In the infinity
where I am,
all is perfect, whole and complete.
– Louise L. Hay
At age 90, surrounded by loved ones, Louise Hay passed away peacefully in her sleep of natural causes on August 30, 2017. Many will remember her legacy of healing through her business Hay House as well as the plethora of books she authored. She shared authors who brought peace, love and empowerment into our lives through Hay House.
I remember the first time I was given her book, You Can Heal Your Life back in 2002. I had breast cancer and I was so troubled by the diagnosis and feared what lay in store for me. A friend tried to explain how in reading her book, I would be healing myself, but back then, I wasn’t very spiritual. However, the dear-hearted friend who gave me the book was further along on the spiritual journey than me and I trusted her with my heart.
So I read You can Heal Your Life and I began to shift – in my thoughts, in my words, in my healing, and with love in my heart. I have never looked back at the woman who held a book in her hands disbelieving that Louise Hay’s simple message could change me so profoundly. And yet, here I am.
Louise Hay’s book began my spiritual journey and my soul healing. I am ever grateful to my friend for opening the door to me by giving me her book. I am ever grateful to Louise Hay for believing in herself and for being the light in so many lives. She helped many of us find the light again. God Bless You Louise Hay. Thank you for my healing – one book, one thought, and one affirmation at a time.
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If anyone doubts that one person can make a difference in the world, perhaps the impact of Louise Hay can serve as a shining example.
Vincent I truly hope so because she did make a difference in so many lives. Thanks for stopping by again today! 🙂
Louise Hays made a huge difference in my life when I carried the grief and guilt for my brother who took his own life Yvonne. After reading her book I let it all go and it made me kinder to myself and others. She will be missed but lives on in her books xxxx
Oh Kath, big heartfelt hugs to you and I’m so sorry about your brother. But I am grateful that her book helped you to heal. xoxo
Thanks Yvonne she has helped so many.
Her book is on my bucket list
Thank you for letting us know. I’ve been expecting the news for a bit but didn’t know where it would come from. She has made a profound difference in my life and I can’t tell you how many of her books I have purchased and recommended as well as the thousands she published. You are correct. One person can make a difference. Have a wonderfilled holiday weekend.
You are so right Marlene! One person can make a huge difference! I hope you have a lovely weekend as well! Big hugs xo
Awww, I hadn’t heard. So sorry to hear that she passed. Amazing person and writer.
I agree David. She changed so many lives! What a lovely legacy to leave behind here.
Ah! When I got home yesterday… I couldn’t believe it!! And to think she passed on the anniversary of Wayne Dyer’s death…ugh!!
More Angels in heaven 💜💜
Exactly. More angels in Heaven! xo
Her energy lives on in spirit!
Yes indeed it does! ♥