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Louise Hay of Hay House Publications is a pioneer in the area of promoting the best self-help teachers in the world. Louise is a living example of someone who has experienced great challenges in her personal life and has found ways to rise above such limitations. She is down-to-earth in her philosophy.
The central message she teaches is one of learning “self acceptance” – learning to love and appreciate ourselves. Accepting our innate value and worthiness – as a “given”. We ARE already totally valued, loved, and worthy. There’s “nothing to prove”.
And once we really let this truth into our consciousness – once we really accept it – then we begin to see our life transform.
Is it easy?
For most – no.
Years of counter conditioning by society, family, schooling, the media and so forth.
Is it worth it?
If you want to be the person you have the potential to be – you have “no choice” – than to accept your innate value, goodness and worthiness. To do less, will only hold you down and back. And you will never be truly satisfied or happy. There will be an inner hunger you can never satisfy with material possessions and achievements alone.
Change starts from within. Tap into more of your power.
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It’s easy to get sucked into what the media delivers as “news” – mostly a daily collection of the worst events that journalists can unearth on the planet.
It’s refreshing to be reminded of the “fundamentals” in life.
Thought for today .. watch this inspirational video for a different take on the “7 wonders of the world.
Have you ever been transported into another world – thanks to a wondrous tale?
I know I have – many times.
Books and movies are two extremely powerful mediums for sparking the imagination.
Last week I went to see the newly released movie, Life of Pi. I saw it in 3D.
I was expecting something out of the ordinary – when I saw the Director was the talented contemporary filmmaker, Ang Lee. What an adventure! What a drama! What a tale!
Ang Lee directed another movie I also thoroughly enjoyed.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
What I particularly enjoyed in Life of Pi
Here are some of the things I particularly enjoyed in this movie:
– Themes that were explored in a lightly humorous way (e.g. as a child Pi enthusiastically embraced three religions simultaneously – much to the concern of his father)
– The spectacular cinematography – the seascapes and skyscapes – showcasing Gaia in her beauty and awe
– The “choice of two endings” offered the viewer
– The wonderful soundtrack
If you’d like to spend 2 delightful hours in an alternate reality, then I highly recommend seeing Life of Pi in 3D. Read about it here – Life of Pi
Check out this video. It’s an amazing example of the creativity and ingenuity of the human mind. Animusic – Music animation.
There is no faster way to lift your mood – or mental state or vibration – than being in the presence of “beauty”. Beauty comes in many forms: music, artworks, people, nature and animals, architecture, design – are some that come to mind right now.
The work of Norwegian artist Tone Aanderaa is uplifting and inspirational. Enjoy an inspirational moment here.
The music of Hans Zimmer belongs to another realm. Listen to these two wonderfully uplifting and soaring tracks. Turn up the volume…
Injection by Hans Zimmer from Mission Impossible 2
Chevaliers de Sangreal by Hans Zimmer from The Da Vinci Code