Shhh. Giving our readers a sneak peek into Hay House’s upcoming wellness inspired publications that will fill up your bookshelves with an array of inspiration and mindful living authors.
With 2016 here, it’s a time to start anew by making this year the best yet when it comes to your health, wellness and inspiration! From new eating habits to new ways to practice self-care, we have you covered with many new faces – yogi Julie Montagu and Medium Carmel Baird – to the very familiar ones – even Louise Hay herself.
Best Reads for Inspiration – Hay House
Play Life More Beautifully by Andrew Harvey & Seymour Bernstein – 2/23/16
This inspiring book based on a series of passionate and illuminating conversations between two dear friends discusses everything from God, music, friendship, teaching, death, and more. One friend is religious scholar, poet, and teacher of mystical traditions, Andrew Harvey. The other is acclaimed pianist, composer, and teacher Seymour Bernstein. At 87 and going strong, Seymour has become an inspiration to thousands of people across the country thanks to the recently released and critically acclaimed documentary Seymour: An Introduction, which led to the idea for this book. In Conversations with Seymour, readers will learn more about themselves through the insight observations of Bernstein and Harvey.
Living an Inspired Life by Dr. Wayne Dyer – 3/1/16
In Living an Inspired Life (previously published under the title Inspiration), Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explains how we’ve chosen to enter this world of particles and form. From our place of origin, in ways that we don’t readily comprehend now, we knew what we were coming here to accomplish, and we participated in setting this life process in motion. So why not think along these same lines? Why put the responsibility or blame on any one or any thing that’s not a part of us? On Earth we have the capacity of volition—we can choose—so let’s assume that we had the same capacity when we resided in the spiritual realm. We chose our physical body, and we chose the parents we needed for the trip. It doesn’t seem too great a stretch to move into the idea that we chose this life in concert with our Source.
Accidentally Overweight by Dr. Libby Weaver – 3/1/16
“What leads the human body to get the message that it needs to store fat and what leads the human body to get the message that it needs to burn fat?” In a dynamic, fresh approach to weight loss, acclaimed nutritional biochemist Dr. Libby Weaver discusses the nine factors that cause us to either lose or gain weight.
Eat Real Food by Julie Montagu – 3/8/16
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated or confusing. But somewhere along the way, even the most health-conscious of us can become overwhelmed by the endless information and advice available to us, and feel tempted to give up. Eat Real Food provides inspiration to take things back to basics, and guides you to make simple but positive dietary choices that will increase your intake of Julie’s ‘Flexi Five’ – the five healthy food groups that are most important for keeping your brain and body balanced and happy.
Truth of the Spirits by Carmel Baird – 3/15/16
World-renowned medium Carmel Joy Baird shares the powerful story of how she overcame extreme panic and anxiety to break a cycle of abuse and find a life of freedom, forgiveness, and love.
From childhood, Carmel heard and saw things that nobody else did. She hid from the truth of her gifts, full of shame and fear that she was “crazy” because of these apparent hallucinations. When Carmel finally accepted her authentic self, she was able to use her gift of speaking to the dead to help thousands of people worldwide—but first she had to help herself. With the help of her angels and guides, she was able to face down her inner demons and heal both herself and her family.
Mirror Work by Louise Hay – 3/22/16
Since its publication in 1984, Louise Hay’s international bestseller You Can Heal Your Life has sold over 40 million copies worldwide. Now, in MIRROR WORK: 21 DAYS TO HEAL YOUR LIFE, the popular teacher and author offers the first book dedicated to her signature practice for personal transformation.
The Mirror Principle, one of Louise’s core teachings, holds that our experience of life mirrors our relationship with ourselves; unless we see ourselves as loveable, the world can be a dark and lonely place. Mirror work—looking at oneself in a mirror and repeating positive affirmations—is Louise’s powerful method for learning to love oneself and experience the world as a safe and loving place.
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