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Nice read but...
on April 28, 2012
The first time I read a book by Wayne Dyer was in the early 80`s and it was Your Erroneous Zones, which I found very helpful as I was dealing with the anxiety teenagers feel as they grow up. Little did I know that 30 years later I`d be reading this one. I did not know that the author had ended up embracing New Thought philosophy until I saw him on PBS. The book in itself has no new content except a new way of presenting it and making it more digestible. The book has a chapter on his visits to sanctuaries with virgins, healers and so forth; that chapter does not seem to fit in the book, in my opinion it represents the traditional belief system that many New Thought followers have left behind. Other than that it's an interesting book.