Many of us grapple with how to stay happy, calm, and depression free in a world that seems to get more complex by the minute. How do we keep our wits about us and our memory intact and remain spiritually tuned in when our brains and bodies are bombarded with information from so many sources - friends, family, work, media, the Internet - to say nothing of the chemicals and other influences we take in from our environment? This follow-up to the beloved resource All Is Well offers answers.
Heal Your Mind continues the three-pronged healing approach that Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz and Louise Hay pioneered together, extending it to conditions, processes, and disorders of the mind including memory, learning disability, addiction, anxiety, and depression. In-depth case studies from the All Is Well Clinic delve into interventions with real patients, where Dr. Mona Lisa uses intuition to pinpoint issues, and she and Louise discuss the medical solutions and affirmations that can help restore well-being.
Many other books on healing the mind take a "pill for every ill" approach; still other books offer a nutritional supplement for every symptom. We may end up thinking our minds and bodies need an endless array of expensive, ever-changing interventions. In truth medicines can take us only so far in healing the mind; nutritional supplements may take us a step further. Dr. Mona Lisa and Louise's prescription - supported by current scientific research - takes a new tack: It addresses mental and emotional problems by changing the way we think and helps listeners find their own pathways to healthier and more fully present minds.
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Amazing content - listening to it was painful
The book - yes! The audio??? no.
This subject is such important information for all of us.
An actress who can breathe life into the words.
Mona Lisa Schulz is brilliant and her story is extraordinary. But someone should have been kind enough to tell her that it was not the best idea for her to read her own amazing work.