Louise Hay Quotes



Best 25 Heal Your Body Quotes by Louise Hay

Heal Your Body Quotes

“Anything we send out mentally or verbally will come back to us in that same form.”

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“Be willing to change your words and thoughts and watch your life change. The way to control your life is to control your choice of words and thoughts. No one thinks in your mind but you.”

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“For us to become whole and healthy, we must balance the body, mind, and spirit. We need to take good care of our bodies. We need to have a positive mental attitude about ourselves and about life. And we need to have a strong spiritual connection.

When these three things are balanced, we rejoice in living. No doctor or health practitioner can give us this unless we choose to take part in our healing process.”

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“How often have we said, “That’s the way I am”, or “That’s the way it is.” What we’re really saying is that it is what we 'believe to be true for us'.

Usually what we believe is only someone else’s opinion that we’ve accepted and incorporated into our own belief system. It fits in with other things that we believe.

If we were taught as a child that the world is a frightening place, then everything we hear that fits in with that belief we will accept as true for us — for example: “Don’t trust strangers,” “Don’t go out at night,” “People cheat you,” and so on.

On the other hand, if we were taught early in life that the world is a safe and joyous place, then we would believe other things, such as: “Love is everywhere,” “People are so friendly,” and “Money comes to me easily.”

Life experiences mirror our beliefs. We seldom sit down and question our beliefs. For instance, I could ask myself: “Why do I believe that it’s difficult for me to learn? Is that really true? Is it true for me now? Where did that belief come from? Do I still believe it simply because a first-grade teacher told me so over and over? Would I be better off if I dropped that belief?”

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“How you start your day is how you live your day. How you live your day is how you live your life.”

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“Humor and joy contribute to my total well-being.”

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“I am releasing the old and making room for the new.”

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“I love and approve of myself, and I trust the process of life. I am safe.”

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“I now discover how wonderful I am. I choose to love and enjoy myself.”

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“I trust the process of life. Only right and good action is taking place in my life.”

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“I’ve learned that for every condition in our lives, there’s a need for it. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have it. The symptom is only an outer effect.

We must go within to dissolve the mental cause. This is why willpower and discipline don’t work. They’re only battling the outer effect. It’s like cutting down the weed instead of getting the root out.

So before you begin the New Thought Pattern affirmations, work on the willingness to release the need for the cigarettes, the headache, the excess weight, or whatever. When the need is gone, the outer effect must die. No plant can live if the root is cut away.

The mental thought patterns that cause the most dis-ease in the body are criticism, anger, resentment, and guilt. For instance, criticism indulged in long enough will often lead to dis-eases such as arthritis. Anger turns into things that boil, burn, and infect the body. Resentment long held festers and eats away at the self and ultimately can lead to tumors and cancer. Guilt always seeks punishment and leads to pain.

It’s so much easier to release these negative thinking patterns from our minds when we’re healthy than to try to dig them out when we’re in a state of panic and under the threat of the surgeon’s knife.”

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“I’ve learned that there are really just two mental patterns that contribute to dis-ease: fear and anger.

Anger can show up as impatience, irritation, frustration, criticism, resentment, jealousy, or bitterness. These are all thoughts that poison the body. When we release this burden, all the organs in our body begin to function properly.

Fear could be tension, anxiety, nervousness, worry, doubt, insecurity, feeling not good enough, or unworthiness. Do you relate to any of this stuff? We must learn to substitute faith for fear if we are to heal.”

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“If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.”

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“If we want a joyous life, we must think joyous thoughts. Whatever we send out mentally or verbally will come back to us in like form.”

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“It doesn’t matter how long we’ve had negative patterns, an illness, a rotten relationship, lack of finances, or self-hatred. We can begin to make a change today.

The thoughts we’ve held and the words we’ve repeatedly used have created our life and experiences up to this point. Yet, that is past thinking; we’ve already done that.

What we’re choosing to think and say, today, at this moment, will create tomorrow and the next day and the next week and the next month and the next year, and so on.”

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“It’s the negative thought patterns that produce uncomfortable, unrewarding experiences with which we’re concerned. It’s our desire to change our dis-ease in life into perfect health.”

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“Our consistent thinking patterns create our experiences. Therefore, by changing our thinking patterns, we can change our experiences.

What a joy it was when I first discovered the words metaphysical causations. This describes the power in the words and thoughts that create experiences. This new awareness brought me an understanding of the connection between thoughts and the different parts of the body and physical problems.”

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“Stop for a moment and catch your thought. What are you thinking right now? If thoughts shape your life and experiences, would you want this thought to become true for you? If it’s a thought of worry, anger, hurt, or revenge, how do you think that this thought will come back for you?”

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“Take a little time to listen to the words you say. If you hear yourself saying something three times, write it down. It has become a pattern for you.

At the end of a week, look at the list you’ve made and you’ll see how your words fit your experiences.”

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“The point of power is always in the present moment. This is where we begin to make changes.

What a liberating idea. We can begin to let the old nonsense go. Right now. The smallest beginning will make a difference.”

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“The word incurable, which is so frightening to so many people, really only means that the particular condition cannot be cured by 'outer' methods and that we must go within to effect the healing. The condition came from nothing and will go back to nothing.”

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“Usually what we believe is only someone else’s opinion that we’ve accepted and incorporated into our own belief system.”

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“We seldom sit down and question our beliefs. For instance, I could ask myself: Why do I believe that it’s difficult for me to learn? Is that really true? Is it true for me now? Where did that belief come from? Do I still believe it simply because a first-grade teacher told me so over and over? Would I be better off if I dropped that belief?”

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“When you were a tiny baby, you were pure joy and love. You knew how important you were; you felt that you were the center of the universe. You had such courage that you asked for what you wanted and you expressed all your feelings openly. You loved yourself totally — every part of your body, including your f*ces.

You knew that you were perfect. And that is the truth of your being. All the rest is learned nonsense and can be unlearned.”

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“You are the only person who thinks in your mind! You are the power and authority in your world.”

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“Love often leads to healing, while fear and isolation breed illness. And our biggest fear is abandonment.”


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