Wayne Dyer


go for it now quote wayne dyerWAYNE DYER is an internationally famous writer and speaker in the fields of self-development and spiritual advancement. Over the four decades of his profession, he composed more than 40 publications, including 21 New York Times bestsellers. He appeared on a large number of radio and television shows, and created many sound and video programs.

Through his early work in college level teaching and clinical psychology, he found a prevalent demand for the principles of self-discovery and personal advancement, and sought to bring these thoughts to a broader audience. His first book Your Erroneous Zones, for general readers, printed in 1976, became an international bestseller and started his career as an author and speaker.

After releasing a sequence of bestselling novels on the practical psychology of self-improvement, Dyer believed a shift happen in his thinking that led him to investigate the spiritual facets of human encounter. “My goal would be to assist individuals look at themselves and start to transfer their theories,” he said. “Remember, we’re not our nation, our race, or faith. We’re endless spirits. Seeing ourselves as a spiritual being without labeling is a means to transform the world and reach a holy spot for all of mankind.”

Despite a childhood spent in foster homes and orphanages, he spent much of his life showing others how to do the same and conquered many obstacles to make his wishes come true. His primary message was that every individual really has the capacity to live an amazing life. What is more, it is potential for each individual to show their deepest desires. They should honor their inner divinity and knowingly decide to reside from their “Best Self.”

When Wayne was not traveling around the globe delivering his amazing words, Dyer wrote from his residence in Maui–appreciating his swims with the sea creatures, the best thing about nature, and joyful visits from his kids and grandchildren.

I was lucky enough to get to see Wayne Live up in Seattle when he was touring for his book “The power of Intention“. He would mesmerize the crowd with his soothing deep voice and you came out of the event feeling like you were floating. It was fantastic.

Wayne Dyer, who was a best-selling self-help coach and author of over 30 books, died late in 2015. He was 75.

A posting on Dyer’s Facebook page said: “Wayne has left his body, passing away through the night. He always said he couldn’t wait for this next adventure to begin and had no fear of dying. Our hearts are broken, but we smile to think of how much our scurvy elephant will enjoy the other side.”

The post was signed by his family and Within an hour, it had more than 32,000 shares.

Wayne used to tour with none other than Guru Deepak Chopra and share long deep conversations together. He was even interviewed by one of our other gurus  “Tony Robbins” in one of Tony’s old Power talk series cd’s. I’ll put a youtube video I found below that has the full version for you to listen to:

One of the greatest tools that we can use for personal development and growth is audio. We all spend a great deal of time in our cars which gives us plenty of time to take in some great knowledge. Wayne has some of my favorite CD sets. He talks in a way that makes you just want to hear him even more. I can honestly say that I have at least 7 or 8 CD sets of Waynes work. Here are some of them that I personally own below:

I love cd’s as I can listen to them as I drive. Getting what you really really really really want, is a laugh and enjoyable to listen to. Deepak is great in there as well.

Aside from Waynes Audio, I don’t want to leave out the many masterpieces he wrote. The biggest of all would be “Your Erroneous Zones” which set his career ablaze!

Let me list some of his greater works and books that I personally have in my library:

Even though he is no longer with us, Wayne Dyer will live on and touch lives forever. His work is well worth looking into if you enjoy an old soul with a voice like your grandpa to easy you into some unbelievably powerful teachings. Even in writing this, I have Waynes video playing in the background and can’t help but smile! You will be greatly missed Wayne!