You Can Create an Exceptional Life: Candid Conversations with Louise Hay and Cheryl Richardson

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Hay House, Inc, 2011 - Conduct of life
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Renowned spiritual teacher Louise L. Hay joins forces with Cheryl Richardson to reveal their process for living an exceptional life. Travel with Louise and Cheryl throughout North America and Europe as they engage in a series of intimate conversations about their lives and how they've dealt with a variety of topics including loving themselves and their bodies; conscious ageing and a dignified, peaceful approach to death. This book is filled with the combined experience of two women who have lived their lives using trusted spiritual principles that really work. Reading and applying their wisdom will radically change your life, too!
 

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User Review  - tulstig - LibraryThing

A great boook for reminding me of the laws of attraction and abundance. I've not been one for affirmations (per se) before, but am using a couple of them, adjusted slightly to suit me. Read full review

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User Review  - barbaratechel - LibraryThing

Anything Lousie Hay and Cheryl Richardson come out with I always learn something new, and they both always inspire me. To have them team up for this book was a real treat. I loved how Louise shared ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Louise Hay
Becoming the Creator of
How You Start Your
Is How You Live Your Life 63
Dont Break a HabitDissolve It 93
The Beauty of Wisdom 115
The End of the Movie 135
Collected Affirmations 153
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Louise L. Hay, the author of the international bestseller You Can Heal Your Life, is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher with more than 40 million books sold worldwide. Cheryl Richardson is the New York Times bestselling author of Take Time for Your Life and The Art of Extreme Self-Care.

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