There's a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem provides the essential foundations for spiritual problem solving, and explains the basic principles needed to understand and access the world of spirit. You'll hear the words of Patanjali, a Yogi mystic whose teachings and practices deeply affected Dyer and informed his realization that the spiritual force is everywhere. Then Dr. Dyer gives specific suggestions to help listeners put spiritual problem solving into practice. St. Francis's legacy is one of love, harmony, and service, putting our collective energies toward what we are for instead of what we are against.
As Dyer writes, "Thinking is the source of problems. Your heart holds the answer to solving them."
©2001 Dr. Wayne W. Dyer; (P)2001 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
"Powerful and enlightening....Dyer's growing humility and continuous quest for clarity make him one of the best spiritual teachers of our age." (AudioFile)
"Dyer, returning again and again to the words of St. Francis, presents such familiar lessons in a fresh and loving way. Dyer's large and loyal following will enjoy this book." (Publishers Weekly)
I have read/heard pretty much everything that Dr. Dyer has put out. This is my favorite of all. When I am stressed...I just put this audio on. Dr. Dyer's voice alone puts me at ease. There is power in this recording. 5 STARS!
It was the support I needed. The right words at the right time. The book did not got into my hands by accident.
The Power of Now
Yes, As always God manifest through his words. It is liberating.
Let it be
Dr. Dyer makes a good case for how to handle conflict in life. It is, of course, assumed that the reader is in tune with the spiritual side of his/her own being, otherwise, the book would probably not have any effect on the reader. However, the book presents a very useful and powerful answer to how to deal with life's many situations in a positive and constructive way.
I think this book was good overall. It was the first I've listened to by Dr Wayne Dyer. I've seen him on PBS specials but never read any of his books. I was looking forward to this one. I do think a lot of what he says holds strong truths, however I think he oversimplifies the profound wisdom behind them. I love St Francis and was pleased to hear his words again with Dyer's perspective. I just think he waters down so much and doesn't get into any depth at all. He mentions Mary Baker Eddy and espouses some Christian Science philosophy, but doesn't label it as such. It was all a very lightly brushed version of spirituality. I guess I was expecting more. I'm not sure if the reading was sped up or not during the production, but he seemed to talk fast through all of his concepts, without the normal pause a speaker would use naturally. It exacerbated the previous issue to make it sound like he was glossing over deep topics very quickly and superficially.
Hi, I'm Matt. I'm in sales. I've been on a quest to better myself. I've read over 100 books in the past year or so.
This was one of the 1st audio books in my library. I have over 100 now. Each time I listen, I get more out of it.
This book for me is like a reset button for my thinking. I walk away for days positively affected. When the book ends, I'm always like "Aww"
This has been an awesome journey with Dr. Dyer. This book was highly recommended to me by my therapist & I highly recommend it too. This is one I will read again!
That's the great thing about Wayne Dyer- he tells us what we should've known all along, but conclusions that we are never able to come to on our own. His books have saved me in so many ways, I will be eternally grateful. I hope his new adventure shows him as much happiness as this life did.
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