Yes. He gives practical information on how to achieve a better life through combining knowledge found in other works and disciplines.
Of course. I will own his entire collection and have Hayhouse publish one of my books someday soon.
I enjoyed it as it is.
I appreciate the work that goes into creating this type of work and the quality of the product that come from your efforts.
Somewhere in the middle.
Not right now but sometime in the future.
Try to do nice things for other people.
Yes, I feel the reader Dr. Dyer read his book way, way to fast. I had to keep stopping and going back to catch what he was meaning.
I think this kind of book is probably better READ so you can underline certain parts you want to go back and read.
I am a Dyer Student and Follower. I have read or listened to the majoriuty of his books. In my humble opinion, hhis is his best work. Timeless truth and a Workable Method to aply in one's life.t
Wayne uses real life situations almost throughout the book. He is easy to follow and connect with making the learning easy. Not quite a masterpiece but very very good and a worthwhile listen.
Dr. Wayne Dyer has had a great impact my life. I share his books and teachings with my family and friends and I love to witness how much they have grown.
Dr. Wayne does the work of an angel, when he shares his wisdom from life.
He explain his words in a way that people understand, and this work is nothing less than brilliant.
You see it when you believe it.
This may be good for some but too philosophical for me. Most of it was way over my head. Maybe I will listen to it again and try to get more out of it. But it is missing basic direction.
I have listened to quite a few of Dyers books starting with Your Erroneous Zones many years back. Overall, I think he's very good and partictuarrly like his early work. For a guy who started out teaching techniques for not getting upset over what you cannot control i.e. Detroit traffic and not letting other peoples opinions of you matter more than your own - he has come along way. This book is about tapping into a universal energy source and is pretty far out there for a self help book. He does go over some old ground covered previously but overall this is advanced stuff and for me not very useful and practical. OK maybe I'm not ready to "go to the next level of consciousness" but I would warn that unless your the type that's into trying meditation you may share my reaction.
Stopped listening after the second CD. I saw him on a PBS special and thought it was pretty good. The book on the other hand is filled with self-promotion ("as I talk about in my other book that comes with a CD" - which he mentions twice in the span of three chapters). His discussion is filled with what seem scientific concepts, yet is largely unsubstantiated. The previous review said "it was way over my head, maybe I'll listen to it again". The problem wasn't that it was over my head. The problem was, I DID understand it. While I do believe in the concept of Intention, his attempt to use "science" to support it is weak. In some cases he makes statements so categorically you?d think they were on the level of the law gravity, in other cases he uses convoluted logic to "prove" his assertions (If A leads to B and B leads to C then E must lead to D). I was very disappointed and encourage you to not waste your time or credit.