Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, you were one of the most beautiful, most humble and most authentic people that ever walked on this Earth. And I learned so much from you. You taught me how to be humble, how to live in love and truth, and how to always honor who I truly am underneath it all. You taught me how to better than I used to be and I will always be thankful for this.
Thank you for sharing your love, your knowledge and your wisdom with all of us. The world was, is and will be a better place just because you have lived. You will be missed.
Rest in Peace Wayne!
Some of the most powerful and life changing lessons I have learned so far came from this great man, Wayne Dyer and today I would like to share 15 of these lessons with you. The lessons are in no particular order as all of them are equally important to me
1. Cooperation is healthier than competition
Work on improving your own person and be so busy with doing so that you don’t have time to compare and compete with others. We are all in this together and this sense of separation will only weaken us all creating more pain and suffering.
If you’re always in a hurry, always trying to get ahead of the other guy, or someone else’s performance is what motivates you, then that person is in control of you. ~ Wayne Dyer
2. If you love people you don’t try to change them
When you love somebody you love them for what they are not for what you want them to be, without imposing your will and without constantly trying to change them.
“Love is the ability and willingness to allow those that you care for to be what they choose for themselves without any insistence that they satisfy you.” ~ Wayne Dyer
3. Ignorance is not bliss
Allow yourself to expand your mind a little more day by day, give up labels and you will be happier. If you constantly say NO to “strange” ideas, things, events, people, how can you expect to progress through life? Try new things, if it makes your life better stick to it and if it doesn’t let it go, It’s that simple.
“The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.” ~ Wayne Dyer
4. You are not a victim of the world
When you affirm thing like, You make me mad, this situation is upsetting me, I can’t believe you are treating me this way, etc., you start playing the victim game. Take responsibility for your own thoughts, your own feelings and actions and by doing so you will no longer give your power away to forces outside yourself. When something negative wil come your way, you will pause and instead of reacting you will RESPOND, to everything and everyone. You will no longer be a victim but rather a person who is aware of his/her inner strength and power.
“How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.” ~ Wayne Dyer
5. You find yourself in solitude
If you are comfortable in your own skin and if you really love your own person, you will not be afraid to spend some time alone. You will enjoy the time you spend alone as much as you do when you are surrounded by the people you love dearly.
“You cannot be lonely if you like the person you’re alone with.” ~ Wayne Dyer
6. Rejection makes you stronger
If you trust and listen to your own heart and intuition, you will always know where to go and what to do with your life. No matter how many doors will close on your face, you will not give up and you will allow rejection to make you stronger and better but not bitter.