I am a Wayne Dyer fan and while a lot of this was repeated material, his new thought on the “shift” were refreshing. Listened to it twice on my commute and will probably do it one more time.
I continue to listen to this time and time again. It is so positive and uplifting.
How Dr. Dyer uses examples that I can identify with.
Yes. I think all of his books offer encouragment and suggestions to help me to be the best me I can be and connect to others with love.
I listened the first time in one sitting. I now listen to it while driving back and forth to work. I helps me every time I hear it. I seem to take away something new each time. I am grateful he shares his insight with all. He does it with refreshing humor as well.
Have and will continue to; has changed my mind, heart, and spirit. Seems odd at first...then logic meets heart and spirit. Beautiful!
A story of truth-not religion, but spirit and as it spans through making a DAY TO DAY APPLICATION of ALLOWING our person to "be", basically not idiotically struggle as we do.
Faith. And belief in faith. I was just...happier. At 16, I feel as I'm just learning a bit about this big-wide world.
Change your views and focuses; perception is key. Live what your purpose is worth.
This guy never dissappoints me. This program has help me from feelings of despair, to making goals for myself again. I'm honored to have had the opportunity to spend 5hrs. listening to him.
His positive attitude toward his illness.
Sugar be gone!
Bless His Heart and Soul, may he live another 20 years helping those of us in need.
Andrew E. Malone
I made an incorrect assumptions about the author from several quotations. Wayne W. Dyer's delivery is a tedious sing song of self satistified narcissist with very little content of significance.
His personal life is a train wreck and his follower's paens of praise appear pathetically sycophantic and ill informed. Please don't buy if your look for some depth and real world experience this is a Fakir's faker.
Alpaca farmer, gardener, poet. Loves reading & listening to books, music, writing, and learning. Life is good!
I bought "Heaven's Gate" (fiction) and "Making the Shift" at about the same time. While "Heaven's Gate" is fiction, it has a lot less BS than this book. I'll stick to the Gospel and the teaching of Jesus. He didn't try to make a dime off his lessons.