For many years, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s fans have wondered when he would write a memoir. Well, Wayne has finally done just that! However, he has written it in a way that only he can - with a remarkable take-home message for his longtime followers and new readers alike - and the result is an exciting new twist on the old format. Rather than a plain old memoir, Wayne has gathered together quantum-moment recollections.
In this revealing and engaging audiobook, Wayne shares dozens of events from his life, from the time he was a little boy in Detroit up to present day. In unflinching detail, he relates his vivid impressions of encountering many forks in the road, taking readers with him into these formative experiences. Yet then he views the events from his current perspective, noting what lessons he ultimately learned, as well as how he has made the resulting wisdom available to millions via his lifelong dedication to service.
I Can See Clearly Now is an intimate look at an amazing teacher, but it also holds the key for seekers on a personal path of enlightenment. Wayne offers up his own life as an example of how we can all recognize the hand of the Divine steering our individual courses, helping us accomplish the mission we came here to fulfill.
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This was the first book by WD that I've "read", and while I enjoyed the first section of the book, it got to be a bit much during the second part. Maybe I don't see because I don't believe? While he stressed letting go of the ego, he seems to have a pretty good one going on himself. Listening to this made me want to check out "Your Erroneous Zones," because overall, I feel like his methods are good. But as he stated, in his earlier writings he avoided writing about spirituality, and that may suit me better. I did enjoy the many quotes by the great masters, and he does have good advice, especially for a lost soul.
This doesn't apply.
Since its an autobiography, this doesn't really apply.
I have listened to all of Wayne a Dyers books and this one is yet another repeat of his life history that he has mentioned in all of his previous books.
Stop talking about himself and apply what he has "seen clearly" to anyone's life who is listening.
Left out the thousands of "I", "me", and "my's" in EVERY sentence. I challenge Dr. Dyer to run a program to detect how many of these he has said in this book. The ratio of them to the total words would be astounding.
This is the only book review that I have ever done and mainly because I am sick and tired of hearing about Wayne Dyer's life stories. There are many of his books that have been inspiring but NOT this one. If you just look or listen to the multitudes of me, my, and I's he says you will be shocked!! I got nothing from this book and have had to just stop listening to it. I hate wasting a credit on this because I do feel he has had important messages in the past. I don't know if he has truly "seen clearly now" as he recounts his life history but I know I can see clearly that I will not purchase another one of his books!
I didn't read the print edition. I have a 2 year old and a teenager and full-time work etc. It's difficult to take the time to read print editions--although I would consider buying it.
Yes, it's on par. I loved the fact that it wasn't abridged! He has a fantastically soothing voice so I enjoy him doing his own audiobooks unlike some well known authors/teachers that don't narrate their own books.
No, it's too long, but I listened to it for prolonged periods at a time.
I really enjoyed his writing style. At first I was thrown off with how he'd talk about his childhood and then about him in his 20s, and then back to a teen. But it really reinforced my understanding and the relevancy of his experiences. He really did weave a tapestry of his life. I highly recommend this audiobook!
I expected more from this title and, while nothing turned me off, I just never got as much as I had hoped to get. The narration was very good.
Will listen to this book over and over. I have almost all of Dr Wayne Dyer's books and tapes. He got me thru some trying times and some great times.
Helps you to help yourself!
I love his passion for his life.
Yes, and might get it done yet!
Good book audible and print or print, whatever!
I have not read the print version, but plan on buying it soon.
I don't have a book to compare it to. Its one of the best books I have listened to. Dr Dyer was able to include parts of all his great books, how they came to be and what inspired him to write each one of them.
All of them, but if I had to choose it would be his military stint in the Navy and his stories of racism against his friend and the passion he felt after visiting Germany and the horrors of the Nazis.
To see clear is to see God
I hope I get to meet Wayne Dyer someday. He is my Guru!
I've listened to it several times and still kept going back to this book whenever I feel doubtful. This book contains life events and quantum moments of Dr.Dyre's amazing life. It serves as a revelation and role model for me to look into my own life deeply.
Steve Jobs. Because it is also a life story of this great man.
No. I like to listen to this book in several parts. Though a great listening experience, it does not provide exciting plots to bind me to finish.
This book inspired me the entire 11 hours! I love Wayn'e spiritual connection to the Universe and his incredible stories of synchronicity that have guided him throughout his life. I'm grateful he encourages people to be self-reliant and to listen to their soul's calling. His perseverance throughout his writing career is an enormous inspiration to me also. Thanks Wayne for your service to humanity!
I love Wayne's calm and engaging voice. Hearing him read the story of his life made the book more special to me than if I were to read it.
When Wayne's first book became a NY Times best seller! I cried tears of joy for him.
I like autumn night times. Curtains drawn. The dim lamp. Chaired with a book. Fireside hours. A warm peace.
This was written with far too much ego involved for my liking. Many spiritual teachers can speak without using the word "I" continuously. Dr. Dyer's lack of humility detracted from his teachings.I found this book to be a trumpeting, self-congratulatory memoir, from a man who claims to have left ego behind.
Overall: The subtitle of this book should be "Ain't I Great?"
people who loves someone talking about himself for 12 hours
his own ego size doesn't fit the internet
the only lesson I gain form this is that from now on I should read reviews.I had bought one audio book from Wayne Dyer before and already I could tell he had a huge ego, but this audio book is beyond anything imaginable.
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