You already know you need to eat your vegetables and exercise regularly to stay healthy… But did you know your thoughts can impact your health just as much?
So how are your thoughts affecting your health now?
Do they lift you up, make you feel happy, and energize you?
Although some may, chances are… many don’t.
So how can you start to look at yourself lovingly instead of critically?
By saying positive affirmations daily!
Louise Hay knew all about self-love, and for the past 30 years, that’s what she taught… beginning with her “little blue book” Heal Your Body.
In this excerpt, Louise reminds us how our thought patterns can contribute to the process of disease or injury. Then, stay tuned for a free audio where Louise shows you how to shift this thinking to create healing, instead.
This little book doesn’t “heal” anyone, but it does awaken within you the ability to contribute to your own healing process. 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.
The Mental Thought Patterns that Form Our Experience
Both the good in our lives and the disease are the results of mental thought patterns that form our experiences. We all have many thought patterns that produce good, positive experiences, and these we enjoy. It’s the negative thought patterns that produce uncomfortable, unrewarding experiences with which we’re concerned.
We’ve learned that for every effect in our lives, there’s a thought pattern that precedes and maintains it. 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. I learned how I had unknowingly created disease in myself, and this made a great difference in my life. Now I could stop blaming life and other people for what was wrong in my life and my body. I could now take full responsibility for my own health. Without either reproaching myself or feeling guilty, I began to see how to avoid creating thought patterns of disease in the future.
If you’re ready to begin shifting the mental thought patterns that hold disease, illness and discomfort in your body, listen to this free audio from Louise’s audiobook Love Your Body now.