Pay Attention to Your Thoughts

I enjoy sharing the many inspirational books and films which have influenced my life in very powerful ways over the years and the movie, You Can Heal Your Life, is one of them. This film is based on the book by best-selling author Louise L. Hay, which discusses her remarkable personal story and describes how to achieve self-esteem, abundance, and self-love through the use of affirmations.

Affirmations are powerful positive statements about yourself, which radically changes the way you feel and experience life.

Repeating simple declarations such as those listed below, will completely alter your self-perception by replacing negative thoughts with something much more healing and nurturing.

I love and approve of myself Β 

I deserve the best, and accept it now

Affirming these statements will make you feel much more worthy of the life you want, and help you move in that direction.

The value of paying attention to your thoughts and changing them is discussed at length in the film, along with personal insights and stories from many of the leaders in the self-improvement field.

They discuss how changing their thoughts, has vastly improved their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Enjoy the movie trailer below!

Action Step:

Watch the movie in its entirety when you have the time.

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13 thoughts on “Pay Attention to Your Thoughts

  1. Hi Cathie. I think I’ve read her before, but it was a while ago. So, I should get a refresher. I think that voice inside your head can hold a lot of power, for negative or positive thoughts. It’s good to remember that we have the means to redirect it for positive energy.

    • So true! Even if we can’t always control what thoughts come into our minds, we can always ‘reframe’ and change them to something more positive with awareness! Great comments, thanks!

  2. Have been struggling with issues of self criticism lately especially with issues of getting older and changes to the body. A timely reminder to use affirmations which I firmly believe in. Louise Hay is an amazing woman. Thanks Cathie. πŸ™‚

    • The good news is that it is normal to have those feelings, and even better news, that there is help through affirmations to help the process! I love your honesty Teresa! Thank you. πŸ™‚

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