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I Can See Clearly Now
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I Can See Clearly Now [Format Kindle]

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
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For many years, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s fans have wondered when he would write a memoir. Well, after four decades as a teacher of self-empowerment and the best-selling author of more than 40 books, Wayne has finally done just that! However, he has written it in a way that only he can—with a remarkable take-home message for his longtime followers and new readers alike—and the result is an exciting new twist on the old format. Rather than a plain old memoir, Wayne has gathered together quantum-moment recollections.

In this revealing and engaging book, Wayne shares dozens of events from his life, from the time he was a little boy in Detroit up to present day. In unflinching detail, he relates his vivid impressions of encountering many forks in the road, taking readers with him into these formative experiences. Yet then he views the events from his current perspective, noting what lessons he ultimately learned, as well as how he has made the resulting wisdom available to millions via his lifelong dedication to service.

As a reader, you will feel as if you are right there with Wayne, perusing his personal photo album and hearing about his family, his time in the service, how he writes his best-selling books, and so much more. In the process, you’ll be inspired to look back at your own life to see how everything you have experienced has led you to where you are right now.

Wayne has discovered that there are no accidents. Although we may not be aware of who or what is “moving the checkers,” life has a purpose, and each step of our journey has something to teach us. As he says, “I wasn’t aware of all of the future implications that these early experiences were to offer me. Now, from a position of being able to see much more clearly, I know that every single encounter, every challenge, and every situation are all spectacular threads in the tapestry that represents and defines my life, and I am deeply grateful for all of it.”

I Can See Clearly Now is an intimate look at an amazing teacher, but it also holds the key for seekers on a personal path of enlightenment. Wayne offers up 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.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 11653 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 389 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1401944035
  • Editeur : Hay House, Inc. (25 février 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00F8KX7I4
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 en francais? 27 avril 2014
Par nath
j'ai hâte qu'il sorte en français, si vous avez une date, j'en serais ravie et je le commanderais de suite!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A gift for the reader 19 février 2014
Par Marcus Anthony - Publié sur Amazon.com
"I Can See Clearly Now" is a wonderful memoir which means a lot to me personally. It's a little hefty at nearly 400 pages, but I read it in quick time. It's a real page turner, and almost every page has at least one piece of great wisdom or insight.

I almost feel a little embarrassed at writing this review, as I have not read a Wayne Dyer book for well over a decade. Yet it was Wayne Dyer who first opened my eyes to a greater spiritual intention in the world when I picked up his book "You'll See It When You Believe It" in 1992. That was at the local newsagent in a tiny town in outback Australia.

As Dyer writes, that older book was really the first volume he penned with a deep spiritual thrust. Before then he had primarily been writing popular psychology in the human potential genre. I remember the great excitement I felt all those years ago when I saw that book on the shelf; and I got exactly the same sense of excitement when I picked up "I Can See Clearly Now". I bought it based purely on that intuition. And I am sure glad I did.

"I Can See Clearly Now" proceeds in chronological order, detailing Wayne Dyer's life from his early childhood as an orphan, formative adolescent experiences, life in the navy and then as a student and professor. At the age of 36 Dyer had his first success with "Your Erroneous Zones" and this was followed by another forty books. The narrative outlined in "I Can See Clearly Now" traces Dyer's experiences in writing many of his books, because they tended to mirror changes in his own life experience and philosophy.

"I Can See Clearly Now" is written in first person present tense, which is a little unsettling at first. But I soon got used to this style. After each account of an important life phase or experience, there is a reflective section entitled "I can see clearly now", where Dyer explains the significance of the events. Dyer explains frequently that he has been on an extended "ascended masters" programme; that his life has been the universe's way of helping him develop as a spiritual being. His motivation is to share this understanding with the reader, because he believes that to become a self-actualised human being is our birthright. It is not merely something for the spiritually gifted.

What I particularly like about this book is that it details many of the challenging times Dyer has gone through and the key decisions that he has had to make throughout his life. He is able to clarify how the tough times and difficult situations he has faced - such as separating from his wife, choosing to quit jobs, developing leukaemia and so on - have ultimately aided his spiritual evolution. He shares with the reader how to turn such difficulties into soul-strengthening experiences.

Perhaps the main value I got from reading "I Can See Clearly Now" is that it elucidates the entire concept of "manifestation" (the law of attraction, if you like). Through his own ego falls Wayne Dyer has come to realise that we don't simply attract what we want - it is more accurate to say that we attract what we are. So when our intentions are aligned with the soul, and we move confidently in the direction of actualising our soul's desires, then we can indeed "manifest" our desires in this world.

It's a point I have often made in my own writings. And it’s important because an overly self-focused approach to manifestation may not serve the soul, nor the world. Wayne Dyer is careful to point this out. He is mindful to emphasise that the movement towards a genuine spiritual path is less about fulfilling the ego's wants, and more about being of service to the world and to others. In my own journey I have often made the mistake too; and the result of being too self-focused regarding spiritual development is, ironically, that it creates suffering and retards spiritual unfolding.

"I Can See Clearly Now" is a little scant on Dyer's personal relationships, instead focussing upon his work. It reveals a deeply driven man with an unwavering sense of purpose and commitment to fulfil his "destiny". Although he goes into some depth about his absent father and the profound scar it left within him, we don't really see too much of the issues Dyer has faced with others. For example, mentions his breakup with his wife only in passing, and gives no details or reasons for the separation (elsewhere he has revealed more). Instead, he talks about the deep depression the breakup left.

But this is Dyer's call. Some autobiographers like to confess all in public. Wayne Dyer is honest about his shortcomings, but does not focus upon them.

This memoir shows us very clearly that Wayne Dyer is much more than a man of words, much more than a philosopher or mystic. He is a man of action and courage. "I Can See Clearly Now" reveals that each time in his life that he has been presented with a clarity of vision and purpose, he has stepped forward to take clear and deliberate action.

When Dyer wrote his first book he did not merely wait around for it to be successful. He quit his job as a professor, got off his backside, loaded his car with books and did a national tour - all at his own expense. He visited book shops and made sure his book was widely available, and engaged in countless media appearances. Likewise, when he began to develop his PBS TV specials he took massive action, visiting almost every other PBS station to promote his ideas and raise money.

I hope many other readers pick up this important point about the requirement to take courageous action, because more than anything else, I believe that a failure to take decisive action is why so many "new agers" fail to actualise their vision. They simply lack the courage and strong intention to move out into the world to do what is required to turn their dreams into reality.

This autobiography on the other hand shows that Dyer typically acts as soon as he feels the excitement of spiritual guidance; and this is what makes him a great man.

Wayne Dyer's life is therefore a wonderful role model for spiritual folk who wish to make a positive impact on the world. You should read this book for that reason alone.

By now you might have worked out why I said that this book means a lot to me. It has made me reflect a great deal on my own life and the way I have attempted to apply the same ideas and values that Wayne Dyer talks about. It has helped me to clarify in my own mind some of the strengths and limitations of my approach. At times I have lacked the courage to be as decisive as Wayne Dyer. I have not followed through with some things that I should have.

But reading this book has inspired me to revisit some of those visions and actualise them while applying some of the ideas, tools and attitudes outlined in the text. Finally, "I Can See Clearly Now" has reignited the spark of possibility that I can learn to trust life at a deeper level. Again.

For these things I feel grateful to the author.

I believe that any reader who buys this book will benefit from knowing how Wayne Dyer has turned dream into reality.

I highly recommend "I Can See Clearly Now". It just might be a life changer for you.

Marcus T Anthony (PhD), author of "Discover Your Soul Template".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Best Wayne Dyer Book EVER!!! 7 février 2014
Par Cease and Desist with the Experiment - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am a huge fan of Wayne Dyer's and love his PBS specials. However, when I would get the accompanying books, they'd be rather dry and didn't display quite the same charisma and enthusiasm as the PBS specials. Those specials drew me in form start to finish. There are quite a few books of Wayne's that I am still in the beginning chapters of because they weren't captivating like his specials (in my humble opinion).

I Can See Clearly Now is one his best books ever! His stories are engaging, thought provoking and deeply touching.

This book is a real page turner. I feel blessed to hear more of his personal stories in great detail. Being part African American, I loved the story about him and his friend going into a racist diner. He did not see color and was quite jarred when the diner refused service. He's one of those men that you want to know more about. I'm thrilled that we fans get to know more about his life and what events and thought patterns shaped him to be who he is today.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Wayne Dyer Book I've Been Waiting For 22 février 2014
Par James Altucher - Publié sur Amazon.com
First, I have to admit I got a copy a few weeks ago so I could prepare for a podcast I did with Dr. Dyer about his excellent book.

That said, this could be my favorite of his books and the bar was set pretty high already. I've read many of his 40 or so books from "Your Erroneous Zones" to "Wishes Fulfilled" and many in between.

Wayne Dyer has an amazing ability to take 100s of spiritual texts, written from many different disciplines and periods in history, all the way up to contemporary times, and translate them to the modern age. To help people right now deal with the issues they might be facing with jobs, relationships, life, meaning, purpose. Everything is ultimately a spiritual problem.

This ability has been so unique and powerful as to have helped Wayne sells perhaps 100s of millions of his books and teach many people how to live more self-reliant and fulfilling lives. But I always wanted to learn more about the man himself and how his career developed.

In his prior books, Dyer has taken these many messages and often interwoven bits and pieces of his personal story in there to show how he manifested self-reliance in his own life and how how that ultimately transformed into a message that became more and more spiritual as his writing evolved.

But in, "I Can See Clearly Now" he takes a much more autobiographical bent. Each chapter is a story describing situations from his past, Often very traumatic or, at least, upsetting situations and then he has his "I Can See Clearly Now" moment where he describes what he learned. In all the books I had read previously I had never learned so much about him.

By the time I finished reading the book I had the sense that every moment in MY life has lessons in it if I listen to them and look for them. Every moment can have coincidences and can be the beginnings of a much greater journey if I reflect on them and use them as positive impetuses to move forward in life.

The book is not just autobiography as a recounting of events but gives a clear method of how to take the highs and lows in life and really learn from them to propel you to a higher state of learning and reflection.

One by one he describes the events in his life that kept pushing him forward and how each one took him to a new stage (or even adventure) on his journey. We follow with him and there's a strong sense of, "I can have a strong journey in life" if I also learn to "see clearly" how everything that happens is meant to teach us. More than an autobiography, the book was a guide and that's how I intend to use it.

We spent an hour talking about the book and afterwards the audio engineer called me up and said, "That was amazing! My life just completely changed." That's how powerful the message in this book is.

At one point, Wayne said to me, "The book is not an autobiography. I'm too young for that!" He's 73 and you can tell he has many more books to go but this one is a must-read.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 I Can See Clearly There is Nothing New 4 mars 2014
Par Mr. Allnut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I am a Dyer fan and this is not a bad book. The problem is, for anyone exposed to Dyer, it is not a new book either. My complaint with Dyer over the last decade or so is his works are just old subjects repackaged. I can see clearly this book has nothing new and suffers the same fate.

Now, that said, this has to one of his best written repackages in years. The subjects and stories are old and if you are a Dyer fan have heard them in some form or fashion before, but the presentation is fresh and well done. Solid writing and interesting story telling make a long read go quickly, although I only got half way before I said enough is enough.

A true Dyer fan may still enjoy this book, but for me it was been there done that.

If your new to Dyer, then this may not be a bad book, it could be a great book.

I guess Dyer is at the point in his career where there really is nothing new. That's okay, I just wish he would quit passing it off as it were.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A book of bragging... 28 mars 2014
Par Pamela Marrs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Some good thoughts but way to many pats on his own back. After every idea that could be useful he seems driven to say that his doing it was the best that had ever been done. His PBS presentations, I will paraphrase, "brought in more than he or PBS had even hoped for.".... He spoke of how his good deeds caused so many to be grateful to him. He believed he transformed into St. Francs as he spoke to many. He said that it was important not to have ego about things, and yet he seemed to be exhibiting lots of ego when he spoke of how wonderful he was. Also the book seemed never ending. At the end of each chapter it would seem like I would believe that was the end of the book.....then another continuing chapter would appear. I would not recommend this book unless you trulywant to hear him say how "selfless" he thinks he is.
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