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- File size : 12091 KB
- Publication date : February 25, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 387 pages
- Publisher : Hay House Inc. (February 25, 2014)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B00F8KX7I4
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- Best Sellers Rank: #308,738 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Twenty years ago I didn't much care for Dr. Dyer. But as he reached the end of his life, his ego seemed to diminish and he came into even greater wisdom. This book, along with The Shift, have become my two favorite books of his. They are written from a personal place, but they are not about him as a person. They are about him as a spiritual being figuring out what it means to be human, and sharing whatever wisdom he can to bring you to a place where you see yourself clearly.
Good story-telling. Easily digestible spiritual lessons.
Dr. Dyer's always been a great archivist of other people's original thoughts, which, in itself, is a great service. You can read his other books and learn about many of the great thinkers and artists that influenced his work. This book is his own life, which wasn't uninteresting, it just didn't have the same influence or make me think differently about anything. Truthfully, I got tired of the self congratulatory attitude in the book.
His journey from suggesting psychological tools to change one's life to encouraging us to embrace the spiritual and mystic is a trip worth taking with Wayne by your side. He will be deeply missed. So grateful that he wrote this book toward the end of his life and we have it to treasure.
Later in the 80s, I anxiously awaited new books by Dyer since I had been so impressed by the first three books. But I found they did not do so much for me. It seemed that there was not that much new material. I did like _What Do You Really Want for Your Children_, and gave that book to a young parent I knew. But the other books were disappointing to me. Then in the early 90's, Wayne Dyer started writing books on spiritual stuff. These did not particularly resonate with me, and I basically wrote off Dyer as an author at that point. Later in the 90's, I did develop more spiritual interests, but I found books by Deepak Chopra to be more meaningful to me.
Earlier this year, I ran across some videos by Dyer on Youtube and watched a couple of them out of curiosity. These had more "nuts and bolts" applications to them (like his early books), and at this point in my life the spiritual part also meant more to me. So I bought a few of his recent books. When I saw he had a book that was basically an autobiography, I knew I wanted to read it.
This book did satisfy my curiosity about the events in the life of a person who had been so important in my development. I don't give it 5 stars, because it is mainly of interest I think to those who know Dyer well and are curious as to his experiences. Those looking for something to apply in their lives would be better served by reading one of his other recent books, for example, _The Power of Intention_ or _Excuses Be Gone_. But _I Can See Clearly Now_ is well written, and should be interesting to any long-term Dyer fan.
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A great shame as I really enjoyed his early work and life experiences. His logical outlook based on psychology was very informative and interesting. But I can see clearly now that when he found God and religion to explain much of his early work that is when this book really lost its appeal for me. Too much effort and time was used to find the god within in his case. It all became a bit too ego driven as he seemed to have lost his path in life.
There are some great experiences and words of advice in this book and i'll definitely be reading 'Your Erroneous Zones' and What Do You Really Want For Your Children?
But none of the spiritual stuff that he went on to write later.
Nonetheless....a very good read but happy to get to the end of it.
This book shows us how Dyer follows his path, how he understands the stepping stones that led him to where he needed to be in his life. I think this book is a must-read for anyone who feels at a loss in their own world, or resassurance that they should follow their own destiny.