You Can Heal Your Life is a very inspirational movie based on Louise L. Hay's best-selling and groundbreaking book of the same name. It goes beyond from being "just a Law of Attraction movie", although the same principles and ideas apply.
The movie consists largely of touching personal interviews, but there's also a journey woman character struggling with her personal change. The movie is hosted by the self-help author, teacher and Hay House founder Louise Hay herself.
You Can Heal Your Life offers an
intimate look into Louise Hay's moving and inspirational life story. Her
childhood and her youth have been very traumatic times, but she has
turned her bad experiences into an extraordinary life, helping other
people in their challenges.
The movie shows how Louise's 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.
It helps you apply her affirmations and groundbreaking wisdom to heal your own life and the challenges that you may face today.
“This movie is the story of my life, my teachings and how I’ve applied the principles of my teachings to my own life. I’ve made enormous changes in my own life that I had no idea would be possible.”
- Louise Hay
A number of luminaries in the fields of personal growth, health, spirituality, and new thought share their personal stories about Louise’s impact on their lives in the You Can Heal Your Life movie.
Doreen Virtue, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Gay Hendricks, Esther and Jerry Hicks, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Candace B. Pert, Cheryl Richardson, Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz, and many others...
Throughout the movie, you are taught how this step-by-step process actually works.
Awareness is the first step in changing. Of course, it's easy to turn back or to blame others, but the healing attitude is to think that the external challenges are simply a reflection of an internal resistance to change.
I find it easy to relate to the journey woman character, who struggles with negative thoughts.
So you've heard about positive thinking and the Law of Attraction.
But you don’t quite understand how that whole process actually works? Then I'm sure Louise Hay's You Can Heal Your Life will certainly be a truly eye-opening experience for you.
When something bad happens, of course it looks and feels horrible at first. However, you may later realize that everything happens for a reason. Something good will come out of those bad things.
I know it may be hard to think and feel this way in case you're going through tough times, but know that eventually, it's all going to be ok.
Louise's story and the stories of those other people appearing in You Can Heal Your Life are living proof of that you can turn your miserable and tough experiences into something good.
Affirmations and other self-help healing techniques can help us rewire the patterns in our brain. These methods can be even more effective than medication.
Louise Hay discovered the connection between the mind and body by observation, long before it was fashionable to discuss this connection. Science supports it now, decades later.
Doing affirmations is basically making positive statements about your life. You're stating your goals.
However, you need to have emotional power behind your affirmations so that you also take inspired action to support your affirmations, which then manifest themselves.
The interviewees in You Can Heal Your Life discuss a lot about the power of affirmations.
What medicine teaches about what causes diseases is not the whole truth.
You'll see and hear in You Can Heal Your Life people who have been able to cure even different types of cancer without any medical help, including Louise Hay herself.
“The body, like everything else in life, is a mirror of our inner thoughts and beliefs. Every cell within your body responds to every single thought you think and every word you speak.”
- Louise Hay
You can start that change by letting go of your limiting beliefs, conscious or unconscious.
So, every time you think a thought or speak a word, you're painting your future. But, the universe doesn't respond to your words, it responds to your vibration. And, your emotions indicate what your vibration is.
Words do matter, however, because if you think or say negative things about yourself, there's often strong emotional power behind those words.
When asked what message Louise hoped people would take with them after seeing this movie, she said:
“I’d like to see them discover what they can really do for themselves. People are so hungry to learn how to take control of their lives.”
Gratitude, loving yourself, taking responsibility of what's inside of you, and "what you give out, comes back to you" are very important things.
Check out another amazing movie, Wayne Dyer's The Shift, and read my review about it.