Hay in My Hat

Hartford York Hats - Summer Hats For Men - Men's Wigens Linen Newsboy Cap - The StockholmLouise L. Hay is one metaphysical mama – and I mean that in a good way. I’ve been reading this Science of the Mind minister’s works for a long time now (about a week, I guess) and am now using the full potential of my own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing.

Okay, maybe I exaggerated a little. If I were at my full potential, I’d be Ruler of the Universe – as it is, though, I’d like to take a bit of credit for one of Louise Hay’s famed “mirror exercises”. She works on bringing people back to their state of infant self-acceptance and love by telling clients to use a mirror and look into their own eyes, then say their name and “I love and accept you exactly as you are.”

Well, anyone who knows me knows I LOVE my mirror work, and practice it faithfully every day. I don’t call it work or therapy, though, and have been doing the proclamations (ie., “Steve, you are one good-looking man in that straw hat, baby, and I just love, love, love you!“) since childhood.

However, because I’m a generous soul (in addition to being insufferably happy and content with myself and my hats), I release Louise Hay from all claims on mirror work. As a matter of fact, I offer a bit of advice to the wonderful woman who’s helped so many: if a client has trouble saying “I love you” in the mirror, tell him or her to put on a hat.

The act of wearing a hat is freeing: it physically disallows inhibition.

Thanks for reading,
Steve Singer
CEO Hartford York

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