Sunday, May 20, 2012

Review: Wishes Fulfilled by Wayne Dyer

This book is dedicated to your mastery of the art of realizing all your desires. The greatest gift you have been given is the gift of your imagination. Everything that now exists was once imagined. And everything that will ever exist must first be imagined.

Wishes Fulfilled is designed to take you on a voyage of discovery, wherein you can begin to tap into the amazing manifesting powers that you possess within you and create a life in which all that you imagine for yourself becomes a present fact.

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explores, for the first time, the region of your highest self; and definitively shows you how you can truly change your concept of yourself, embark upon a God-realized way of living, and fulfill the spiritual truth that with God all things are possible—and “all things” means that nothing is left out.

By practicing the specific technique for retraining your subconscious mind, you are encouraged to not only place into your imagination what you would like to manifest for yourself, but you are given the specifics for realigning your life so you can live out your highest calling and stay connected to your Source of being. From the lofty perspective of your highest self, you will learn how to train your imagination in a new way.

Your wishes—all of them—can indeed be fulfilled. By using your imagination and practicing the art of assuming the feeling of your wishes being fulfilled, and steadfastly refusing to allow any evidence of the outer world to distract you from your intentions, you will discover that you, by virtue of your spiritual awareness, possess the ability to become the person you were destined to be.


This book will help you See—with a capital S—that you are divine, and that you already possess an inner, invisible higher self that can and will guide you toward a mastery of the art of manifestation. You can attain this mastery through deliberate conscious control of your imagination! 




Received for review.

I've read most of the author's previous books and when I heard he had a new one coming out I was really excited about it and jumped at the chance to review it.

I actually really enjoyed this and would have rated it a four but for the extensive Christian and bible references in what one would think would be a non-religious book.

That said, the messages presented were the usual post-Secret kind but had the author's particular twist to them.

The part that concerned me was that the author proclaims that his method of positive thinking will heal all ills, however he himself is suffering from a serious disease and his wife left him.  The method just doesn't seem to be working particularly well for him.

In any case, the ideas and methods should provide at least some beneficial results for most readers who apply them.  Of course, not all of us live a life of leisure in Hawaii like the author so they may need to be applied a bit more vigorously for those of us in the real world.

Fans of the author should find this an intriguing addition to their libraries and Secret fans should find familiar themes.

★★☆☆ = Liked It



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