I've listened to heaps of teachings by all sorts of teachers, especially those from the movie 'The Secret'. I wanted to give Wayne Dyer a go by purchasing this audio programme but... somehow he just doesn't teach very eloquently. There's a lot of teachings on the Tao (Taoism) and all sorts of short stories along the way but in the end I had a big question mark on my head -> what was this guy trying to teach about again?? It's not a terrible audio programme but really not that great either. I'd personally wouldn't recommend this to anyone really. You'd get much better value with material from The Teachings of Abraham (Esther and Jerry Hicks) and other really good ones like Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith, Jack Canfield or Noah St. John. Seriously, if you can only afford to buy 1 audio programme, I would NOT recommend this one.
Yes. Substancial information worth of studying during a lifetime.
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This Book will move you into the next level of your life.
Must read book for anyone who would like a better life.
Dr. Wayne Dyer does a wonderful job implementing the teachings of Lao Tsu into this Excuses Begone piece. I Had not heard of Lao Tsu before but have been familiar with some of his quotes for instance, ...A journey of a thousand...begins with the first step.
It is rewarding changing old and self defeating habits. To not change or to go back to them is disappointing not only to yourself and others but most importantly to Source Energy.
the many great quotes from the greatest thinkers throughout time.
Happy that it ended only for the reason that I'm a life-long learner so most of the teachings, ideals are not new to me. Great book that I think our pre-teens and teenages should be listening to.
neither...loved the quotes
I really enjoyed listening to Dr Dyer on my walks. I sometimes have a hard time reading his books, but listering was easy and I was able to go back and repeat anything that I wanted to think about.
Joel Osteen - Everyday a Friday. Both talk about eliminating excuses in your life
There's a lot of good quotes and wisdom here. A very helpful book.
When an author reads their book and it's about making changes to one's life and the author has employed the techniques described in the book it is a reinforcement of their validity.
Wayne has a enjoyable, easy to listen to style. The content was applicable personally and each time I go through the tapes.. if find more things to ponder. Well worth the time if you are looking to have peace and improve your outlook on life.
It seems the audio is not necessarily just a narration. This adds more insight.
I will be taking responsibility for my thoughts and actions. I am the one that controls myself.... and I won't be waiting for the approval or response from others. Being true to myself brings peace.
Like the proverbial oyster, Dr. Dyer takes on the tiny irritants in life, the ones that can grow eventually throwing you off course and into a ditch. Through his teaching and with your time and work they will cease being problems and in fact can be beautifully transformed... similar to the creation of a lustrous pearl.
The simple yet most powerful suggestion spoken by the wise hermit residing in a tree. So he says:
Going to the beautiful waterfall and pool on Maui for a swim to prepare to write the next chapter. I will be sitting in contemplation envisioning this scenario starting now!
Not really, it's better digested bit by bit.
I, for some reason, didn't like the title - specifically the
This is one of those books you have to listen to over and over again. There is so much powerful information that Dr. Wayne Dyer teaches you it's almost impossible to catch everything first time around.
I love all of Dr. Wayne Dyers audiobooks and speeches.