Last night, D and I went to a screening of the new Hay House film, “You Can Heal Your Life” (see the info/trailer). Our massage therapist, Nancy, had invited us to come to Ojas (voted Baltimore’s best Yoga studio--yay!) for it, and we were excited (ok, I was excited, and D was along for the ride, but he ended up liking it well enough).
If you’ve not heard of it, this is an inspirational film based on Louise Hay’s book by the same name. In it, Louise and other metaphysical and self-help authors and experts (like Cheryl Richardson, Cristiane Northrup, Gregg Braden, Doreen Virtue, Mona Lisa Schulz, Gay Hendriks—who also wrote and produced the film, and Esther Hicks) share their experiences and thoughts about what people can do to heal their lives.
Like every other Hay House product I’ve ever seen, it’s beautifully done, and visually stunning. If you’re new to Hay’s work, it’s a perfect introduction. If you’re not new to her work, it’s still vastly worth the purchase price, as not only will you get the reminder of her work, but four hours of interviews with the other folks in the movie, and an interactive affirmations tool (there are two versions of the movie—the extended version has the extras, and that's the one I like to, above).
I loved it, and it’s called me to go back through the book and rework the exercises—I haven’t read the book for five years, and it’s time to pull it off the shelf and get busy.
If you’ve seen the movie, and/or read the book, will you please share your experiences in a comment? I’d love to know your thoughts!
And…I’ve noticed that Louise Hay and friends are taking their show on the road (so to speak—no disrespect intended by that remark!), and will be in New York in November. I think I’d like to go—is anyone else interested?