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We are now past the 10 day Hay House global summit.  It’s Day 11 and Louise Hay has an hour session with her CEO.  Below are highlights:

Louise Hay speaking on Bruce Lipton’s idea: When we think in a conscious manner we are only using 5% of our brain, and the other thoughts we are thinking are downloads of thoughts we are thinking that were projected on us when we were very little children.  So it’s all other people’s opinions.  So in other words, most of the thoughts are all other people’s opinions and if you are thinking thoughts that are making you feel bad you are not thinking your own thoughts, you are thinking thoughts that you learned as a child.

Now me interjecting: We pick up other people’s thoughts from all over the place all day long every day.  We don’t know whose thought it is: is it the neighbor’s, the guy that’s in the grocery line in front of you, is it your father’s, your mother’s, your school grade teacher’s, your sister’s, your brother’s, the peer that embarrassed you.  We don’t know where it came from, but we know one thing: if it doesn’t make you feel good … then stop, just stop, it’s not *your* thought.  It’s a thought you adopted unwittingly as your own but it belonged to someone else.  Send it back to the ethers.  It doesn’t belong to you.  If it’s not a thought that takes you back to Original Grace, it’s not yours.

More from LH: So you can say to them, these thoughts are not mine! (Me again: Sonia Choquette has a great idea to take thumb and forefinger together as a means of anchoring, while affirming these thoughts are not mine.)

More LH — Now, give yourself a lot of positive affirmations:
I am loving and lovable.
I deserve the best.
All is well in my world.  People love me;  I love people.
I have a job that really satisfies me.
I live in a beautiful home that is wonderful for me.
I have great friends.
My health is good and getting better all the time.

You want to fill yourself with the right messages.

LH: Deep down you know that you are wonderful and you are worthy of living a good life.  All is well.  I like to get people to say over and over again:

Life loves me, life loves me.  I love life. If you woke up every morning saying life loves me and every time you step out your door you say life loves me and every time you open a door you say life loves me. Every time you meet with people, or meet new people you know, you say life loves me and you get that ingrained in your consciousness … your life is going to be so much better.

Life loves you.  All is well.

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If you haven’t been able to check in on this inaugural free global online event at Hay House, there’s still time, it lasts through June 10th.  The day’s speakers will be available for just under 24 hours.  This is a phenomenal opportunity, but don’t fret if you can’t listen in, at least for today, the Bethie fairy has transcribed some more highlights for you.

Marianne Williamson speaks on what A Course in Miracles has taught her:

“…the door to peace lay in my forgiveness and love and reaching out in compassion to the person in front of me.  This is not about belief, but experience and I would only experience the peace of God to the extent to which I sought to be an element of peace in the lives of others.  When you know every thought of attack towards anyone is a sword that is dropping on your own head, and when you know that your willingness to see the innocence in another person, then therein lies your capacity to experience your own innocence.”

Jack Canfield was also a speaker, and for all of you writers, I heard him recount that his “Chicken Soup for the Soul” was rejected 143 times!  The whole series has been read now by more than a half a billion people!

Dr. Robert Holden

“Dear God, help me see the truth about myself, no matter how beautiful it is.”   (Love!)

Alan Cohen

“De-pression means there is something pressing in on you.  The best cure I know for de-pression is EX-pression.  You cannot be depressing and expressing at the same time.  If you can take that energy that is pressing in on you and gracefully re-direct it to bring it forth and press it out, then you are taking the same power that was working against you and you are making it your friend; it becomes your ally.”

Gay Hendricks

“Anytime we say things to ourselves or to others, that we don’t have time for that, we are making ourselves a victim of time   The big discovery I made is that I am the source of time and I can make up as much as I want to do the things i want to do.  The reason that works that way is because I quit thinking of myself as the victim of time.  I realized suddenly if I wasn’t speaking as the victim of time, wait a minute! … the other possibility was that maybe I was connected to the source of time!  I realized if I just completely let go and just owned my connection with the source of time, I could make up as much as I wanted to do whatever I wanted to do with it.”  (Wow, what a brilliant concept and so simple.  No maybes about it, if we are connected to Source, then we are connected to it’s unlimited supply!  Read below for a really nice dovetail on this point.)

James F. Twyman

“For most Law of Attraction techniques the foundation is the statement – I want, as opposed to the statement – I Am.  We know that I Am is the name of God, this is the presence of the Divine.  I Am that.  It’s not something that I want.  It’s not something that I hope to have someday.  I already Am because I Am claiming the authority and the divinity of my Creator which is, of course, All things.  When you look at the statement I want, obviously there is something behind that, the sponsoring thought, which is – I don’t have it already.  It’s not something I have that’s in my energy field.  But the statement – I Am, what it does is, it creates an energy field, it creates a magnetic force that is a thousand times more powerful.”

James Twyman, as he continues to comment on the idea of oneness, I Am-ness:

“How do we allow a concept to become a real force in our lives?  That’s such a good question and there’s no real easy answer because it’s not something that we can do, but it is something that we can undo.  Maybe that’s the best way to say it.  Undo this delusion that we have created, that we are separate, vulnerable, alone, that we are here to fight and survive that our physical existence is who we really are, to undo that belief.  …I realize that every moment is an opportunity, right in front of me, to see the truth, to experience oneness or to see the Beloved as I call it.”

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Hay House is putting on a global online event interviewing all the teachers that we know and love and many, many more.  This is a 10-day free event, and it’s in its second day.  Today begins with Esther Hicks who does then channel Abraham; Marianne Williamson follows her.  You can register for it at Hay House.  These interviews last about 1 to 1.5 hours each.

 

Today I’ve chosen to highlight Anita Moorjani.  She had a near death experience, and has written about it along with the gifts her illness taught her in the book “Dying to Be Me”.

 

Regarding illness: “It’s not your fault.  It’s not my fault I got cancer; it’s not your fault you got cancer.  Believe it or not, it’s a gift, even if it doesn’t feel like a gift right now, it is a gift.

 

Life is a gift and every challenge in life is a gift.  Cancer didn’t nearly kill me, in fact, it saved my life.  I was killing myself before that.  I was suppressing who I was.  I was treating myself like a doormat.  I was making myself small, so others could feel big.  I was forsaking myself.  I was saying no when I meant yes, and yes when I meant no.  I never allowed myself to be the magnificent soul that I had come here to be.”

 

Later she states: “…Be who you are, you are not your illness.  Don’t make the illness the focal point of who you are, and don’t blame yourself for having an illness.

 

For those of us who have been on this journey of self-improvement or self-help, those of us who read a lot of books and go to a lot of seminars…we are the most critical of ourselves, because we feel we have learned so much, read so much … we say: I’ve read all these books, gone to all these seminars, what is it I am doing wrong?  I just want to tell you:

 

Don’t. Be. So. Hard. On. Yourself.

 

It is this self-criticism; it’s this blaming yourself that is the most damaging thing.  We say: what am I doing wrong?  STOP.  Just STOP everything and all you have to do is just say:

 

Where am I not loving myself?
Where am I not allowing myself to feel unconditional love for myself?

 

And that is it.  That’s all.”

 

Later in the event, she talks more about how quick we are to criticize ourselves.  She wants us to re-train ourselves and come up with five compliments you can give yourself every single day and make them different compliments each day.  She suggests you keep a daily journal and “you will start to realize that there’s a lot of good stuff in there, there’s a lot of good that you do, there’s a lot of good things that you are and you need to know that about yourself.”

 

Ok, who’s in on starting this daily journal?!  I am!!

 

 

 

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