The Power is Within You – Louise Hay

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the power is within you

“When I talk about responsibility, I am really talking about having power. Blame is about giving away one’s power. Responsibility gives us the power to make changes in our lives. If we play the victim role, then we are using our personal power to be helpless. If we decide to accept responsibility, then we don’t waste time blaming somebody or something out there. Some people feel guilty for creating illness, or poverty, or problems. They choose to interpret responsibility as guilt. (Some members of the media like to refer to it as New Age Guilt.) These people feel guilty because they believe that they have failed in some way.”

“Responsibility is our ability to respond to a situation. We always have a choice.”

“If we can use our problems and illnesses as opportunities to think about how we can change our lives, we have power.”

“You have to get in touch with your inner guidance because it is the wisdom that knows the answers for you.”

“See peace breaking out all over the planet.”

“Love erases even the deepest and most painful memories because love goes deeper than anything else.”

“I found that there is only one thing that heals every problem, and that is: to love yourself.”
“The thoughts we choose to think are the tools we use to paint the canvas of our lives.”
“If someone is ill, bless them and send them love and peace, don’t demand that they get well.”
“The next time something happens to your car, make a note as to what you feel the broken part represents and see if you can connect it to how you are feeling at that particular moment. You may be surprised at the results. One day I will write a little book and call it Heal Your Automobile.”

“With inner peace, there would be no wars, no gangs, no terrorists, and no homeless.”

“If we make a conscious decision not to be victims of the past and go about creating new lives for ourselves, we are supported by this Power within, and new, happier experiences begin to unfold.”

“Learn to treat doubt as a friend, not the enemy, and thank it for questioning you.”

“Acts of violence always come from people who were violated themselves.”

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