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 Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” Dr. Wayne Dyer I recently heard something that really resonated with me.
Dont die with your music still inside your wander We also profiled Your Erroneous Zones + The Power of Intention + Real Magic.
In the Note, we’ll explore Big Ideas on the importance of moving from “excusing” to “choosing,” what self-actualizers focus on, why commitments beat pronouncements and other goodness, so we can make our excuses be gone! Read the full PhilosophersNote with a FREE 14-day trial Get instant access to all 600+ PhilosopherNotes. And over 50 Optimal Living 101 master classes.
Start Free Trial Join tens of thousands of people from around the world. The most transformational Big Ideas from 600 of the greatest personal growth books at your fingertips (and eyes and ears).
Beautiful to look at and powerful to use, these mini-CliffsNotes™ of personal growth will inspire and empower you to live your deepest truths. Brian shares his favorite Big Ideas in 10 minute episodes on PTV.
Apply these ideas diligently, patiently, persistently, and playfully and happy dances are guaranteed. 3,500 of the Biggest Ideas outlines and explained for easy and powerful implementation.
I am a crazy reader, so getting into your Notes is like a trip to the sporting goods store when I was a kid.” In a style that is as accessible as it is meaningful, Dr. Bruce Lipton offers nothing less that the long sought-after “missing link” between life and consciousness.
Gregg Braden, New York Times best-selling author of The God Code and The Isaiah Effect I just read through the resources page at all the links to stuff, and was amazed beyond expression.
Read More» Barbara Marx Hubbard, Founder, The Foundation for Conscious Evolution The implications of this powerful book have the potential to change the world.
Part 2 of a review of WayneDyer's Keynote Speech at the Hay House I Can Do It Conference, Tampa 2009. This lecture is a preview to Dyer's Book, Wishes Fulfilled.
In my last post, I shared a synopsis of WayneDyer's introduction to his opening keynote at the Hay House I Can Do It Conference in Tampa. In his opening, Dyer explains that if we want to make our world a better place, we must first change our beliefs about who we are and what is possible for us.
This idea is central to the new book that Dyer will soon begin writing. Man's chief delusion is his conviction that there are causes other than his own state of consciousness.
All that befalls a man -- all that is done by him, all that comes from him -- happens as a result of his state of consciousness. A man's consciousness is all that he thinks and desires and loves, all that he believes is true and consents to.
Each of us has the innate capacity to live from the highest levels of consciousness. Einstein said that the most fundamental question we can ever ask ourselves is whether the universe we live in is friendly or hostile.
Of course, the answer to that question is that we live in a Universe that is infinitely friendly towards us, because we are each a manifestation of Source. It is this consciousness of whom we really are that must arise within us before we can fully live out our own personal dharma on this planet. When we realize who we are, when we finally understand that as a manifestation of Source we share in God Consciousness, we will also realize that our Imagination is the greatest gift we have received.
The laptop I am writing on, the lamp making it possible for me to write after dark, the electricity that powers those, the desk that I picked up at a yard sale, the new rug from Walmart: all these existed first in someone's imagination. The fulfillment of our individual dharma -- our mission for being on this planet -- must grow out of our own imagination.
For that reason, we must be independent of the opinions of others, and be detached from the outcome of our actions. This is where Neville's idea of the Power of Assumption comes in: we must always assume that everything we imagine is true.
Enthusiasm is a word whose parts mean: en =inside; thees = God. When we did the Prosperity Project here on The New Book of Clues, only a handful of people actually wrote down what they were imagining.
He could smell the sawdust, feel the wood, taste the hot coffee. In his mind, he was there working, building things, enjoying his new space.
Many other people read the posts, and in their mind they thought about how they would spend their imaginary money. They made a list in their head, but didn't consistently bring their imagination or their emotions into play as did my friend with his wood shop.
Remember, the Universe gives us anything that we feel strongly emotional about as we focus our attention on it. We can also manifest ego-driven intentions such as a new car, fancy toys, or lots of money in the bank.
There is an easy test we can use to determine if our intention is ego-driven or inspired by Source. Again, this step requires us to monitor our thinking and to guard our dream.
Bruce Lipton's book teaches that how we think can affect our own DNA and can actually turn genes on and off. Dyer's book shows us how to counter the 18 most common excuses we give ourselves for not fulfilling our dreams.
Step 4 includes the quality of attention that we give our intention. On Dyer's website is a link to download 18 affirmations that we can use to retrain our subconscious mind not to believe the 18 most common excuses we all use.
Negativity is the product of a mind virus; don't let it infect your thinking. Objective attention is input that you get about your intention from other people, as well as from what you read, hear, and see.
Learn to reprogram your mind using affirmations or any means necessary to consistently believe in your dream. She could have told herself that she was too old to begin something this huge, but instead she believed in her dream and she spoke positive affirmations to herself to overcome any negative thinking she might have had.
Wordsworth once wrote that “habits rule the reflecting heart.” We all have some unremembered issues holding us back, making us believe we cannot succeed.
But we must be aware that the subconscious realm is where we interact with the universe; it is the part of us that attracts into our lives whatever it is that we get. We owe it to ourselves to retrain our subconscious mind so that it stops working against us.
Use the last five minutes of every day to hold what you want in your imagination, think from the end, and assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled. What we think about as we are falling asleep marinates in our subconscious mind while we sleep.
Make it a point to spend those crucial last five minutes visualizing your intention with as much passion as you can muster, and you will find that the universe will begin to send you people, places, and things that match up to that vibration. As he does so often, Dr. Dyer brought his daughter Skye out halfway through his lecture, to sing to us.
She sang an a cappella version of Dan Rosenberg's that left the entire room in tears, including Dyer himself. Her song made me realize that most of my spiritual teachers are entering their final years.
It is up to us to take what they have taught us and to use that knowledge to help raise the consciousness of our planet. If we can get a critical number of people to make a positive conscious shift, then we can effect a positive change in the collective consciousness of humanity.
Scientists are now discovering that the critical mass of people necessary to make a change of this kind is 3.1416%, better known as pi.