this book and its author and she returned their devotion with the disrespect any common carnival con artist shows their mark This book is indefensible and she should be ashamed

  6. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    You Can Heal Your Life Louise L HayYou Can Heal Your Life is 1984 self help and new thought book by Louise L Hay It was the second book by the author after Heal your Body which she wrote at age 60 After Hay appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and Donahue in the same week in March 1988 the book appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list and by 2008 over 35 million copies worldwide had been sold in over 30 languages The key premise of the book is that because the mind and body are connected illnesses of the body somehow have their root causes in emotional and spiritual aspects of the mind and its beliefs and thought processesعنوانها شفای زندگی؛ درمان بوسیله ی نیروی فکر؛ زندگی شفابخش؛ شفای جسم و جان؛ شفابخش زندگی؛ سلامت تن در سلامت روح؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش سال 1992 میلادیعنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم گیتی خوشدل؛ تهران، دنیای مادر، 1369؛ در 345 ص؛ مصور، جدول؛ شابک 9649095802؛ چاپ دوم 1370؛ چاپ سوم و چهارم 1371؛ چاپ پنجم تا هفتم 1373؛ چاپ دهم 1376؛ چاپ شانزدهم 1380؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، پیکان، 1380؛ چاپ هجدم 1381؛ چاپ بیستم و بیست و یکم 1383؛ بیست و چهارم 1384؛ بیست و هشتم 1386؛ چاپ بیست و نهم تا سی‌یکم 1386؛ چاپ سی و دوم تا سی و پنجم 1387؛ چاپ سی و ششم تا سی و هشتم 1388؛ چاپ سی و نهم و چهلم 1389؛ شابک 9789643280710؛ چهل و سوم 1390؛ چاپ پنجاهم 1391؛ چاپ پنجاه و نهم 1395؛ چاپ شصت و چهارم 1397؛ موضوع جسم و جان از نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 معنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم زهرا سرداریان؛ ویراستار فاطمه شادی؛ تهران، آسو، 1398؛ در 240 ص؛ شابک 9786229565032؛ عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم لیلا آزادی؛ تهران، معیار اندیشه، 1390؛ در 269 ص؛ شابک 9786005462357؛ چاپ سوم 1392؛عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم مجید شهرابی؛ تهران، سلسله مهر؛ 1392؛ د 287 ص؛ شابک 9786005260472؛ چاپ دوم 1393؛عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم مریم کاظمی تبار؛ تهران، سپهر ادب، 1394؛ در 208 ص؛ شابک 9789649923376؛ چاپ دوم 1394؛ سوم 1395؛ چهارم 1397؛عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم سمانه فلاح؛ تهران، طاهریان، 1394؛ در 176 ص؛ شابک 9786006235592؛ عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم زهره شهرستانی؛ قم، انتشارات ملینا؛ 1397؛ در 216 ص؛ شابک 9786003271715؛ چاپ دیگر قم، بزم قلم، 1396، در 216 ص؛ شابک 9786009794536؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، یاریگر؛ 1396؛ در 216 ص؛ شابک 9786009720231؛عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم زهرا آلوشی؛ مشهد، انتشارات پرثوآ‏‫، 1397؛ در 344 ص؛ شابک 9786229512456؛عنوان شفای زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم هایده بربری؛ تهران، حوض نقره، 1391؛ در 224 ص؛ شابک 9786001941399؛ عنوان درمان بوسیله ی نیروی فکر؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم قدیر گلکاریان؛ تهران، گوتنبرگ، 1375؛ در 195 ص؛ شابک 9646006043؛عنوان زندگی شفابخش؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم مریم کاظمی تبار؛ تهران، نیک فرجام؛ 1390؛ در 362 ص؛ شابک 9789649913810؛ عنوان شفای جسم و جان؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم آزاده تویسرکانی؛ تهران، زرین، نگارستان کتاب؛ 1382؛ در 298 ص؛ شابک ایکس 964407386؛ از ترجمه ی آلمانی ؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، زرین، چاپ چهارم 1388، در 298 ص؛ شابک 9789644073861؛ چاپ پنجم 1391؛عنوان شفابخش زندگی؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم فروزنده دولتیاری؛ تهران، گلستان، 1390؛ در 288 ص؛ شابک 9786006253077؛ چاپ دوم 1393؛ عنوان سلامت تن در سلامت روح؛ نویسنده ل‍وئ‍ی‍ز ه‍ی‌؛ مترجم میترا میرشکار؛ تهران، علم، 1385، در 363 ص؛ شابک 9789644056055؛ خودتان را دوست داشته باشید و خود را ببخشید ا شربیانی

  7. Therese Therese says:

    This is a tough book for me to admit to Because its self help And its got goofy sounding psuedo science around the edgesand its hippy flakey commie witchy woman so on so forth everything that is the opposite of how I indentify myselfBut damn The core of it is one revolutionary idea that I can't disassemble with any amount of cynicism or logic And that is I'm choosing my life All sadness failure struggle in my lifeI'm creating it ASKING for it even And it can change Its a beautiful object this book Every page is written on soothing glossy watercolors I wanted to own it the first time I picked it up even tho I didn't much read it for two years I can't say my life is healed or changed yet But this book makes me happy And hopeful

  8. Kory Kory says:

    Dear Oprah I typically appreciate your literary leadership The Secret and I have had some good times together I even enjoyed A Million Little Pieces despite the lies However you have dropped the ball on this one This chick is crazy She has some good ideas sort of but wow this one was hokey hokey hokey I forced myself to read it and I wish I hadn't Feel free to make it up to me by sending me a new car

  9. Allison Allison says:

    I couldn't finish this one due to high levels of disagreement seeing flames ;While I agree that our physical states are tied to our emotional ones I don't think breast cancer or HIV affects people who just didn't love themselves enough Her approach tries to be inspiration but just ends up blaming the victimNo thanks

  10. Dawn Dawn says:

    I've read this book before and I know I will read it again I refer to the 'Heal Your Body' section often if I am sick or I have an ache or pain to learn the positive affirmation to say to 'release' the physical ailment I saw the author Louise Hay on Oprah maybe 8 years ago and was instantly compelled by her sincerity knowledge and compassion to buy this book I have since given this book as a gift to many Many of you may scratch your head or think I'm crazy for saying this but I believe there is much validity to the the mind body negative thoughts vs positive thoughts connection I have worked in the medical field for over 20 years and work hands on daily with patients with all sorts of mental and physical ailments and diseases I have witnessed first hand the power of positive thought and positive action at work even with those who are severely injured or sick Again this might sound kooky to some of you in our modern age of technology medicine and pharmaceuticals Those have their place too but what can it hurt to learn to love ourselves from within not criticize ourselves or others or learn to forgive ourselves and others? The answer is simple It can't hurt anything only heal our lives from the very simplest to the most complex levels I recommend this book to everyone

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About the Author: Louise L. Hay

Louise Hay was born to Heal Your ePUB ☆ a poor mother who married Hay's violent stepfather When she was about five she was raped by a neighbor At fifteen she dropped out of high You Can ePUB í school without a diploma became pregnant and on her sixteenth birthday gave up her newborn baby girl for adoptionShe moved to Chicago where she worked in menial jobs before moving in Can Heal Your PDF ↠ to New York At this point she changed her.