“That is real which never changes”
~ Lao Tzu
Seek Inner Peace
Wayne Dyer’s “10 Principles for Success and Inner Peace” work explores basic principles for changing one’s outlook on life. The principles for success and inner peace is a simple, honest guide to living happily.
I previously posted all ten principles on my blog. Here is a chance to discover them all from a single list that links to each of the posts. Originally, each post features Dr. Dyers video. Most were since removed from YouTube, but I replaced the missing video with quality, and suitable, other training videos.
We are all “works in progress” we may say. Sometime, we get caught up in the past only to feel there is too little or no energy to live in the present.
The series of lessons is designed to help us move away from the dominance of the past (problems) into opportunities for higher energy and creativity that stem from deepest wisdom and truth (solutions). Understanding of wisdom and truth then is expanding. Your truth is expanding… as you move into the flow of your higher-self truth (living in your solution).
10 Principles for Success and Inner Peace
Abridged audio book:
Breaking it down . . .
unfortunately, Wayne Dyer video content for my links is removed at YouTube... I did my best to insert suitable substitutes ...
#1 Have a Mind That Is Open to Everything and Attached to Nothing
An open mind allows you to explore and create and grow. In all of your relationships, if you can love someone enough to allow them to be exactly what they choose to be without any expectations or attachments from you, you’ll know true peace in your lifetime.
#2 You can’t give away what you don’t have
Think of the people you know who give love in response to negative energy that’s directed their way. If what you give is self-respect and self-love, the universe will return the love and respect you’ve been radiating. It’s really so simple.
#3 There Are No Justified Resentments
Be willing to send the higher, faster energies of love, peace, joy, forgiveness, and kindness as your response to whatever comes your way… readily offering forgiveness.
#4 Don’t die with your music still in you
Find your passion and follow it even if it means marching to your own drumbeat when it’s different from what everyone else or society says you should be doing.
#5 Embrace Silence
There’s a momentary silence in the space between your thoughts that you can become aware of with practice. In this silent space, you’ll find the peace that you crave in your daily life.
The Coming of the Kingdom – Luke 17:20-21, KJV
“And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.”
#6 Give Up Your Personal History
Your past is over! When you’re at peace, you radiate a different kind of energy than when you’re stressed or depressed. Your mediation practice keeps building immunity. The more you achieve peacefulness through meditation, the more your peaceful state impacts those around you.
#7 You Can’t Solve a Problem with the Same Mind That Created It
In order to solve relationship problems, you need to adopt a different mindset by questioning the negative thought(s) and replacing them with positive ones that are as or more true.
#8 Treat Yourself As If You Already Were What You’d Like to Become
The more you see yourself as what you’d like to become, the more inspired you are . . . you discover that you’re a greater person than you ever dreamed yourself to be . . . dormant forces that were dead or nonexistent, springing into being and collaborating with you as a result of your becoming inspired and acting as if what you want is already here!
#9 Treasure Your Divinity
There is no place that God is not. You are energized by the divine intelligence that supports everything and everyone on this planet.
10 Wisdom Is Avoiding All Thoughts Which Weaken You
Authentic wisdom is the ability to monitor yourself at all times to determine your relative state of weakness or strength, and to shift out of those thoughts that weaken you.
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Apr 23, 2014.