Louise Hay Died At 90! The Author Who Changed So Many Lives With Her Quotes Will Be Remembered

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Louise Hay Died At 90! The Author Who Changed So Many Lives With Her Quotes Will Be Remembered

Louise Hay, the author of so many lives changing quotes who experienced a bitter and abusive childhood, a failed marriage and cancer, died at the age of ninety on August 30.

The news about the death of the New York Times best-selling author Louise was first announced by the official site of her publishing company Hay House, Inc. as,

“Our beloved friend and founder Louise Hay transitioned this morning, August 30, 2017 of natural causes at age 90. She passed peacefully in her sleep.”

The president and CEO of Hay House, Inc. Reid Tracy said-

“Meeting Louise changed the direction of my life. Her passion for serving others translated into everything she did. Simply by working alongside her, an analytical accountant like me transformed into someone who became aware of the power of affirmations and self-love. Being able to learn from her has been one of my life’s greatest blessings. The beauty of Louise was that you didn’t have to work alongside her to learn from her, you felt like you were there with her with every word you read or heard.”

Louise, who has experienced every bitter aspect of her life, has inspired and touched many people by bringing mind-body connection and spirituality into the mainstream through her quotes and writing.

A Short Wiki-Like Bio Of Louise Hay:

The very talented author Louise was born on October 8, 1926, to parents Henry John Lunney (1901–1998) and Veronica Chwala (1894–1985). Born to a family with a poor economic condition, Louise had a very rough childhood, which included the violence of her step father.

In an interview with The New York Times in 2008, Louise reported that she was raped at the age of five. Louise, who dropped out from her high school got pregnant ten years after she was raped.

She welcomed a daughter on her 16th birthday and immediately gave her away for adoption, as she wasn't in the state to raise her herself.

Louise then fell in love with an English businessman Andrew Hay and got married to him in the year 1954. Louise and Andrew enjoyed a husband and wife relationship for fourteen years but didn’t start their own family. Louise later revealed that her husband left her for another woman.

In the year 1970, Louise started to attend meetings at the Church of Religious Science and became a popular speaker at the church. Soon after Louise found herself counseling clients, she converted her work into a full-time career.

At the age of fifty, in 1976, she wrote her first book, Heal Your Body. Later, in 1984, Louise published her second book called You Can Heal Your Life. More than 50 million copies You Can Heal Your Life was sold through out the world and became a New York Times bestseller.

May the departed soul of Louise Hay rest in peace!