I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase, but it will be at no additional cost to you. During my recovery from depression, I had some insights on spirituality, but I didn’t know exactly what it is and how to explain it.
This book speaks to me on a deep level and helps me learn a lot about my experience. If you are someone who is always working hard or doing a lot, but somehow still feel unfulfilled in life, this is the book to read.
The book is also made into an inspiration movie of the same name and released by Hay House. This book is WayneDyer’s interpretation of Lao The’s Tao Te Ching.
At the end of each chapter, he provides action steps which you can take to make your life peaceful, inspired and harmonious. For example, our desire to enjoy life is often hindered by our stressful thoughts of needing to achieve more.
It’s about aligning your thinking habits with your deepest desires and restoring the natural equilibrium in your lives. In this book, Wayne Dyer covers nine imbalances that will help you be more aware of these unhealthy habits.
This book is suitable for those who feel dissatisfied with their life but doesn’t understand why. Wayne Dyer believes that there is an invisible force and energy field that is bigger than ourselves.
Not only will this book inspires you, it also provides a step-by-step guide to help you apply these principles into your daily life. If we tap into the higher frequency of our spirits, we can eliminate any problems in our lives.
In the beginning of the book, the author shares his experience on having a heart attack and how he shifted from feeling self-pity and denial to gratitude and love. Even though his heart is still damaged, he was able to find peace and recovered when he shifted his energy from negativity to positivity.
For this book, he selects 60 teachers from a variety of eras and cultures and shares his interpretation of their works. The ancestral masters include Buddha, Michelangelo, Rum, Whitman, and Jesus.
At the end of each chapter, he also suggests how we can apply these teachings and wisdom to our modern lives. This book is great for those who enjoy reading poetry or about important people from the past and what they have taught the world.
This book teaches you to take control of your life and not base your self-worth on other people. If you have problems with guilt, worry, anger, and procrastination, this book will help you deal with these erroneous zones and get out of the victim mindset.
However, if you are used to the author’s gentle, inspirational writing tone, this book might not be suitable for you. Before he had deeper insights on spirituality, his writing tends to be more on the motivational side and harsh.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Esther Hicks Love is the ability and willingness to allow those that you care for to be what they choose for themselves without any insistence that they satisfy you.
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