During his lifetime, Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., a renowned speaker and author in the field of self-development, cured himself of leukemia through proper thinking and meditation.
Dyer first published Your Erroneous Zones in 1990. It was one of the all-time best sellers with over six million copies in print. He authored over 30 books, created numerous audio programs and videos, appeared on thousands of television and radio shows and more. Could such success be partly due to the confidence, comfort and natural trust he nurtured with meditation all these years? He recalls in his blog:
When you trust yourself to decide your destiny, you don’t allow externals to discourage or influence you. You have faith, and faith is attained through complete trust and confidence in the power of the one universal mind, which you are inextricably a part of. It is the God-realized you that placed the thoughts and feelings that represent your destiny into your mind and body.
One of the reasons I’m able to write about the hidden power of manifestation buried deep within each of us is that during childhood I unconsciously practiced these ideas while in foster homes—and they simply became a part of who I am. Throughout my life I’ve been labeled “stubborn,” “obsessive,” “headstrong,” and “unyielding” when it comes to what I have in my imagination and seeing it become my physical reality.
In his original book, Dyer taught that we need not be the victim of our cultural background, family dynamics, genetic tendencies or any Belief Systems (acronym BS). Twenty plus years later, with an even greater mastery of the subject, he gave us Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting. In this masterpiece, he showed us how to use meditation as a tool for circumventing those issues and manifesting what our heart desires.
In I Can See Clearly Now, published in February 2014, Dyer reveals many of the private challenges behind his public success. He uses his own life as an example of how we can all recognize the hand of the Divine steering our individual courses, helping us accomplish the mission we came here to fulfill.
“There are no wrong roads taken to anywhere; there are no accidents. As we go along there are course corrections that we can make, and every experience that we have in our life is there to teach us something . . .” — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer passed away in his sleep on August 29, 2015.