As an avid reader in the self-help section, our life coach columnist explains which one impacted her the most.
What’s in your library? Bookcase or Audio? For me it’s a host of CDs and downloads, along with hardback and audible. And ironic enough, I wasn’t even a reader until I was approaching my 30s and then it was like a switch flipped and I became a sponge soaking up everything in the self-help section.
I often get asked which book has had the most impact on my life and I always go back to the book, “You Can Heal Your Own Life” by Louise L. Hay. Not only has this book changed my life from the first time I read it, but it continues to offer me support and a recommendation to anyone looking to change their circumstances at a much deeper level then just scratching the surface.
This book was first published in October 1984, by a woman who is faced with many life’s challenges and to overcome them, moving into the role as a pillar of support for millions. Surprisingly, her work began later in life which includes publishing her book at the age of 58. Talk about being inspired.
If you haven’t heard of the book, here’s a snipped of the bio:
The author, Hay, assisted millions of people in discovering and using the full potential of their own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing. This book even includes a section on healing your body from the mental patterns that create dis-eases in the body.
Hay believes that “if we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” She also explains in the book how limiting beliefs and ideas are often the cause of illness and shows how you can change your thinking which will improve the quality of your life.
If you are ready for change your current story and circumstances and want to get a jumpstart into living your life by design, this is the book for you. Happy reading!