I’m 43 years old and have had acne since I was about 12. What might
you suggest regarding core issues I might be storing that have contributed
to this long-standing problem? I wish to release toxins, traumas, and
old scripts associated with this condition!
H.E., New York City
After observing myself and so many other people for many, many years,
I’ve come to the conclusion that food and thinking are the two things
at the core of almost all of our issues—that is, the thoughts we
choose to think and the foods we choose to eat. The first thing to look
at is your diet. Sometimes the simplest changes can make a big difference
in your health. I personally do not eat dairy, wheat, sugar, corn, soy,
On the metaphysical level, anything to do with the skin relates to self-worth
and your individuality. So, there’s a part of you that feels that
you’re worthless and have no right to exist. All affirmations of
self-worth and self-love are great for you. Affirm: I love and adore myself.
I am worthy of the best in life. I love my face. I am beautiful and everybody
loves me. I am worth loving. Bye, bye, acne—it is time for you to
disappear. Life loves me.
For most of my adult life (I’m 55 now), I’ve been drawn to
live in California. I’ve come to feel and believe that my life would
become more meaningful spiritually and I’d prosper, and that I’d
also meet that special woman there.
I did live in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and even briefly in San Diego,
but I’ve come back to the East Coast to retire. Is this all in my
head, or is it my destiny? Something within says, “Take the chance
and live,” meaning move back. What do you suggest?
B.D., Atlanta, Georgia
There’s a branch of astrology that answers just this sort of question:
Where are the best places in this country, or on the planet, for me to
live. It’s called AstroCartography, or Relocation Astrology. Go
to Google.com and you’ll find what you’re looking for. Also,
I’m sure that there are astrologers in Atlanta who could be of help
My company recently added a wonderful author/astrologer, Mark Husson,
to our Hay House Radio lineup, and he also does private sessions. I’ve
personally used Mark’s services, and he’s great! He can be
reached through his website: www.12house.com.
Good luck in your quest, and remember to always follow your heart.
Affirm: I now attract to myself the answer I am looking for.
I’m aware that fear is the dominant vibration in my life, but the
more affirmations I focus on, the more fear I seem to generate, and I
have frightening vision problems. I affirm: “I choose to see clearly
with eyes of love,” but have yet to achieve a place of safety and
love within myself. I’m also working on releasing bulimia and osteoporosis.
Is there a key that I’m missing?
U.S., Montreal, Canada
I heard a suggestion recently: Put a smile in your liver—meaning,
keep yourself so full of smiling love that even your liver is smiling.
There’s a little girl within you that longs to be loved and comforted
and accepted just as she is.
I suggest that you put your arms around yourself, with your left hand
on your liver (on your ribcage, just below your right breast), and say
tenderly and lovingly: I love you so much that even my liver is smiling.
You cannot love and fear at the same time. Just love your liver for now.
When your liver is healthy and happy, your whole body will sing with joy.
This will soothe your inner child.
Louise L. Hay is a metaphysical teacher and
the bestselling author of 27 books, including You Can Heal Your Life,
Empowering Women, and Inner Wisdom. Since beginning her career as a Science
of Mind minister in 1981, she has assisted thousands of people in discovering
and using the full potential of their own creative powers for personal
growth and self-healing. Louise's works have been translated into 25 different
languages in 33 countries throughout the world.
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