• Empowering Women

  • A Guide to Loving Yourself, Breaking Rules, and Bringing Good into Your Life
  • By: Louise L. Hay
  • Narrated by: Dr. Christaine Northrup
  • Length: 3 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Empowering Women

By: Louise L. Hay
Narrated by: Dr. Christaine Northrup
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Publisher's Summary

Updated edition of a book on a timely subject (women's empowerment) by international best-selling author Louise Hay, with a new foreword by New York Times best-selling author Christiane Northrup, MD

The modern world is full of change and upheaval. However, in this inspirational audiobook, Louise Hay reveals that true changes come from within. She points out that when we, as women, are willing to shift our internal ground, we operate on a much more expanded level in life. Louise's goal was to see all women experience self-love, self-worth, self-esteem, and a powerful place in society. You'll see how Louise's penetrating insights from decades ago are still just as relevant today. In her inimitably warm and forthright manner, she demonstrates how women of all ages and backgrounds can make the coming years the most productive, fulfilling, and empowering ones ever.

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great book

so this is different than the one hour title also called empowering women by Louise Hay, they have some similarities but I own both books and theyre different enough. I ended up returning the empowering women gift collection and the empowering women lecture but the audio books are good.


I appreciate the narration by the beautiful dr. Christiane Northrup. I actually had no idea who she was at first when I looked at this book because I was looking up Louise Hay books, then I remembered I had seen her in Louise Hays movie (you can heal your life). I have now purchased five audible titles by dr. Christiane LOL. she has such a soothing voice.

the book truly is empowering and enlightening, no man-hating here.

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A good book for all genders

I read the Kindle version of this book years ago. I decided to listen to the audible version of this book after purchasing it on the anniversary of Louise Hayes death. I enjoy the book and I've encouraged many people to read it. I believe if Louise was alive today she would expand parts of this book out particularly concerning harassment of individuals. It is no longer just one group that is the source as it is now spread out in all directions. I myself have received it from both men and women. and those that identify as neither. The lessons in this book can be applied to everyone in today's (2022) world.

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Not the original

The reader doesn’t have the same spirt as Louise Hay
I had to turn it off
She made more of a propaganda versus empowering I have studied Louise Hay for many years and her voice is so soothing was disappointed

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Something wonderful to think about

This book is just what is says. Empowering women! Good listening and very interesting. I was born in 1958 and it describes the way women my age where brought up. I evolved on my own but this book justified the changes I made in my life. The herb spoken about from North Mexico Baja is very interesting. For I have two daughters. I would so appreciate the name for the book doesn’t have it. Thank you and great job

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  • 10-14-20

Worth the read!

Excellent book to listen to. Women deserve the right to be treated equally to men, so we can end misunderstanding and mistreatment.

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  • henrietta
  • 04-13-20

What a breath of fresh air! This is a must read.

Love it, the narrator was clear and confident. So interesting and motivational. The approach was personal and authentic

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  • Holly
  • 02-21-20

Great sections except when straying into religion

I love that this is about truly empowering women -wonderful mantras to help reaffirm one's self worth and love. But it's seems counter-intuitive to then say we rely on Angels and God to feel safe. isn't true empowerment about being able to be self sufficient and not need a patriarchal icon to watch over us?