Adopting thought processes he has sugested in his earlier books has changed my life (for the good) I prefer his earlier books. As his focus has become increasingly a spiritual one his message seems to be the same one repeated over & over; and I am sorry to say that to a small degree I found this book just slightly disengenuous. I wish Dr Dyer well. In the book he reveals he has C L Leukemia.
The suggestions he makes in point form. They sum up the lengthy pre ambles well.
No. His message in the last few books has seemed to me repetative.
His earlier books have empowered me. I am in some was sorry he has been given a label of "ill" - but in a way I am wondering if for Dr Dyer it will be seen as a meaningful gift because he is attempting to illustrate that he lives the solution to struggles that he writes about. He is certainly having to put his money where his stated beliefs are. I say "beliefs' not 'knowings' because I just did not quite get the feeling that he deep-down believed all he said.
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