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Good bye Louise Hay

One of the New Thought Movement's biggest influences has crossed the veil. We say goodbye to Louise Hay on Earth and celebrate her return home to Heaven. While many will be sad to hear of her passing, she was a shining example of what to do when your soul decides to come to Earth. She taught how to be happy, healthy and prosperous and reflected these lessons in her own life. She lived to an advanced age, becoming an "Elder of Excellence," not only living a long life but a vital and productive one to the end. One of the most important things she did was bring together authors from a variety of backgrounds to expand and enhance her "Hay...

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Changing Your Mind, Changing Your Mood

You will encounter things and people in your life that will put you in a bad mood. Bad moods are part of the human experience. It is hard to avoid them. You can, however, control the amount of time you experience them. It is only your ego that tells you that you need to stew in these emotions. Actually, making the shift is quite simple. Tune into the energy of your Angels. Ask them, "Show me what it is like to be free of this feeling." They will respond immediately. Feel what that glorious, loving  energy feels like. Now, go back to your bad mood. Which one will you choose? It is, really, just that simple. Only your ego makes...

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Preparing to Fly

In Peter Pan, the children were instructed to think a happy thought in order to fly. Of course, it isn't quite that way in this reality, but there is some truth to the idea. Fairies live very near to us, and can cross dimensions. That is why some people, occasionally, see them. You have to be in the correct state of mind to do this. Most of us walk around with our attention on our electronic devices, or looking down. Children, sometimes see fairies because they are looking, excitedly around every corner, expecting to see something magical. It is in this state of mind that we can spot them most easily. Look with your third eye and don't struggle with...

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Enjoying the "Now"

The truly bad things that happen to us are usually short-lived. There is that bill to be paid or that deadline to meet, but each occupies a short moment in time. And yet, we often waste all of the moments leading up to that thing. We worry, imagine and create worst-case scenarios on our heads, when we could have been enjoying all of those drama-free moments. There will always be something coming up that may cause concern. The unknown is like that. Given that, we could spend our entire lives in a state of worry. What a waste of a beautiful gift. If we learned to say, "I will deal with that when it happens," and proceed to enjoy life,...

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