Louise Hay was recently named as “the closest thing to a living saint” by the Australian media. She is one of the early developers of the self-help campaigns. She wrote her first book called Heal Your Body, which was published in 1976, way before it was conventional to talk about the correlation of the body and mind. Because of Hay’s healing methods and active principles, millions of people have discovered how to make the most of their lives as well as improve their bodies, minds, and souls for a healthier lifestyle. These positive outlooks in life sprung from her personal tragedies. As a child, she was unstable and poverty-stricken. As a teen, she went through abuse. Later, she ran away from home and went to New York, where she started a career in modeling and then married a businessman. After the end of her 14-year marriage, her real healing began.
Louise Hay is an inspirational author and owner of the Hay House publishing company.
Louise Hay, a cancer survivor, provides healing, motivational as well as training workshops in the United Kingdom.
The Women’s Conference, the United State’s top forum for women, honors Louise Hay for being a self-help leader who is also recognized for her efforts helping AIDS victims.
You Can Heal Your Life is a film about Louise Hay’s discovery of herself and relates how she became the motivational figure that she is now.
Hay House has a list of Louise Hay’s motivational guide books and DVDs.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/04/magazine/04Hay-t.html – The New York Times dubs Louise Hay as the Queen of the New Age.
Heart Inspired Presentations LLC provides a brief biography of author Louise Hay. It also provides workshops and training based on Louise Hay’s life philosophy.
Louise Hay’s concept of positive thinking helped her out in beating cancer.
The Oprah Winfrey Show acknowledges Louise Hay’s winning a 2008 Minerva Award.
An overview of Louise Hay with excerpts from her books, audio programs, and list of available guide books that can be purchased online.
Answers.com has a biography, discography, and famous quotes from motivational writer Louise Hay.
Louise Hay has an aid organization called the Hay Foundation that supports charities involved in alcohol abuse awareness, animal rights, women’s issues, art and dance, the youth as well as AIDS/HIV awareness.