All great artists transcend eras and generations, classes and attitudes, mores and social restrictions. And in their master-works lie universal, eternal human truths that resonate through days, over decades, and across centuries - striking powerful, emotional chords in our hearts, souls, and lives. In Applying the Wisdom of the Ages, you'll join Dr. Wayne Dyer and travel with him across time on an enchanting and illuminating search for explanations to the most meaningful questions and important concerns we encounter throughout the course of our lives. The literary voices he illuminates in this remarkable program come from seemingly unrelated and disparate eras, cultures, and backgrounds. But there's one powerful thread which binds them together: they all made one powerful choice - the choice that caused the work and passion of their lives to leave an imprint on world literature and human civilization - they lived each day as an expression of the music, the greatness, that lived within each of them. In Applying the Wisdom of the Ages, you'll learn how to:
(P)1987 Nightingale Conant
If it weren't just a bunch of new-age platitudes about nothing.
Yes, from all Wayne Dyer books.
I think he was just himself.
All 12 chapters.
"Early Wayne on the path to greater books"
I really did enjoy this book and any fan of Wayne will still enjoy and get something new from this. I just feel that the ideas in this book are done much better and feel more complete in 'Applying the 10 secrets for success and inner peace'. That book is in my opinion Wayne's finest moment along with 'Making the shift'. My favourite section in this particular audiobook however is on leadership and I did enjoy it as a whole. It just feels a little incomplete to me compared with slightly later works. I'm a massive fan and have nearly all Wayne's books and have yet to listen to one I didn't enjoy.
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