In honor of Louise Hay who peacefully made her transition this morning, thought I’d reblog this post from a few years ago.

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  1. Pam, I just commented that it’s such a coincidence that Wayne Dyer made his transition 2 years ago today. Sending you a big hug. Hope all is well with you. Cloris

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  2. Pam, your new book just arrived in my Amazon package. So ready to begin to relish it with a cup of earl grey God bless you and so honored by Louise Hay’s fruitful life, that she was here among us for so long.

  3. Oh, we knew we could not keep her, but I am not ready to lose her….my heart is so grateful for the years of inspiration, wisdom and encouragement she gave to all. She leaves us all the richer with her writings, recordings, art and affirmations. Heaven gained an angel we borrowed for a time here on earth.

  4. Oh my, Pam. Sad to learn about Louise Hay’s passing. She is an amazing spiritual teacher & healer. Her work is an incredible legacy and a testament of her service & love for others. The world is much better because of Louse Hay. This Earth Angel has been a blessing to me, and I am ever grateful.

  5. Really sorry for your loss but really grateful to Louise for helping you in the world of writing because your books are a blessing and I can’t wait to read the new one.

  6. There is no greater way to leave behind your legacy, than to introduce your followers to each other. Her work and words changed my life and while she has left this earth for now, she us left us with each other. We all have our own special gift to leave behind and I for one intend to take inspiration from what she achieved in her lifetime, especially the last 40 years of it. My thoughts are with those who knew her personally.

  7. Thanks for news of the news of Louise Hay’s passing. What an awesome person and spirit. Her message is the same as the epiphany I had two days ago. I am a believer in the two commandments of Jesus. I always had reservations about loving my neighbor as myself. I wanted to treat them better and think better of others than the thoughts and beliefs I held of myself. I realized I needed to rephrase the commandment to read: I will love my neighbor as I love myself. It makes it vitally important that I actively and massively cultivate love and respect for myself so I can better love my neighbor.
    I believe Louise Hay would agree. I thank God that she walked in our midsts. Blessings,
    Gary Simons

  8. Louise Hay’s books and Hay House Radio changed my life! I will forever be grateful<3
    Thanks for sharing Pam!!!

  9. SERAPOSIBLE QUE SE ENVIE EN ESPAÑOL PORQUE EL TRADUCTOR SOLO TRADUCE ALGO Y NO TODO EL CONTENIDO-GRACIAS

    2017-08-30 14:14 GMT-03:00 Pam Grout :

    > psgrout posted: “In honor of Louise Hay who peacefully made her transition > this morning, thought I’d reblog this post from a few years ago. ” >

  10. I’m going through the posts I missed and this one is good again. Louise Hay has published most of the books I read and has changed the quality of my life in ways I can’t even express by introducing all of you to me. Thanks for repeating this.

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