The Highly Anticipated
During Wayne Dyer’s last lecture in Melbourne, right before he passed away, he was talking about his new book, Memories of Heaven. In the video on the right you can see what he had to say about this book. Wayne was so excited for this book to be released and ironically I know he is looking down from heaven now watching as we release this book for all of you to enjoy.
Dr. Dyer's last recorded lecture - speaking about this latest book he was so excited and proud to share with you!
MEMORIES OF HEAVEN
Every child comes into this world in a state of perfection. They are new arrivals in form only; their true essence is as a piece of the infinite consciousness that we call by many names, the most common being “God.”
This book started back in August of 2014 with Dr. Wayne Dyer, and his assistant and co-author, Dee Garnes. They sent out an invitation to parents all over the world and asked them to share stories in which they experienced their children speaking about remembrances from the time before they were born. Thousands of stories were submitted on Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of social media, as well as through letters and emails.
Here is what Wayne had to say about his motivation to add this book to his collection:
I have enjoyed a lifetime love affair with children, particularly newborns, infants, and toddlers. If a baby is in the room, it’s almost as if there is a magnetic connection that draws my attention and I must make contact. Being the father of eight children, I have spent countless hours simply gazing into the eyes of a brand-new arrival into our family. In these private moments, I often send silent inquisitive messages asking them to tell me about God and what the formless spiritual world is like.
In fact, this entire book was created because my co-author, Dee Garnes, engaged in such a conversation with her little boy, Marcus, who was just learning how to communicate in single words.
I have asked adults from all walks of life to share the wisdom of their little ones, and I have included many of my own experiences with my children’s recollections in this book. After reading through the responses that Dee and I received from people all over the planet, I am more than convinced that there is much more to our lives than the few short years we are allotted here on Earth. And our young boys and girls are the ones who can offer us a glimpse into the unfathomable, infinite, invisible world that is for all of us to discover.
In Wordsworth’s “Recollections of Early Childhood” he gives us this to chew on as well: “The Soul that rises with us, our life’s Star, / Hath had elsewhere its setting, / And cometh from afar . . . From God, who is our home.” As you read through these enthralling commentaries about the world beyond what we see and experience with our five senses, know that these little beings are drenched in the heaven that is our home. They have so much to teach us all.
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In this audio program, Wayne will help you ease the conflicting thoughts in your mind and wake up to the power of Divine Love. He will teach you how to feel your own connection to your purpose - your highest self.
You came from love, and you will return in that same perfect love. And you will learn to live from this love perspective on a daily basis - thus allowing you to tap into your own divinity and experience firsthand the inner peace that is yours.
Listening to this program will help you cleanse the connecting link between what you have come to believe about yourself and who you really are.
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Everything and Attached to Nothing
The details in the real-life contributions that make up Memories of Heaven will make you smile, laugh, cry, and possibly even find some additional peace in your daily life. From the simplest of stories to the complex, the little clues that give life to the reality of commonalities that exist within each bestowal show how closely we come from the same divinity and are made from the same love.
Children share their dialogues with God, talk about long-deceased family members they knew while in the dimension of Spirit, verify past-life recollections, give evidence that they themselves had a hand in picking their own parents and the timing of their sojourn to Earth, and speak eloquently and accurately of a kind of Divine love that exists beyond this physical realm.
As you read these stories, I encourage you to practice something that I learned from a 10th-century scholar in India named Tilopa. His advice was to “have a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing.” Allow yourself to turn in peace to the memory of God, which is possibly still shining in your own quiet mind.
"Sean had always been a sensitive child with wide eyes, a heart as big as the sun, and a smile that could light up the room. I had been the type of mother who loved her son and fulfilled of all his physical needs, but I always felt a missing connection—a bond I so desperately wanted yet didn’t know how to obtain. At the time, I didn’t have the spiritual or energetic awareness to define it; I simply know that Sean could feel this missing bond. I tried to compensate by taking good care of him and showering him with affection, but I was overly controlling and angry. I didn’t want to be that way and tried not to be, but it’s like this impulse had a life of its own.
My controlling manner was on overdrive one particular day, and that evening when I tucked Sean into bed, he began to sob uncontrollably. As compassionately as I could, I asked him what was the matter, and he said that he wanted his mother in heaven. I inquired what he meant by that, and he told me that he just wanted to be with his mother in heaven and couldn’t take it being here. This began to scare me, but I gently asked him what his mother in heaven gave him that I didn’t. He said, “Pure love.”
I could feel my heart begin to soften as I looked at my son in so much pain, missing something he so deserved, and there was no doubt in my mind that what he was telling me was real. As I continued to talk with him, he explained how his mother in heaven, along with God, told him to pick me for his earthly mother, and that he remembered being inside me and it was dark.
I asked Sean if he recalled what God looked like, and he described Him as a being of white light and full of love. I knew in this moment that Sean had just given me, and himself, a gift: a remembering from this little boy who wanted his mother to give him “pure love”! I knew he picked me as his mother to help me learn how to experience and express pure love and for him to receive it from me, his mother right now. This day began the journey of awakening the Divine mother in me right here on Earth!"
- Robin Lisa Haywood
Memories of Heaven.
Each of the stories that appear in this first chapter are remembrances of little boys and girls who have not progressed far enough along this ego-dominated earthly plane to have a mind that is at war against itself. In essence, all of these children who give evidence of having memories of an existence prior to arriving here have quiet minds. Their minds are not filled with doubts, which lead to conflicts about what they feel inwardly versus what they’re being told by so many adults—who themselves have forgotten the eternal gentleness that once shone in their own quiet minds.
The literature on past-life research seems to support this idea that there actually is a selection process, often in cooperation with “God,” in deciding who will be the parents for this baby newly arriving from the world of Spirit. In addition, Dee and I received thousands of responses to our request for parents to give us examples on this topic. The belief vignettes offered in this chapter are only a small percentage of those we received.
Memories of Choosing Parents
"When my daughter was born in August 2006, I knew she was someone special, but I felt that I wasn’t her mom. It was weird because she came from my womb, so why was I having this feeling?
When Alannah was about three, she came up to me one day and said, “Mommy, can I tell you something?” I said, “Yes, you can tell me anything.” Then she told me something that shocked me. She said, “Mommy, when I was looking to come here, I was looking for Nani [my mother], but I couldn’t find her. I searched for her and still couldn’t find her. I really wanted her to be my mommy, but I found you and then I chose you. Mommy, we are supposed to be sisters, did you know?”
I reflected back on that feeling of not being her mom, and my mouth dropped open. Wow! I didn’t know how to respond to this at first, but then after a minute, I asked, “So we’re sisters?” She said, “Well, not right now anymore, but that’s why I was looking for Nani, so we could be sisters again.” This explained why I’d had that feeling before.
Alannah proceeded to tell me how God is a great big God, He is very nice, and He is something we need in our lives to be completely happy and whole. She has always had a strong connection to God, and I have to say it is a priviledge to take care of one of His little Earth angels. "
- Arlene Mora
Spring Valley, California
"I have three children: a daughter who is 13, a son with special needs and communication challenges who is 11, and another son who is 7.
My 11-year-old, James, seems to have quite a profound connection to Spirit. He is the gentlest, most compassionate soul I know. He tells me that he chats with God most nights when he’s asleep, and a few years back he told my husband and me out of the blue that, with God, he chose us as his parents. He had described how he had a meeting with God before coming to Earth and how his soul traveled in some kind of vehicle. He also says that he remembers being in my tummy, and even “saw” the playroom that we were converting before he was born. He couldn’t really have seen this once he was born, as we moved soon after I gave birth and we’d never mentioned it!
The most profound experience I have had with James came one night when I was especially worried about a situation and was praying so hard for help. My two boys were fast asleep on a sofa bed in our bedroom, and I stated to myself, “Jesus, please hear my prayer.” James, who was fast asleep and couldn’t have heard me because I was praying silently, whispered gently, “I am listening.”
- Louise McGrath
Manchester, United Kingdom
Memories of Spiritual Connection to our Source
My friend Buckminster Fuller once remarked, “Everyone is born a genius, but the process of living de-geniuses them.” Every child comes into this world in a state of perfection. They are new arrivals in form only; their true essence is as a piece of the infinite consciousness that we call by many names, the most common being “God.” Before they have been exposed to all of the lessons that focus on their limitations, they are a grand source of wisdom and inspiration.
I believe in angels. I have had personal experiences in which I have been escorted out of extreme danger by beings who took my hand and led me to safety. When my wife, Marcelene, was giving birth to her first child, she was assisted in her labor by a nurse whom she could describe in great detail—but it turned out that no one who worked in the delivery room at the hospital had ever seen this nurse.
I have been to the site in Lourdes where St. Bernadette had 18 visitations from an apparition of the Virgin Mary. I have climbed the mountain in Medjugorje where six children saw the same vision of the Blessed Mother, and are still seeing her regularly almost 35 years later.
Spiritual literature is replete with references to the presence of guardian angels who are available to assist us during our temporary journey here on Earth. The sacred 8th century text called the Talmud, reads: “Every blade of grass has its angel that bends over it and whispers, ‘Grow, grow.” Surely if the grass in the field has angelic guidance available to fulfill its purpose, there ought to be celestial counsel at one’s disposal for humans as well.
"My son, Harrison, is almost seven years old and has been interested in talking about God and angels since he was young. I pray with him nightly, and he often reminds me if I forget, even at dinner. He has a certain curiosity about him—he has asked me all sorts of questions about heaven, God, angels, and how many years we will live. He thinks we all should live to at least 100.
When Harrison was five, he and I were having breakfast one morning and talked about superheroes, Ninja Turtles, and the like. All of a sudden, he asked me if we did this very often. I said, “What, breakfast? Yes, we do this every morning.” He pointed up and down and said, “Go from heaven to earth?” I asked him what he thought, and he said that he thinks we do. Then he went back to talking about superheroes.
Around this time, my son was having horrible night terrors, and I recommended that he ask Archangel Michael to help him. When I asked him how it went, he told me Michael was like an angel superhero because he wears a white robe with a yellow belt and had a sword to fight the “bad guys.” As far as I know, he hadn’t even been shown a picture of Michael specifically…and Harrison said that he’d met him."
- Shawn Layman
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