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Creating a mindset for change

Creating new changes within ourselves is very much a topic for self-help author Louise Hay. In her book, You Can Heal Your Life, she includes two lists, one negative and one that turns the negative around. Here is the negative: My life is a mess I should lose weight Nobody loves me I want to […]

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Ways we don’t love ourselves

In her book, You Can Heal Your Life, Louise Hay writes of her belief that lack of self love (not self-centered vanity or arrogance) causes many of our illnesses. She includes this list of ways we don’t love ourselves: We scold and criticize ourselves endlessly We mistreat our bodies with food, alcohol and drugs We […]

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Awareness creates change

Enneagrams, NLP, EMDR, boundary setting skills, John Eldredge, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, brain plasticity, the Bible, years of teaching in the martial arts, care taking my aging mother, being married to my amazing husband — all these have led me to insights I share in this blog. I am no PhD., but as a […]

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Hay fever and the mind

Hay fever season just hit me like a ton of bricks. Sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose — ah, the fun of it all. I looked up the probable cause for hay fever in Louise Hay’s book, You Can Heal Your Life. Hay believes all illness has roots in how we view ourselves and the world, […]

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In this day of political correctness, the idea of sin or sinning is viewed as a bit harsh and intolerant. I think mainly because most of the people judgmentally calling other people sinners really need a closer look at their own lives. Nobody likes hypocrisy. Nobody. The funny thing is, sin has been made out […]

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