Heal Summit – Michael Beckwith


Michael Bernard Beckwith reminds us all of the importance in releasing and forgiving to set ourselves and others free. Forgiveness heals.

Healing the Body with Affirmative Prayer

During Hay House HEAL Summit Day 6, Healing Your Spirit, Michael presents “Healing the Body with Affirmative Prayer”

In this life-changing lesson, Michael Bernard Beckwith gives you a spiritual prescription to heal any ailment you’re currently struggling with. With his compassionate style, he shares the true power of prayer, how to self-forgive, and why courage is the key to abundance, success, and happy relationships.



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You’ll learn how to heal your gut in weeks (even after antibiotics), train your nervous system to relax, even heal mental illness.

Plus, it’s free to attend and you can choose to watch by high-definition video or listen to the audio option when you’re on the go.

Each of the 18 lessons in this Summit is packed with healing wisdom that was gained over a lifetime by each of these experts.

You’ll learn so much about your body and your health, and each day features a different topic and experts.


You Can Heal Your Life – Free Movie


Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life Movie | Free 10/08 thru 10/31

This month Hay House is celebrating the inspiring life of Louise Hay by giving you access to Louise’s You Can Heal Your Life Movie for FREE! This movie is based on Louise’s best-selling book and provide in-depth insights into Louise’s fascinating personal story; and shows how her views on self-esteem, abundance, and the metaphysical causes behind physical ailments were developed. It also reveals how she applied these concepts to her own emotional, spiritual, and professional life.

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You Can Heal Your Life: The Movie, which is hosted by Louise, offers not only an intimate look into her moving and inspirational life story, but also a special segment devoted to helping you apply Louise’s affirmations and groundbreaking wisdom to heal your own life and the challenges that you face today.

This entertaining and inspirational movie based on the best-selling book is hosted by author and teacher Louise L. Hay. This film gives penetrating insights into Louise’s fascinating personal story; and shows how her views on self-esteem, abundance, and the metaphysical causes behind physical ailments were developed. It also reveals how she applied these concepts to her own emotional, spiritual, and professional life.

A number of luminaries in the fields of self-help, philosophy, health, spirituality, and New Thought join Louise, giving their take on success, happiness, and the myriad ways in which people can heal their own lives. And there are also gripping firsthand accounts from others who have been positively affected by Louise’s work.

Louise Hay

Through Louise’s healing techniques and positive philosophy, millions have learned how to create more of what they want in their lives, including more wellness in their bodies, minds, and spirits. Her own personal philosophy was forged from her tormented upbringing. Her childhood was unstable and impoverished, and her teen years were marked by abuse. Louise ran away from home and ended up in New York City, where she became a model and married a prosperous businessman. Although it appeared that her life had turned around, it was not until the marriage ended 14 years later that her healing really began.

Louise started what would become her life’s work in New York City in 1970. She attended meetings at the Church of Religious Science and began training in the ministerial program. She became a popular speaker at the church, and soon found herself counseling clients. This work quickly blossomed into a full-time career. After several years, Louise compiled a reference guide detailing the mental causes of physical ailments, and developed positive thought patterns for reversing illness and creating health. This compilation was the basis for Heal Your Body, also known affectionately as “the little blue book.” She began traveling throughout the United States, lecturing and facilitating workshops on loving ourselves and healing our lives.


The Ten Biggest Time-Wasting Habits


Time: It’s the one thing that keeps on rolling, no matter what we do. And if we could choose a superhero power, many of us would probably choose to freeze it, just so we could buy ourselves a few more minutes, hours or even days to get something done.
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But you can buy yourself more time — because right now, you are wasting a whole lot of it. When you find out the silly ways in which most of us waste our limited, precious moments, you may rethink some of your time-wasting habits.


Twenty-four hours in a day is simply not enough, but is it? Most people work all day, come home, cook dinner, spend time with the family, go to bed and then do it all over again — it’s the proverbial hamster wheel. But what if you could conjure up another hour or two each day? If you examine your life and your habits close enough, you may be able to get that extra time. You may also find that that many of the things that are sucking up time in your daily life are unnecessary.

Here are some of your everyday time-sucks:


According to a Gallup poll, the average worker spends 46 minutes commuting to and from work. It’s no wonder that people who live closer to work have substantially more happiness. The easy solution for this would be to move closer to work, but if that’s not possible, see if you can shift the times you drive to and from work to avoid peak traffic periods.
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We all enjoy a good “timeout” experience here and there, but television is one thing that is sucking up heaps our time. The average American spends around three hours per day watching television — that’s a lot of TV. And, a significant amount of that time is wasted on watching TV ads.


Even after we’ve had our fill of television; in comes social media. There’s an undeniable shift in our culture toward it, and we all need a social life, but how much is too much?  A U.S. poll indicated that most people spend an average of forty minutes to an hour everyday on Facebook alone. Time spent on Twitter and Snapchat averages around 17 minutes per day.

Take some time to evaluate just how much time you’re spending on these social media platforms, and how much value they really add to your day.


It’s easy to get lost in the la la land of down time. By finding something to do when you’re waiting for an appointment, a friend or for your car to be washed, “down time” does not become wasted time.


They say the most successful people in the world have morning and/or night routines that they stick to. This keeps them on task and saves time. Instead of being a victim to your lack of routine, stick to a schedule.


It’s easy to say “yes.” We all want to be helpful. But how about saying “no” instead? Sometimes, as much as you want to, you cannot afford to take on someone else’s task. Say “no” when you can, and pay yourself in time.


Is there anything you’re doing that you can delegate to someone else? We often do things we don’t necessarily need to out of pure habit or a need for control when, in actuality, someone else could get it done just as well. Let go, and you will gain some space in your schedule.


Give yourself reasonable time limits to complete tasks. That way, you’re not lingering on any one thing. It’s easy to lose track of how much time you’re spending on something when your mind is aimlessly wondering elsewhere, or you play the stop-and-go game. For example, does it really take an hour to finish that chapter? Or finish that report? Probably not. Use time limits to maximize your efficiency.


Most of the time-wasting habits we have at work stem directly from boredom. That’s because when we are bored, we find ways to occupy our mind in some way.


Oftentimes our first distraction ends up being the Internet. Some 64% of people surveyed by salary.com indicated that they spend time surfing non-work related websites every day, while they are on company time. Why can’t people focus 100% of the time while at work? Perhaps they are simply not challenged enough.


But we can’t blame all of the time that is wasted at work on the Internet. Survey participants also stated that sorting through and answering work emails can take up to a whopping 20% of an their time, while 47% say attending too many meetings took up the bulk of their time.


As such, workplace time-sucks are the result of either the lack of challenging (or engaging) work or poor planning. Meetings about planning another meeting, fixing frivolous mistakes and answering heaps of email messages — all of these are time-sucks that are costing you (or your employer) money. When it comes to work time-sucks, get engaged, get productive and you will save time.

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Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender


These two words – Letting Go – are very easy to say but can be challenging to actually do. Some of the things we might be trying to let go include:

  1. Past Events or Behaviors
  2. Fear
  3. Anger
  4. Desire
  5. Grief

lettingn-go-audio140 Letting Go describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to Enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the author’s clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all of its many forms. The inner mechanism of surrender was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book.

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.Lao Tzu

Some benefits to letting things, related to the above list, go in your life are: happiness, success, health, well-being, intuition, unconditional love, beauty, inner peace and creativity.

Many of us think the key to happiness and success results from hard work, discipline and commitment, when in reality, many times the secret is surrendering and letting go to reach your goals.

Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender

Here is a brief video of Dr David R. Hawkins giving a A Lesson on Surrender. When asked to describe surrender to a three year old so that they know they are doing it right his response: “Quit trying.”

About the Author:

david-hawkins Sir David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, spiritual lecturer, and mystic. Author of more than eight books, including the bestseller Power vs. Force, Dr. Hawkins’s work has been translated into more than 17 languages.