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How to help your children be free of stress and anxiety

Oprah.com | June 2010

No-limit children have learned a different response to the same stimuli because they know the world to be friendly. Their behavior is meant “for the best,” or at least their mistakes are “honest.” Therefore, if an action goes awry, it does not elicit feelings of guilt. Remorse, learning, redoing and improving are possible responses instead. […]

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Success Tips from an Advice Guru

Chicago Tribune | September 2011

Wayne Dyer is someone that many look to for advice. As a bestselling author of more than 30 books and an international speaker, he dishes out words of wisdom to millions. But his life hasn’t been a cakewalk. “When I was young my brother David and I were farmed off to foster homes, and I […]

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Embrace the Challenge in Adversity, says Wayne Dyer

Montreal Gazette | September 2011

If thoughts can perform miracles, then after suffering a heart attack, painful divorce and more recently, leukemia, it might be said that Wayne Dyer’s theories aren’t working for him. Naturally, the guru of positive thinking has a more upbeat view. “Adversities are things to be grateful for; that’s what I’ve learned,” Dyer, 71, says. “If […]

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The Wisdom of Wayne Dyer

Elevated Existence | December 2011

If you ask a person who is passionate about spiritual and self-improvement topics to name some of their favorite authors, odds are the name Dr. Wayne Dyer would fall near the top of the list. Many discovered him on a public broadcasting station (PBS) while flipping through the television channels, while others may have found […]

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How Life Looks When I Am Inspired

Excerpt from Inspiration: Your Ultimate Calling

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer | Hay House, Inc. | June 2007

In this final chapter of Inspiration: Your Ultimate Calling, I offer my own very personal view on how the world looks when I feel inspired: I’d like to acknowledge right from the outset that I don’t live at this level of being in-Spirit 100 percent of the time—like most everyone else, I occasionally have lapses […]

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