Your Sacred Self: Making the Decision to Be Free

Your Sacred Self: Making the Decision to Be Free

by Wayne W. Dyer
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Your Sacred Self: Making the Decision to Be Free 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book several years ago, and yet I have probably read more than 20 times since then. I plan on reading it over and over because there is so much wisdom contained in it that you need to go line by line and digest it all. The ideas that Dr.Dwyer presents are new and exciting. If everyone could read this book and understand it, what a better world this could be! I only wish that I could meet this wonderful man and thank him personally for all that he has done to better my life!
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Offers great insight and answers many questions, poses more and answers them as well. Quite a map for a spiritual journey.
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Having been brought up in the Hindu tradition and having extensively studied the Vedanta philosophy that originated in ancient India, I find the material in this book and other books of Dr. Dyer strikingly familiar. Dr. Dyer includes numerous insights and wisdom from not only the Vedanta scriptures, such as the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad-Gita, and Patnjali¿s Yoga¿Sutra, but also from Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, and other faiths. It¿s refreshing to notice that over the thirty-five or so years since his first book 'Your Erroneous Zones' was published, Dr. Dyer seems to have slowly moved from psychotherapy to spirituality. In my opinion, Western psychology and psychotherapy, whatever their brands, do not fully know yet, or recognize the impact of spirit over matter. Vedanta has taught me to minimize the attachment of ego and body¿consciousness, and individualization that are the source of all problems in one¿s life. The moment we make pleasure the primary objective of life, tension is created. The mind is stimulated by desire for more and more. In today¿s global world satiated by unchecked consumerism, most of us have forgotten the fundamental difference between the 'good life' and 'goods life'. In this, and other books, Dr. Dyer skillfully and lucidly explains Divinity and the Self behind our body-mind complex, and attempts to bridge the gap between the ancient wisdom and the modern psychology. In particular, I liked Dr. Dyer¿s detailed explanation and practical suggestions on how to cultivate the witness, and to get rid of the ego, which all Vedanta scriptures have branded as the prime culprit for creating all problems in the world. Finally, one comment: after reading Dr. Dyer¿s five books including this book 'the other four were: Your Erroneous Zones, Manifesting your Destiny, The Power of Intention, 10 Secrets of Success and Inner Peace', I have started finding repetitious material in them. Needless to say, therefore, I will stop reading any other Dr. Dyer¿s book. These five books have enough material and practical suggestions, which if followed and practiced sincerely, can completely change one¿s life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book further inspired me to become even more aware of how my ego was running or ruining my life (it wasn't doing a good job by the way). Making the conscious effort to let my higher spirit rule provided me with such a sense of calm, of arriving. I just finished the book and will read it again. I'm sure there are things I missed that will be important in my being one with my soul.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the second book that I have read by Dr. Wayne Dyer, and I hope to read more in the future. His words are filled with so much love and compassion that one cannot help but fall in love with the book. He refers to many other publications or sources in his books that can guide the reader further in spiritual growth and awakening.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read most of Dr. Dyer's work and I can tell that the pen that wrote this book was moved by a deep spiritual ambition and pasion to find personal freedom. The reading of this book is an excellent step for those who feel deep inside that they deserve the best of life. It makes you want to know more after you finish reading it.