Real Magic: Creating Miracles in Everyday Life

Real Magic: Creating Miracles in Everyday Life

by Wayne W. Dyer
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Real Magic: Creating Miracles in Everyday Life 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
jusjudy More than 1 year ago
Although there are many typos in the Nook version of Dr Dyers book, if you can get passed those, highlight them, and guess at what the actual word should have been, the reader will be delighted at the content. Dr Dyer is an excellent teacher and Real Magic is probably my favorite of his books to this point.
Alquimia9 More than 1 year ago
One of the best books I read in my entire life. Bring to your home library this powerful tool of inspiration. For every time you open it you will encounter guidance through a story, a catching phrase or Dyer¿s masterful words to help you see clearly the wizard in you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dyer's theme for this book is self awareness and how to produce miracles with the power of thought. We ourselves are miracles. He reminds us of who we are and covers every aspect of life that affects us including the discovery of our purpose in being here. Dyer has a magic way of awakening the spirit. Trish New, author of The Thrill of Hope, South State Street Journal, and Memory Flatlined.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I recently picked up my first Dyer material, the audio 'Meditations for Manifestation.' Since that time, I've not been able to get my hands and eyes on enough Dyer material. I'm now on REAL MAGIC, and I am thoroughly enjoying it. I find it very sensible, yet it inspires me to seek a more spiritual walk. While a previous reveiwer sees the section on 'spiritual vs non-spiritual' as 'us vs them,' I read as 'me vs me.' That is to say, I see the physical Me who is often in control, compared to the spiritual me, who I would like to have guiding my life consistently. I believe Dr. Dyer gives excellent suggestion about how to get from the valleys of life to the mountain tops. I can hardly wait to finish this book and start on the next one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book came to me out of the karmic blue. I read a prior book of Wayne Dyer and found him to be motivational in rethinking the way I think. As I move with purpose into a more spiritual way of living,which is life style choice, this book found me. As a person working through recovery, changing from a mental mind set of scarcity, transforming into abundance in every nook and cranny of my life, I love this book! In the past, I never thought about how my mind affected my life. My accomplishments to-date were more of a outcome of my energies. Real Magic speaks to the process of transformation on a very practical-spiritual level. This is especially important for those of us, myself included, who come from wounded places, where the mental mind set is negative and dour. Of course, it's the application of Dyer's words that make a difference in the long run. Reading this book helps my focus into myself and the difference my mind can make in my life once I can grasp and tap into the power of my magical visioning in manifesting real miracles. Believe it or not, his spiritual principles are grounded in practiced culturally specific alternative religions - a facuet that fits nicely into my newly expanding lifestyle. I respect everyone's right to their own opinion. Personally, I am recommending this book to those that I love/adore!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Real Magic moves your spirit. Wayne Dyer reminds us who we really are. Each story will inspire you to live your life in soul. This book is healing for those who have forgot their true nature, and it is very supportive to those who are already aware they are on the path of spirit.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I read this book I thought it was going to be weird, but when I started actually reading it I felt that it was pretty good and that I could read it. I recommend anyone who's thinking to read this book. I am not going to spoil anything, but this book was about Dr. Wayne Dyer telling you what real magic really is. It was about him telling about miracles in your everyday life. He talks about quitting smoking, drinking, and lots of other things. In this book Dr Dyer teaches you how to achieve. He talks about how to achieve in things like losing weight, or a personal relationship. What I am trying to say is that this book is reaaly great for anyone who is strugging in life. Jordan Zegarra
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I listen to this tape constantly , his voice is very soothing and the message is very spritual without being hokey. I have given it as a gift several times and those who listen to it really enjoy it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw Dr. Dyer on PBS and enjoyed him very much so I bought Real Magic. I must say, however, that I was turned off by his list of 'non-spiritual' people, vs the...'spiritual'.' In my limited experience, I recognize 'non-spiritual' types because their bodies start to bloat and stink while their eyes glaze over in an unblinking stare. There is no such thing as a living non-spiritual person, only an unaware one. This division of 'us and them' came across to me as very non-spiritual, if I may be so bold. A person may be having a particularly challenging life. However, next life, they might make us all look pretty stupid. There is no race going on, no ribbons given out for who wins this life or any other. The goal, at least in my opinion, is to start where we are and love ourselves, not be made to feel inferior by the very people who claim to want to help us. I don't think any of us are truely spiritul until we can see the God in everyone, no matter how they speak, what they look like, where they are or what they do. You see, I can be this irreverent because I don't give a rodent's rear how spiritual or nonspiritual others find me. I say Dr. Dyer's spiritual and non-spiritual list is just as prejudical as any other fear-based means of giving people a false sense of security. I thought the book would have been wonderful without the comparisons. If we are what we think then perhaps Dr. Dyer might re-think why he feels compelled to belittle those who have not 'seen the light'. Knowing we are God is a great gift, not a ticket into a elite club.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ca i delete a book
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book opened my eyes and made my life much easier to live day to day. There are miracles everywhere. This book will help you see as well as create miracles in your life.