If you haven't heard of Louise Hay, she was a remarkable women! She passed away today, on August 30th, 2017.
I wanted to create a moment and space to honor her and say, "Louise, Thank you for your brilliant works, you will be missed"! <3 <3 <3
Anyone that new of her work or new her personally, i'm sure, are deeply saddened by this news. I knew her works, but unfortunately did not have the chance to meet her in person. So grateful for her sharing her experience and healing with us.
Want to learn more about her? Google HayHouse or Louise Hay. She's the affirmation queen that gave us a platform to nurture our thoughts and feelings and gave us the permission to really love who we are as human-beings. She created an amazing, supportive business to support others in health and gave others a platform to spread their message of inner well-being and spirituality. She has inspired generations of people to live healthier, happier lives! God Bless Her!
Developing compassion is an inside job! Some people are naturally born with loads of compassion and love. Then, there are those of us who have to work on developing it. We have to find a natural balance with compassion, empathy and truth in our spirit. When we take time to meditate, contemplate love, good, truth and practice forgiveness we start developing more compassion and understanding with self-reflection. When we choose to love ourselves, we can be a little more forgiving when it comes to other people. We are all on this journey at different phases of our life and life cycles. Occasionally, we can get a little judgmental and point things out in others that bug us. This is usually a reflection about ourselves, in some way. When you feel the need to bring other's down or talk bad about them, ask yourself what you're missing in your spirit that feeds your inner joy and happiness. This isn't to blame you for finding fault, but it's a good time to do a check in with yourself. A good question to ask yourself; are you really manifesting your life the way you want to? Is there something coming up about your own self-worth or inner healing? To have compassion for others, we must also have compassion for our-self. It's also good to practice healthy boundaries! Sometimes this comes from emotional healing work, mental healing work or spiritual healing work.
Wishing you all loads of love, joy and happiness.
Jennifer at Natural Choice Coaching and Healing
Jennifer started in her early 20's delving into meditation, spirituality & self-development. Her personal interests lead her to study meditation, energy healing, hypnotherapy, nutrition with a passion for herbs and health, then massage school. Her 15 years in self and professional development and spiritual pursuits have deepened her personal connection with faith, healing and intuition. Her personal experience in transformation work, health & wellness, spiritual guidance from spirit will help you along your journey into wellness, growth and peace.