Dr. Wayne Dyer urges listeners to share their stories of children who can recall past lives and events or communication with God. Dr. Dyer also comments on the recent death of actor/comedian Robin Williams.
Dr. Dyer discusses how to not let your story consume your life. Learning to let go and forgive past traumas will result in better health and well being. Dr. Dyer advises not to let your biography become your biology. Dr. Dyer talks with a caller who wants to learn how to forgive a person in her past responsible for childhood abuse.
Join Dr. Wayne Dyer for the second part of his 12-step program to simplicity. He walks you through special techniques that will help you remove clutter and simplify your busy schedule so you can do what you really want to do in life.
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Franklin D. Roosevelt said it perfectly, for when we live in fear, inspiration is virtually impossible. Dr. Wayne Dyer describes how refusing to live in fear attracts the protection and guidance you desire.
Feeling overwhelmed? Have you lost your inspiration? Clutter and overly busy schedules keep you from doing what you really want to do. Now is the time to simplify. Dr. Dyer shares with you 12 very specific tools for simplifying your life.
Dr. Dyer believes that we are all a part of God and carry a Divine Source within us. Ignore what your senses tell you. There is another reality, a spiritual reality that is recognized within.
Dr. Wayne Dyer shares his thoughts on Veteran's Day and his wishes for a peaceful planet. Our original nature is gentleness, kindness, and service to others. When we forget this we are in pain and turmoil.
Dr. Dyer urges listeners to be aware of the teachers that come across their path, they may not be recognizable at first. Learn to see synchronicities as messages from Source and learn from them. Keep an eye out for those lessons and teachers.
Dr. Wayne Dyer talks with listeners about family members and loved ones making the transition to The Other Side. Sometimes the most painful experiences are your greatest teachers.
Dr.Wayne Dyer welcomes special guest Dr. Terry Gordon to the show. Dr. Gordon is the author of No Storm Lasts Forever and he shares his inspiring story of how he and his family were able to make sense of the tragic accident that left his son a quadriplegic.
Dr. Wayne Dyer shares how he listens to Source in his own life and reveals how he discovered the works of Vasistha's Yoga and how it inspired him. Dr. Dyer stresses that we must stop and listen to the messages from our inner voice because what was placed there was put there by a Divine Source.
You don't have to settle for "just ok." Dr. Dyer talks with Lynn in Nova Scotia, who has a nephew going through some difficult times. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Wayne Dyer shares the story of Kaye O'Bara and her devotion to her comatose daughter Edwarda, which transcends our own experiences of love. It reminds us to look within and see where we can give unconditionally. Dr. Dyer wrote the book A Promise Is a Promise in 2001 detailing Kaye and Edwarda's story, and with Edwarda's passing over the Thanksgiving weekend, Dr. Dyer wanted to share the story again today. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr.Dyer shares some reaction from his children on the project with Esther Hicks and Abraham, Co-Creating At It's Best. Dr. Dyer believes that Abraham's philosophy of picking the thoughts that make you feel good and how being conscious of the thoughts that you are having will bring greater joy and happiness. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Dyer shares his experience of taping a special with Oprah Winfrey. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Wayne Dyer discusses synchronicities. The things showing up in your life are no accident. The Universe is guided by an intelligent Source. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Diane Ray shares some listener emails with Dr. Wayne Dyer. Dr. Dyer gives some insight to a caller who feels that her spiritual awakening is causing problems in her marriage. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
The essence of enlightenment is being in a state of gratitude. Giving is at the core of God Realization. Dr. Dyer takes some caller questions and describes his philosophy of "thinking from the end." To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
What positive and negative experiences have shaped your life? Dr. Wayne Dyer urges listeners to be in a state of gratitude for everything that comes your way, even the negative experiences, in order to find peace. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Dyer shares a story of his early days as an author and some major decisions he made to make his dream a reality. Dr. Dyer urges you to believe in yourself and listen to the voice within. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Wayne Dyer shares his experience of his conversation with Esther Hicks and Abraham that is featured in the book Co-Creating at It's Best. Based on a talk given in Anaheim, CA, Dr. Dyer says the most significant lesson he learned from his conversation is that we all have Divine Guidance available to us. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Dyer gives his guidance to a caller on how she can achieve her dreams. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Wayne Dyer shares a story sent to him by his brother David about a teacher and how she gave her students a way to feel loved that stood the test of time. Dr. Dyer discusses working on compassion for other people and learning to put love where there is none. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Dyer discusses treating your body like a temple and changing your thoughts on aging. Dr. Dyer shares a passage from The Way Out by John Benner and talks about how to stand guard with your thoughts and let go of any negativity. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com
Dr. Dyer was inspired by the work of Walt Whitman and he shares a poem on the show. O Captain, My Captain was written after the death of Abraham Lincoln. To find out more about Dr. Wayne Dyer, please visit www.drwaynedyer.com