Post your reply to this thread if you'd like to share your thoughts, opinions or questions about Wayne Dyer's You'll See It When You Believe It book that he wrote in 1989. It took me a decade to revisit this book before I was able to fully appreciate his thoughts. Your thoughts?
Wayne tells us that we are whole and complete. We are not going to get "it all" because we are "it all" right now. And then he says that if we are not enjoying life right now - with all that we have gathered - we will not enjoy life if we believe we have more. And then he says that "nothing outside of ourselves has the power to bestow happiness or fulfillment on us." Now if we take that and believe it, why are we still out there wanting more and more and not content with what we have or where we are? Happiness is a gift from God and it comes from within. What ego offers us as happiness is so short lived, we know it is simply a ploy to get us to continue chasing our own tail in a circle. Do you ever tire of chasing yourself and never experiencing peace and happiness? Is what you think you see outside of you really a source of eternal happiness?
Namaste - Ron