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Meditations for Personal Healing/Overcoming Fears

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This healing journey of hope, peace, and love contains sixteen meditations that remind listeners of the beauty that surrounds them every day of their lives. Previously released as part of The Power Within You. 2 compact discs.
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Published March 1st 1994 by Hay House Audio Books
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Louise Hay was born to a poor mother who married Hay's violent stepfather. When she was about five, she was raped by a neighbor. At fifteen she dropped out of high school without a diploma, became pregnant, and on her sixteenth birthday gave up her newborn baby girl for adoption.

She moved to Chicago, where she worked in menial jobs, before moving in 1950 to New York. At this point she changed her
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