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In this healing tour de force, best-selling authors Louise L. Hay and Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz have teamed up for an exciting reexamination of the quintessential teachings from Heal Your Body. All Is Well brings together Louise’s proven affirmation system with Mona Lisa’s knowledge of both medical science and the body’s intuition to create an easy-to-follow guide for health and well-being. And, for the first time ever, they present scientific evidence showing the undeniable link between the mind and body that makes these healing methods work.

Using the self-assessment quiz, the holistic health advice, and an expanded version of Louise’s original affirmation chart, you can learn how to heal your mind and body with affirmations and intuition and live a balanced, healthy life.

©2013 Hay House (P)2013 Hay House

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  • Mimi Routh
  • 01-12-2015

GET THE PRINT VERSION! HORRIBLE NARRATOR!

I will think again before I spring for another Louise Hay audio book! Nobody at Hay House or Audible is using good judgment and common sense in deciding quality of the final product. This woman physician is a worse narrator than General Wesley Clark or that horrible Mary Sarah Angliotta(?) person! Dr. Schulz is worse than the kid up the street! She. Pronounces. Each. Word. With. More. Emphasis. Than. It. Probably. Deserves. And then she rushes something and enunciates so badly that the words are hard to make out. She repeatedly struggles to say multiple sclerosis, and struggles to pronounce the very medications that she wrote into the book! A professional narrator would have gone over these parts and gotten them down before doing the reading. There is no excuse for the suffering this book costs the listener! Louise, do you really want to make your listeners angry?

I listened to this while healing from major surgery of a repair nature. I'm clear on what I might have done to create the need for repair. And I have been working with Louise's books for many years. So maybe the pain meds helped me just put up with the bad reading, much the way I almost enjoyed the healing picture and music channel on my TV in the hospital. Another reviewer mentioned not wanting to hear about so many illnesses by name and details of the treatment. I grew up in Christian Science (with a physician father!) and still avoid learning about ailments I don't need to learn about! In this book we are dragged through all kinds of strange business. I've sent for a used print copy so I can flip through to the Really Good Stuff that went past so quickly and so badly pronounced. I was impressed by the many loving strategies used to help individuals get well -- even Chinese and Tibetan herbalists. Too many Americans think if they just pop the Rx pills, that takes care of it. Louise is so popular, when more people learn how many ways they can reach for wellness -- food choices, activities, lifestyle, herbs, exercise, meditation, schedule adjustment, as well as Rx meds -- it will leaven the thinking of all of us. I did find pen and paper and go back to take the quiz. As I was given a good body from the get-go and being an old lady now, I had very few "yes" answers in most of the categories. I've given up on trying to impress, trying to have it all now, criticizing, holding grudges, etc. One section seemed to have all my answers, some wonderful ideas I'd never thought of. So THANK YOU, LOUISE. But no thank you.

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  • D. McElroy
  • 19-11-2014

Horrible Performance overshadows the positive

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Unfortunately the person reading this book makes it almost unbearable to listen to. I love Louise Hay's work and the written content of this book is good. I am forcing myself to finish the audible book but have purchased the Kindle Edition so that I can gain what the frustration is keeping me from getting from listening!

How could the performance have been better?

Having someone read the book that is able to read comfortably without constant chopping and lengthy hesitation with the words would be awesome.

Did All Is Well inspire you to do anything?

Not so far. I am sure that I will be better inspired by the Kindle version.

Any additional comments?

I would suggest that this be re-done with another reader and re-released.

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  • Andy
  • 26-06-2013

irritating

This is the only audible title I have been unable to listen to due to the consistant gaps between spoken words. I am sure the content is of interest, however the very long silence between words is so frustrating I cannot possibly concentrate on the content. Unimpressed

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  • Squirrel!
  • 13-04-2015

Recommend as a book, NOT as an audio experience

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I believe this is an interesting and valuable book. I highly recommend the other works of both authors. I just could not listen to this one as narrated. I might try to get the Kindle version.

What other book might you compare All Is Well to and why?

The original You Can Heal Your Life is excellent, and an excellent audio book, read by Louise Hay.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Louise L. Hay and Mona Lisa Schulz ?

Keep Louise Hay but someone more personable for Mona Lisa's parts, or encourage Mona Lisa to take a more conversational approach to her parts?

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I loved You Can Heal Your Life and I enjoy Mona Lisa's written work, but I was disappointed in the unlistenable narration.

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  • Reviewer
  • 08-05-2013

Would not recommend as an audio book

What did you like best about All Is Well? What did you like least?

I would not recomend this as an audio book. It is too hard to follow. It would be helpful to at least have a handout with the different affirmations for each health issue. I prefer Louise's original You Can Heal Your Life book. This seemed repetitive. Also, I did not enjoy how Mona read it. She paused a lot which created an awkward flow. Overall, I would recommend getting this as an actual book so you can have the affirmations or just getting the original You Can Heal Your Life book.

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  • Amazon customer
  • 21-01-2017

Awful reader.

I wish Louise Hay would read her book. This reader is so awkward and unpleasant to hear I want a refund.

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  • Susanna bookworm
  • 21-02-2014

Good idea, but chapters would be good!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I found this interesting, I was hoping to find a way to resolve a health issue. I do believe that affirmations work and the combination of a Louise and a Doctor looked a great combination.

However, there is absolutely no chapter breaks in this book nor is there an index. All of these things would have made it a good reference guide. It wasn't the content that disappointed is was simply wanting to find the relevant area without having to listen to the whole book. I got bored before I reached what I needed, and only managed to listen for a chapter or two.

Has All Is Well turned you off from other books in this genre?

I love Louise's books, but mostly I enjoy the artwork that goes with it, maybe I made the wrong choice for me.

What three words best describe Louise L. Hay and Mona Lisa Schulz ’s voice?

I found her voice a little New York Twang for me, (I am a Brit) it comes across as quite punchy. A softer voice might have made it easier to listen to but that is simply a personal opinion.

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  • Shauna C. Walsh
  • 07-10-2016

Need a new narrator!

What disappointed you about All Is Well?

Louise Hay does a brief intro but the psychologist who wrote the book does the narration. The narrator would stop and pause midsentence, it was so strange. Something like:
I wanted to figure -- out why I --- was not feeling well and --- then I ---
discovered a really ----- frustrating book that----didn't help me at-----all because the-----narrator drove me nuts. I couldn't listen after an hour of this torture.

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  • Natalia Valerdi
  • 26-10-2015

Looking deeply into health conditions

This book is a great combination of the intuitive and medical approaches to health. From initial self-assessment and through each emotional center, I learned so much about how affirmations can address numerous heath patterns and thought patterns, and thus I can see myself more completely. A good example on how Eastern and Western medicine can be combined to complement each other.

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  • Just No
  • 24-07-2015

Subject and info was good

I enjoyed this audiobook, the information in it was helpful. But the 2 second pause after EVERY word was almost unbearable.
It would have been so much better to hear it from Louise herself.

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  • Mrs Gee Morris-Osborne
  • 25-02-2014

Everyone Needs To Listen to This

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

insightful & powerful information using metaphysical references to practically assist in various conditions & dis-eases presented in a calm & soothing manner. Highly Recommended! :)

What other book might you compare All Is Well to, and why?

To be honest I haven't come across another book like it but the Louise Hay Library of books!

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Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, did try but only got half way... finished it and started again, in smaller portions!
Very interesting.

Any additional comments?

GET IT...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-10-2017

l didn't like this book at all.

l wish that I have chosen another book. it is full of bad affirmations. Louis words were very nice,but it was only at the end of each chapter,just one minute at the end while the rest of the chapter was full of Mona Lisa's words and affirmations of all kind of diseases .

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