I can’t believe I debated whether or not I’d find value in this book, All is Well, by Louise Hay and Dr. Mona Lisa Schultz.
If you have any question at all, or are on the fence: Get it! It is fantastic!
Part of the book description states: “For the first time ever, they present scientific evidence showing the undeniable link between the mind and body that makes these healing methods work”.
I think I’ve had my fill of scientific evidence, so I thought most of the book would not be helpful to me. These methods work, let’s move on! I’ve been using these ideas successfully for decades and don’t care to spend a lot of time reading material written for people who still can’t embrace a holistic idea of our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual system.
But even though this book is very convincing, that’s not all this book is.
And in fact, the information that does show that “undeniable link” is fascinating; and more to the point, applicable.
Dr. Mona Lisa Schultz did an amazing job giving us exactly the kind of information that helps us connect the dots so that we can apply what she’s saying and easily expand upon it if need be.
It’s just the right amount of breadth and depth.
Because of that, I found a lot of insights as I read, even though I’m already familiar with the core ideas upon which this book is based.
Besides covering the interconnected nature of our amazing bodies and healing abilities (along with fascinating and useful biological/physiological details), it includes specific remedies such as herbs, supplements, pharmaceuticals, and supportive life style suggestions including various therapies and practices.
Along with that, it illustrates the value of heeding your own powerful intuition as you move through health challenges (and life in general, of course).
And last but not least is the abundance of affirmations that help whittle away at the stuck patterns near the root of it all. You know when you hit on the right one because you feel your energy shift immediately.
As always, I really wish it had an index (it doesn’t); I think it could double the usefulness of the book. There’s an affirmation table in the back organized alphabetically by “Problem” (similar to the tables in Louise Hay’s indispensable classic You Can Heal Your Life), but an index that includes some of the causes and remedies would be very helpful for cross reference.
But regardless, this is a great book, and I’m impressed.
Not only have I been able to apply some of the many helpful suggestions immediately, but I am grateful to have this book to refer to in the future.
I highly recommend this practical book to everyone!
Note: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes and this review reflects my honest evaluation.
In health and wholeness,