Hay House

Hay House is a New Thought and Self-help publisher. It was founded in 1987 by author Louise Hay, when she self-published her books Heal Your Body and You Can Heal Your Life. Hay House publishes books, audio, and video in the areas such as Self-Help, New Thought, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Alternative Health, Men's/Women's Issues, Food and Nutrition, Finance, Environmental Issues, Education, Business, Astrology and New Age. Hay House Inc. includes the imprints New Beginnings Press, Princess Books, Smiley Books, and Balboa Press.

In March 2005, Hay House launched an internet radio station, Hay House Radio Network, broadcasts hour-long weekly radio shows by prominent Hay House authors.

Hay House has its headquarters in Carlsbad, California, U.S., and international divisions in the United Kingdom, Australia, India. and South Africa.

Hay House has published over 300 books and 450 audios from 130 authors.

Other articles related to "hay house, hay":

Johnston-Felton-Hay House - Present Day - Hay House Campaign
... Historic Preservation which oversees the management and maintenance of Hay House embarked on a successful $7.6 million capital campaign for the restoration and maintenance of the building ... of $17.5 million has been identified to fund a complete restoration of the Hay House and permanently endow all future maintenance and management ...
Gordon Smith (psychic Medium) - Bibliography
... Thoughts for Change and Transformation, Hay House, 2013 ... Studies A Complete Course in Mediumship, Hay House, 2012 ... ISBN 978-1-84850-836-1 Why Do Bad Things Happen?, Hay House, 2009 ...
David Brown (artist)
... He lives and works in what has become known as the "Hay House" ... from the local community, and importantly, a set of four life size interiors of his home, the Hay House ... Brown's home is a one room cement home insulated with hay, called a 'hay house', with no electricity or running water ...

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