Dyer and Chopra begin by teaching you how to reduce the time between when you decide what you really, really, really, really want, and when it actually manifests. These two thinkers go on to contemplate the wisdom of the ages, the legacy of humanity's great poets, philosophers, and spiritual teachers.
Dyer and Chopra then discuss seven steps to help you get in touch with this mystical, cosmic consciousness. By experiencing each of these steps, you can achieve everything you've ever dreamed of.
©1998 Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra; © and (P)1998 Hay House, Inc.
This is not an audion book but rather audio recording of various seminars/presentations of Dyer and Chopra. The overall audio quality is extremely poor, the background noise by listeners, applause etc. spoils the listening experience.
If you want to hear 2 of the most influential thinkers and writers of our time speak on a topic they're passionate and knowledgeable about, this is a worthwhile listen. There are a lot of people writing about this topic; here you get all you need to know in order to improve your life.
"A waste of time and money"
This is a compliation of taped lectures given at various times. In several cases the portions of taped message is an exact repeat of what was said previously. Also, it does not follow any type of logical sequence and it seems as if it is a flow of consciousness approach to what Wanye Dyer feels the way the world should be instead of helping you create your world. Too much philosophical pinings and not much in the way of actual tools. I feel like I wasted my time and my money.
"inspirational but not instructional"
Nice tape but it was more inspirational then "how to". It was like saying: 'Boston is where you really need to be. Being in Boston will help you achieve what you want. Boston is a great place. How do you get to Boston? Drive. But Boston is really where you need to be. Boston is great........'
"Duplicate with different title"
There is absolutely no difference between this and the power of intention & how to get what you really really really really want. Why would wayne make me waste my money and time to listen to the same jokes and same lecture... It's like they took these 2 books and made this lecture. I don't mean similar, I mean the exact same thing.... aaaaaaaaaaargh!!!! This is really messed up. Not nice at all!!!!
"Inspiring and Entertaining"
First, skip the first 10 minutes - that's Dr. Dyer's very dry preamble. I almost didn't listen, but decided to keep going and give up my judgment.I'm so glad I did!The book is inspiring way beyond the 'think positive' and 'be positive' mantras, to the far-reaching implications we can have with our thoughts and behavior. The most subtle energies have the most power: the most destructive weapons are created from the smallest particles. The subtle energies we can affect have the most power to change the world and our own personal lives for the better. Both Dr. Dyer and Chopra relate personal anecdotes that reveal their own humanity, and entertain, such as when Dr. Dyer's daughter taunts him with , "Where's Mr. Positive now?" in retort to a family situation we all have dealt with.The rapport and love between the 2 authors in palpable, and there is not a pretentious bone in their bodies.I was sad when I finished listening and was ready for more. I'll give it another listen or look for more from these authors.remember - skip the first 10 mins. or just know the book gets 1000% better afterward. Don't miss this book.
"Same as every Dyer book"
Deepak Chopra is my favorite author - and what a waste when he's with Wayne Dyer! Is Chopra is doing Dyer a personal favor by co-authoring with him? Most of what Dyer has to say is to plug his own other works, tell us name-dropping stories about his life, and fawn over Chopra (who wouldn't?! but that's not what I bought the book for...)the actual "what to do and why" is all Chopra's - I'll just buy his sole authored ones from now on.
These two are magical together. The calming peace of Chopra's voice, and the fun of Dyer's stories, it is very worthwhile. This is a program to raise your virbrations!
"not enough Chopra!"
This audio is promoted as a dialogue - It's not, though! Wayne Dwyer monopolises the content, is repetitive and self-promoting. And the prologue is long, boring, AND repeated in the content. When Deepak does get to speak, Wayne recaptures centre stage very quickly. In future I will only purchase the books the Deepak Chopra authors alone. He has a great deal more to offer.
This book has really irritated me, but I gave it 2 stars because some of the content is very thought provoking.
This audio book is filled with quotes and insights from many authors, poets, and historical figures. It is easy to listen to and has many tools that I was able start using right away. I believe that this is a must for anyone who is open to personal growth.
The highlight of this audio book is the audience fawning over the speakers. They seem to enjoy the reception and play to it. Very little substance and not worth the time.
"Deepak and Wayne hit another Homerun"
Some of the info presented is repeated from others works but as a whole it is very enjoyable listening. Something that you can easily start and stop. Recommend
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