Life Loves You

Life Loves You

7 Spiritual Practices to Heal your Life

eBook - 2015
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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 cover: - 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 - Be Grateful Now - cultivating basic trust - Learn to Receive - being undefended and open - Healing the Future - choosing love over fear
Publisher: [United States] : Hay House, Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2015
ISBN: 9781401946944
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Holden, Robert 1965-
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"The first time Christopher (Holden's young son) met Louise, he ran right up to her and shouted, "Would you like to see my teeth?" Louise considered his proposal for a moment and said, "Yes, I would." Christopher then looked up and grinned. "Thank you," said Louise. "That's okay," said Christopher. He hadn't done that with anyone before and hasn't repeated it since. Later on, I asked Louise about the significance of teeth. In her matter-of-fact way, she said, "Teeth are about making good decisions. He was simply telling me that he knows his own mind and that he is capable of making good decisions." (p 32).


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