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There are just so many things going on in the world today. And it looks like yesterday we lost one bright light that has done so much to contribute to our well-being, our growth, and our world.
This date is also exactly the same day that Dr. Wayne Dyer passed, two years ago.
And a significant wedding anniversary at the same time? Princess Diana, another woman who's growth and strength and subsequent focus on humanitarian causes inspired so many people.
Louise had quite a difficult childhood, and writes about it openly in her books. One of her most preeminent books is "You can heal your life", which went on to sell over 37 million copies worldwide. It is the largest selling personal development book ever sold.
Louise healed herself of cancer, not once, but twice. When she wrote her book, she peddled it around to local bookstores. It was a smaller version at that time, one that could be put in your pocket, and it cost $1.49.
She wanted it that way so that as many people as possible could get it into their hands. The book stores could keep it at the counter, as it was so small, and many purchases were made that way and the little book became so popular among those seeking a spiritual path to cure their own life's ills.
This little book led to Louise starting Hay House Publishing, which is now the largest publisher of personal development books in the world. It can easily be said that Hay House created a publishing revolution in that, they chose to publish only books that helped people better their lives. Before that, this was a very small niche in the publishing industry, when there were only the major publishers available, and that was it.
Today we exist in a world where self-publishing, eBooks and audio courses now support so many in their development journey.
It can easily be said that Louise started it all.
During the 1980's, Louise started supporting the gay community through the AIDS crisis. She had weekly meetings in a high school gym in Los Angeles, and had what she called Hay Rides... a Hay wagon that went around town embracing and supporting those of that community who desperately needed help and understanding at that time.
Their plight included seeing many of their own friends die of a disease that seemingly type cast the gay community for 'being wrong' and they were very afraid for their own lives as well.
Louise supported them in greater understandings, assisted them in changing their mindsets to a more positive, loving and accepting one of themselves and each other. She provided support for them at a time when they were being ostracized, and blamed for this disease.
You can find out more about Louise Hay's life and legacy at HayHouse.com, YouTube and many other social media outlets. She was a bright shining light, and fulfilled a destiny and purpose that was much needed at that time.
I met her a few times in my own career and life, and although she had become a powerful woman, Louise remained open and compassionate to all. She mentored so many of Hay House's authors, many of whom you are already familiar with.
So what now?
We have flooding in Texas, fires in Montana and much of the Northwest.
We are being called.
So much of the world needs you now.
So much resistance that you have felt over the years from being held back can now be released, and I am encouraging you that this is entirely possible, and being called for.
This quote below is from my private journal, where I channel with Spirit daily:
"All of these individuals had their plans, they had their assignments, and you do too. All of you have potentials that can be reached. But it is up to you.
This is just a simple and clear reminder for you to contemplate over the weekend.
And if you ever do want to start working together so we can get your own light shining brighter in the world, please let me know with an email, here.
Much Love and Many Blessings to you ~
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