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Greetings fellow connectors

Anonymous

11-09-2004 09:25:44

Greetings,

I just found this wonderful forum yesterday after searching for Wayne Dyer groups for the last couple days. Seemed unable to find a site like this and considered creating one. Very glad I don't have to do that now.

I would have been here sooner had a I realized this site is listened in Wayne Dyer's latest book "The Power of Intention". This makes me laugh just thinking about something is as simple as this.

I have only been a connector for just under a year now. My life was out of control. I was working a job I hated because I had to lie to customers to keep my job. Just one day I at work I realized this is not who I am, I cherish honesty and integrity dearly. I knew something had to change.

My intention changed with me realizing what I had done by speaking this simple little phrase " There has to be more to life than this or I don't want it anymore."

My emotion behind this phrase was intense,passionate and very,very desperate. This is where I was grab by the Spirit and began my life gain new.

Things have been getting better all the time. I have such gratitude for Dr. Dyer's work and how it has profoundly transformed my life by giving me the tools I asked for by saying that simple phrase.

I was given several audio teachings which I enjoyed like a child on the morning of Christmas. This was followed by checking out his books from my local library. I was and am still so hungry for everything.

I began to build a foundation to create my life all over the way I desire it and not the way my family,friends or religion dictate I should be.

For those that are struggling with their lives remember Rule No. 6. I had to surrender my life several hundred times a day. I was changed from the most negative, angry man to the most positive,patient,loving and compassionate man. My wife will testify to my wonderful transformation.

It is possible to wake up in a blissful state and go to sleep in a blissful state. Don't give up, when things seem the hardest I have found personally that my answer is just around the corner.

I look forward to giving and receiving here and making new friends. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Eric R. Clark

chris knight

11-09-2004 10:43:54

Eric,

Welcome to the discussion! Glad you found us.

...Also, cool AVATAR. 8)

Illinois, eh? You're just South of me as I live in Silicon Cheese Valley, Wisconsin. wink

Anyway, looking forward to seeing your thoughts in the various threads.

If you or anyone else has any suggestions for how this board could be improved, please use the COMMENTS & SUGGESTIONS thread in the main index. I'm always looking for ways to improve this discussion.

Anonymous

11-09-2004 16:40:03

Chris,

Thank you. I need to check my spelling better and to make sure spell check just doesn't decide to fix a word that it is not.

I thought I saw this web site listed in the latest book by Dr. Dyer but have not been able to find it again. I apologize to everyone for my error.

Chris I love Wisconsin, I used to drive a semi all over the U.S. before an injury kept me from it. I did have the pleasure of spending a lot of time in Wisconsin meeting wonderful people and eating the best cheese anywhere in the world. I wanted to by a cheese head but was denied by my beautiful wife. I'm not a Packer's fan but I think the cheese heads are cool. Not sure I would want to actually be seen in public with it.

I live in the country 25 miles SW of Peoria, IL. Do you spend a lot of time in Green Bay? One of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen.

Thank you for you warm welcome.

Sincerely,
Eric R. Clark

P.S. Have you ever been hit or delayed by the big orange trucks? LOL.

chris knight

11-09-2004 16:54:41

Do you spend a lot of time in Green Bay? One of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen.

P.S. Have you ever been hit or delayed by the big orange trucks? LOL.

Eric,

I live in Depere, which is a suburb of Green Bay...so I live only a few miles from Green Bay.

Funny you mention the organge trucks. I was just there at Schneider National this morning for a charity 20k bike race
http://www.inspiresyou.com/images/schneider-run.jpg

Here's me getting ready for the bike race (Schneider building in the background)
http://www.inspiresyou.com/images/sni-cmk.jpg

I came in at 4730 for the 20K bike race. Averaged about 3.9 minute/mile which is a good pace considering I was using a mountain bike for the fun run. 8)

We collectively raised $15K for the Literacy Council of Brown County, a non-profit organization that provides instructional opportunities for adults and families who want to learn to read, write and speak English.

I've driven cross-country and the orange rigs drive as slow as they do here in Green Bay (so many of them in training all the time) as they do everywhere else in the country.

I'd admit that I'm also a Packers fan, but not a football fan in general. Racquetball is my game. 8)

Anonymous

11-09-2004 17:12:47

Hi Chris,

I mentioned the orange trucks because I learned how to drive from them. I spent 2 wonderful weeks in Green Bay and have been back many times for things since then.

I was always amazed at the amount of patience you all show toward those students driving those big trucks. I say patience because I met quite of few natives who were all wonderful people.

Those trucks are set to 63 mph for fuel efficiency and safety. I loved driving all over our beautiful nation meeting people. I injured my back and could no longer drive. I am happy and content doing what I love to do.

That is great to hear about the bike race. I love biking, running, and hiking oh yeah swimming to. I intend to someday race in a iron man competition. First I shall add I intend to relieve my loved body of it's trucker physical shape. Big LOL.

Thanks for the pictures you added to. That's great to hear about the money you raised for the charity.

I'm no good at racquetball, I do however love basketball.

I also noticed by your pictures that winter seems to have graced you by not coming on time. Everyone is wearing shorts. I was under the impression summer was only 2 weeks long there.

Talk to you again soon I hope.

Sincerely,
Eric R, Clark

chris knight

13-09-2004 11:46:02

That is great to hear about the bike race. I love biking, running, and hiking oh yeah swimming to. I intend to someday race in a iron man competition. First I shall add I intend to relieve my loved body of it's trucker physical shape. Big LOL.

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I also noticed by your pictures that winter seems to have graced you by not coming on time. Everyone is wearing shorts. I was under the impression summer was only 2 weeks long there.

Eric,

A friend of mine organizes Triathlons all over the state of Wisconsin and as a result, I entered my first earlier this year. What a blast and you meet other fitness oriented folks at these events. D

It's an "Indian Summer" here and we'll take it. 79 degrees F. today and heading for the mid 80's, so it's awesome up here! Too bad it won't last, but the changing of the leaves are very beautiful to watch & smell the unique smell of foilage.

Ron

22-09-2004 10:12:48

What? Not a Packer fan yet? Recall what Dyer says about that - you can change your mind! ) Welcome to a great group.

Namaste - Ron