This is a very different book: It is written for the dreamers of this world - the people who KNOW that something different is possible - but who have never had the tools before.... This is a Handbook for Generating Infinite Possibilities and Dynamic Change. For you. And the world. Ten years ago, Dr. Dain Heer started as a chiropractor in California, USA. Seemingly successful and happy, Dain Heer was on the verge of suicide when he came across Access Consciousness. With this modality, based on question and choice, Dr. Heer's life began to expand and grow with more ease and speed than even he could have imagined possible. This book is his way of paying it forward.
Being You, Changing the World provides you with a set of PRACTICAL tools and processes which can change everything and give you YOU, as you truly are. It provides you with a totally different perspective of BEING. What if being you isn't about doing something differently or being better? What if it is about BEING the energy you are, in totality? And what if that can change EVERYTHING? Your life, your relationships, your money situation...and the world!
Access Consciousness is a system for opening the doors to anything that is possible in this world. By giving you access to your knowing. By dynamically increasing you awareness. By including everything and judging nothing. Today, Dr. Dain Heer travels all over the world inviting and inspiring people to more consciousness from total allowance, caring, humor, and a phenomenal knowing. His unique points of view on embodiment, Earth, sexuality, and healing transcend most things currently being taught. Being You, Changing the World is his eighth book.
You can download an audio of the first chapter, read by Dain Heer, at: www.beingyoubook.com.
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Yes. It is filled with great insight and wisdom and a clearly delivered method for shifting your perspective so that you can immediately begin clearing blocks and living your truth. Dain is funny (albeit goofy sometimes), candid and generous in sharing his experience and his simple, straightforward suggestions on how to get where we all want to be-living healthy, happy, vibrant lives.
This book has transformed my life just by reading it and using the tools given by the author. I will listen to it over and over again to get the full benefit of all that is offered.
This book is one I'll listen to many times. It has changed the way I think, the way I look at the world, the way I deal with other people's drama. Most things just don't bug me anymore. It's about asking questions. Dain doesn't give cookie cutter answers. He asks questions, and shows you how to find what's true for you. What else is possible? How does it get any better than that?
This is the most different book I've ever read. There is nothing like it that I know of.
Dain is passionate about what he does and it comes through very clearly. He is easy to listen to and has a lovely sense of humor.
Ask a question, then shut up. What you need to know will flow right to you when you let go of the mind chatter and just be. Be you. What if you, being you, is exactly what the world needs right now? What if your contribution to the planet is being who you truly be, not who anyone else thinks you should be?
Dr. Dain Heer is so open & real, showing how change can be easy, light and magical.
One of the most memorable moments he shared in his book was when he shifted from feeling sick, stressed and overbooked into changing his priority to communicating , loving and feeling free--taking time for a magical, wild & fantastic ride on his beloved horse.
I started watching and listening to Dr. Dain on youtube soon after I got into his book, "Being You, Changing the World" All that he shares communicates living in lightness,
liberation, authenticity and freedom.
Live the real you - full throttle, with no holds barred!
I would recommend this book to anyone, as it is full of life changing tools and process that are easy and simple to understand and use.
The most memorable part of the book for me was when Dain said "ask who does this belong to? for every thought or feeling you have for the next 3 days. Ask the thought or feeling to return to sender with a thousand fold of consciousness". After doing this my internal dialogue is quiet?er and more peaceful than i could have imagine it could be.
I found Dain was engaging and had an easy voice to listen too.
Who does this belong to? Choose, Ask and live in the question.
Not just another self help book but has easy practical tools and processes that are working for me.
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