Dr. Dyer goes on to demonstrate the same meditation technique (Japa) that he himself has used for years to make conscious contact with a higher power. He provides real-life tools that can help you improve the way you relate to others and yourself.
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Dr. Dyer was an extraordinary teacher, leader, and thought provoker. probably the biggest thing I've taken from this book is, "having a mind that is open to anything, attached to nothing," and "don't die with your music still in you". I work daily on trying to make my dharma my reality, and with meditation and affirmations, I will get there!! Each time I read these books, I laugh, I cry, I take notes, I share tidbits with friends, family, and even complete strangers, and will continue to read, listen to, and ingest everything this beautiful soul left us on this Earth. Godspeed, Dr. Dyer!
Words cannot explain the fullness and greatness of this man's work. God bless Dr. Dyer's soul for eternity. This seminar must be throughly heard , understood and ideally practiced on a daily basis. Actually once is not enough must be heard at least twice to really feel its concepts.
Dr Dryer has once again proven to be inspirational in areas that bring most of us challenges. His practical words of wisdom give hope and direction for a better and happier life. I will listen to this book over and over again to take in all the truths and applications.
I'm a huge Wayne Dyer fan; this work only reinforces my enthusiasm for his message. It's great, and definitely worth the time investment.
How in God's name did this get such good reviews? Horrible. I admit I had to stop at the 3rd step when Dyer advocated running in hallways in hotels. According to Dyer people who don't like this behavior are (according to him) depreciators and those who do are appreciators. I for one think running belongs in the gym or outside. I consider it common sense and common courtesy, those of you who don't will love this book.
Nine and a half hours of Wayne Dyer... drones on... I find his name-dropping irritating and unnecessary. It seems like much of his wisdom comes through Deepak Chopra, so why not listen to Deepak Chopra - less monologue about his life, less breathing and mouth/tongue noises - more truth and wisdom.
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