Today we will talk about the book Heal Your Body, which Louise L. Hay has written. The book Heal Your Body is a fresh and easy step-by-step guide to dealing with ailments related to the body. The book helps us look at our particular health challenge to get the information needed to overcome it by creating a new thought pattern and possible causes of the health problem. Through the book, you can make the right decisions about your health and keep your body away from all kinds of diseases.
The author Louise L. Hay has helped heal and inspired millions of people worldwide. He was diagnosed with cancer over 20 years ago and used his body’s healing methods to heal himself. The author states that our perspective towards life and the language we use cause our diseases. Using their easy and practical techniques, you will be surprised to discover patterns in your ailments that reveal a lot about you. With the help of this, you will be able to heal yourself.
The author’s central message is that almost anything can be cured if we are willing to do brain work. Hundreds of thousands worldwide have read this book and found it an essential reference.
1. Our power is in our present moment
Right here and now in our minds. It doesn’t matter how long we have had negative patterns, an illness, a rotten relationship, a lack of money, or hatred of ourselves. We can start the change from today itself. The ideas we adopt and repeatedly use words have shaped our lives and experiences.
Still, that is just our past. What we choose to think and say will create similar situations today, this time, tomorrow, the next day, next week, next month, and next year. The point of power is always in the present moment. This is where we start making changes. We can start letting go of the old crap. From now on – a tiny beginning will make a difference.
The author said we had pure happiness and love as little kids. We all knew our importance; you had so much courage that you asked for whatever you wanted and expressed all your feelings openly. You loved yourself completely; you knew you were enough. And this is the truth of your being. Everything else is rubbish that you have learned or been taught to you.
How often have we said, “I am like that,” or “that’s how it is.” We are saying this is what we “believe to be true for us.” Usually, what we believe is just someone else’s opinion that we have taken for granted. It fits in with the rest of the things we rely on.
If we were taught as a child that the world is a scary place, everything we hear fits with what we believe to be true to ourselves—for example: “Don’t trust strangers,” “Don’t go out at night,” “People cheat on you,” and so on. On the other hand, if we were taught early in life that the world is a safe and joyful place, we would rely on the rest, such as: “Love is everywhere,” “People are friendly,” and “Money comes easily.” ” Our life experiences show our beliefs.
If we want a happy life, we must think about thoughts of happiness. Whatever we send into the universe, mindfully or spoken, comes back to us in the same form. Take time to listen to what you are saying or about to say, think then speak. If you hear yourself saying something three times, write it down. This has become a pattern for you. At the end of a week, look at your list, and you’ll see how your words fit your experience.
Be prepared to change your comments and thoughts and watch your life change. How to control your life is to manage your choice of words and ideas. No one else thinks in your mind except you, so keep positive thoughts in your mind. If you stay positive, then in return, you will get a positive result which will be good for you.
2. The thought patterns that form our experiences
The good and the trouble in our lives come through the brain’s thought patterns that create our experiences. We all have many good thought patterns, and those we enjoy create positive experiences. What we worry about are negative thought patterns that create comfortable, unprofitable experiences.
We should aspire to convert our illness into complete health in life. We have learned that for every effect in our lives, a thought pattern precedes and sustains it. Our persistent thinking patterns create our experiences. Therefore, we can change our experiences by changing how we think.
The author says she was pleased when she first discovered the word ‘spiritual.’ It tells about the power of words and thoughts that create experiences. This new awareness gave the author an understanding of the relationship between ideas and different parts of the body and physical problems.
He learned that he had unintentionally created restlessness, which had made a massive difference in his life. Now she could stop blaming life and others for what was wrong with her and her body. She could now take full responsibility for her health.
Without reprimanding himself or feeling guilty, he began to see how to avoid forming thought patterns of illness in the future. For example, the author could not understand why he had frequent neck stiffness. Then the author learned that the neck represented flexibility on issues; she was ready to look at different sides of a question.
The author was inflexible, often refusing to listen to the other side of a question out of fear. But, as she became more flexible in her thinking and with a loving understanding, she could see the other person’s perspective, then her neck stopped bothering her. Now, if his neck had become stiff, she would see where his thinking hardened. And by making him flexible, she solves her problem.
We should consider our thought patterns and consider what is suitable for us. Have some flexibility in your understanding and try to understand others too. By doing this, you can easily overcome your problems.
3. Replacing old patterns
We must first work to eradicate the mental cause to eliminate any condition permanently. But often, because we need to know what causes it, it becomes difficult to know where to start. It is necessary for every condition in our life. The symptom is only an external effect. Otherwise, we would not have it. To dissolve the mind’s reason, we must go within ourselves.
This is the reason that willpower and discipline do not work in this. They are just battling with outside influence. It is like cutting down a weed instead of uprooting the root. So before you start the New Thought Pattern affirmations, work on your cigarette, headache, weight gain, or whatever else you want to release.
When the need is gone, the external influence must also be gone. If the root is cut off, no plant can survive. Similarly, when the thoughts that harm you are eliminated from the heart, the problem does not arise again.
The brain thought patterns cause the most problems in the body, including criticism, anger, cursing, and guilt. For example, prolonged criticism often leads to diseases such as arthritis. Anger turns into things that boil, burn, and infect the body. The cursing lasts for a long time, eats itself up, and can eventually lead to tumors and cancer. Finally, the feeling of guilt always seeks punishment and leads to pain. These are all negative thinking patterns and only harm your body, but when we are healthy, it is straightforward to get these negative thinking patterns out of our minds.
The list of mindful peers is gathered from the author’s many years of study, his work with clients, and his lectures and workshops. It helps as a quick-acting reference guide to the possible brain patterns behind the disease in your body. Through this, you can adopt the easy methods of the author to heal your body, which is told in the next chapter.
4. Healing affirmations
If you want to end your problems, you must adopt treatment affirmations. For this, you know the possible reason behind your difficulties and create new thought patterns to overcome them. Some crucial times have been mentioned in the book, and we usually have to know why and get new thought patterns. As stated here:- First, we will tell the problem, its cause, and what new ideas must be changed.
For example, if you told me that you had a problem with constipation, I would know that you had some confidence in limits and constraints and, therefore, were afraid to give up on anything out of fear. It can also mean that you are holding onto an old, painful memory of the past and will not let go.
You may fear giving up on relationships that no longer nurture you, an unfinished job, or some asset that is no longer useful. You can also be stingy about money. Your restlessness will give me many clues about your mental perspective. The author tries to convince us that a clenched fist and a strict attitude cannot lead to anything new.
You can create a new cycle of good experiences using your brain differently. You should go home and clean your wardrobe, discarding all the useless stuff to make room for new things. And while you’re doing this, say aloud to yourself, “I’m letting go of the old and making room for the new.” In a modest but effective way.
And as you begin to understand the principle of release and letting go, constipation, which is a form of grabbing and holding, will go away on its own. The body would freely release what no longer of little use was. The author has often used love, peace, happiness, and self-approval.
When we can truly live from the loving place of the heart, accept ourselves and trust in the divine power given to us, our lives will be filled with peace and joy, sickness and uncomfortable feelings in our experience. We will not stay. We aim to live a happy, healthy life and enjoy our company. Love removes anger, love removes fear, and love creates security. When you immerse yourself completely in love, everything in your life starts flowing with ease, harmony, health, prosperity, and joy.
A great way to use this book when you have a physical problem is to:
1. Watch your brain reason. Let’s see if this holds for you. If not, sit quietly and ask yourself: “What thoughts can I have that create this?”
2. Repeat to yourself (out loud, if you can): “I am ready to release the pattern, in my understanding, that created this situation.”
3. Repeat the new thought pattern to yourself several times. Repeat the steps each time you think of the situation.
5. Loving treatment
Finally, meditation is included, which can be read daily, as it creates a healthy understanding and, therefore, you will also have a healthy body. Repeat these to yourself:
I have never-ending love. I now let this love flow. It fills my heart, body, mind, understanding, and presence and radiates from me to all. I have done this many times. The more I used to love and give love, the more it grew near me. It is a feeling of happiness within me. I love myself; Therefore, I give myself a comfortable home that fulfills all my needs and is a pleasure to live in. I fill the rooms with the vibrations of love so that whoever comes in here will feel this love.
I love myself, So I work on something I enjoy doing, using my creative talents and abilities, and working with and for the people I love. I love myself; Therefore, I treat all people with love and think because I know what I do, I will get manifold returns.
I only attract loving people in my world because they are my mirror. I love myself; Therefore, I forgive and completely free the past and all past experiences, and I am free. I love myself; Therefore, I am living to the fullest now, feeling good in every moment and knowing that my future is bright, full of happiness, and secure. I am a beloved child of the universe, and the universe lovingly takes care of me now and forever.
The book “Heal Your Body” taught us how to heal our bodies. The book suggests adopting new thought patterns to deal with diseases. When we overcome our fears and anger and create a new thought pattern of loving ourselves, then all is well. I hope you have understood the book well and will include the methods mentioned in your life to heal your body.
Heal Your Body Book Review
Heal Your Body by Louise Hay is a groundbreaking and empowering book that has profoundly impacted my journey toward holistic health and wellness. In this book, Hay explores the connection between our thoughts, emotions, and physical health, asserting that we can promote healing and well-being by changing our mindset.
The book is filled with practical advice and exercises aimed at helping readers identify and release negative thought patterns that may contribute to physical ailments. As I worked through these exercises, I gained a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection and the power of positive thinking in promoting health and healing.
One of the most valuable aspects of Heal Your Body is the comprehensive list of common physical conditions and their corresponding mental and emotional causes. This list has served as a helpful reference in my personal healing journey, enabling me to address the root causes of my health issues and make lasting changes.
In conclusion, Heal Your Body is a life-changing book that offers a fresh perspective on the connection between our thoughts, emotions, and physical well-being. Louise Hay’s insightful guidance and practical techniques have the potential to transform not only our health but also our overall quality of life. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking a holistic approach to healing and wellness.