Affirmations over Cynicism

Making the transition from believing the internal negative dialogue playing on a loop is an ongoing exercise for me. Years ago I was introduced to Louise Hay watching the Oprah Winfrey show. I admittedly was cynical at the idea of mirror work, with comical images of Stuart Smalley, the Al Franken Saturday Night Live character.

Louise Hay wrote the books Heal Your Body published in 1984 and You Can Heal Your Life building the foundation for awareness to the connection between our body and our mind before it was a popular topic.

Louise launched the Hay Foundation in 1986, which connects to charitable organizations, providing a range of services, including counseling, hospice care, and shelter.

Read empowering affirmations on Louise Hay’s website featuring daily affirmations.

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Tami Warren is the writer and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of humor in Denver, Colorado. Tami earned a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. Tami keeps it high, in the Mile High City. Humor is healthy, so cachinnate. Compassion and comedy are not required, but they are extremely helpful. We are all connected on this planet. So, we may as well greet each other and say, Namaste. Hate is heavy, be light.

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