All is Well by Louise L Hay & Mona Lisa Schultz

When I first picked up this book to read I thought it was going to be more of “You Can Heal Your Life”, full of affirmations and exercises to help us heal the body. What I didn’t realise was just how practical a manual this is. It sits up and recognises that sometimes it really does take more than just a positive thought to heal your life.
All is well focuses on your body and how you can take practical, mental and spiritual steps to create ease within the body. I love how well Mona Lisa and Louise compliment each other in the writing of this book as it really is the perfect combination of spirituality with practical medicine.
This book teaches you that you can blend medicine, affirmations (positive thought) and your intuition to create wholeness and well-being in your life. It begins with explaining the book and it’s purpose before guiding you to complete the All is Well Self Assessment quiz that is contained within the book! This helps you identify what chakra areas you may be experiences a dis-ease in your life, as Mona Lisa and Louise have perfectly created sections in this book that resonates to each of the 7 main chakra centres, explaining that each chakra centre resonates with illness and discomfort in your lives. For example; the throat chakra centre (5th emotional centre) is connected to issues with the mouth, neck and thyroid.
Each chapter goes through the medical aspects of such conditions including; Thyroid issues, Lung Disorders, Digestive Issues, Learning Disorders, Reproductive Organs and more. Then they take you through a case study of the discussed medical conditions to show you exactly how the principles they teach can and has worked in people’s lives.
At the back of the book not only is there an awesome amount of documents and books that you can hunt down to read more about what you’ve learnt in All is Well, but there is a jam-packed section of 37 pages containing Medical Problems, it’s Probable Cause and a suggested New Thought Pattern. The All is Well tables are so valuable and insightful that throughout my reading of this book I found myself referring to the tables to discover the cause behind my own ailments, the ailments of friends and my partner.
An  example of my own application of the teachings from ALL IS WELL include my partner having lower back pain that was spreading to the middle and the upper back. Now, him being a medical professional (paramedic) he regularly gets back pain die to the nature of his work, however it was extremely painful on one occasion and we decided to talk whilst I gave him a massage. We acknowledged and accepted the practical reasons behind his pain, but then we discovered there was a metaphysical aspect to it too – he had placed so much pressure on himself to earn more money in order to buy a new car, get us a new home, and also prepare for us preparing to start a family that his fears of lack – financially was impacting upon his health.
I referred to the All is Well tables and low and behold it said;
Lower Back Pain:
Probable Cause : Fear of Money. Lack of Financial Support.
New Thought Pattern: I trust the process of life. All I need is always taken care of. I am safe.
This made perfect sense to me! And to him! So we decided to stop worrying about our finances, we processed the new thought pattern, and we visualised him in perfect health, able to work, gaining the extra money, and doing it with ease. We also took practical steps and completed the massage to ease the muscles and completed back strengthening yoga poses and stretches together. The back pain eased and is more manageable.
What I really LOVED about this book was that at the end of each chapter, there is an affirmative thought that helps you realise that in truth, All is Well.
Get yourself a copy of this book and see what steps you can take to heal your body.
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