First off, I will say that I LOVED the messages they were trying to get across to all the attendees of the conference and viewers at home. To live a good life we need to change the way we are thinking. Think positively and get rid of all the negative thoughts. There is no room for negativity in a wonderful life.
The way that they suggest you do this is by positive affirmations, which, I thoroughly agree with. Setting the tone of your day with a positive statement or changing a “bad” day by taking the time to stop and make a positive affirmation to get your day back on track.
They also promote talking to yourself in a positive manner instead of putting yourself down all the time. Again…I agree and loved the message. It’s the approach that Hay used to get her point across that kind of got on my nerves. She kept telling herself that “I love you.” Yes, this is great but, she went a little to far into the over-kill category. Even after a lunch break she pulled out a mirror and started talking to herself that way and promoting the audience to do the same. While this might be helpful to others, it was just annoying me.
This is a wonderful set of DVDs and will help a lot of people if you can get past all of the excessiveness and extras. It has a great message that can transform your life if you follow and listen. It was just a little annoying to me. But, maybe it’s because I am more familiar with their books and not so much their public speaking.
*I received a complimentary copy of the DVDs from Hay House for the purpose of this review.*