From the Legacy Wayne Dyer Digest, this post never originally made it to the list
Date Tue, 1 Feb 2000 205507 -0800 (PST)
From Patricia Maher
Subject Meditations for Manifesting
Hi, my name is patty. I've been a student of Dr.
Dyer's philosophy for many years listening to him,
Deepak, Louise Hay, Caroline Myss and many others. I
meditate more now than I used to and will continue to
work towards a steady, daily practice. I just
recently bought Dr. Dyer's tape, Meditations for
Manifesting and have been working with it. I was
wondering if anyone else has used the practice and
wanted to share their experience with me. I look
forward to hearing from you.
If you'd like to share your experience, click on "QUOTE" or "POST REPLY" to add your thoughts.
I used the same Meditations for Manifesting because I didn't have a clue about how to meditate. I've heard Dr. Dyer speak on it but never grasped how to actually do it so I bought the book.
It was an immense help to understand proper meditation. I now can meditate while focusing and visualizing upon my individual intentions.
The secret I believe to successful meditation is standing in the "Gap"
For me I see that "Gap" as the silence that comes after striking a musical note and letting that note fade into silence. For myself this is where the "Gap" is.
For anyone having difficulty meditating I recommend investing in the Meditations for Manifesting book and accompanying CD where Dr. Dyer actually walks you through different sessions.
For anyone having difficulty meditating I recommend investing in the Meditations for Manifesting
book and accompanying CD where Dr. Dyer actually walks you through different sessions.
I must admit that I had struggles with getting my mind chatter to "keep quiet" during meditation.
Meditating is a very personal thing and I think each person needs to find the way that works for them the best.
For me, I find hitting the beach or relaxing in the sun for 20 minutes gives me a mental clarity and focus like no other...
I've also noted that while I'm a very "auditory" type guy, I really don't like any sounds for my best meditation sessions, especially when I'm after clarity over a problem I'm trying to solve... and conversely, I'm able to enter a deep creative thought stage by jamming to urban dance music.
Bottom line is that we all meditate differently and each person needs to find what works best for them and do it. 8)
I am inquiring about meditations for manifesting on when during the last two of 12 prayers for omm, Dyer says 'love me' and something else regarding 'me' that sounded like you were worshiping him or some other person other then'god.
Is this supposed to be true?
I am fairly new to meditating. I first began using Dr. Dyer's sound meditation method from "Getting in the Gap," and this weekend began listening to and practicing with "Meditations for Manifesting."
My "monkey mind" (always swinging from one thought to the next) doesn't like meditation, but I do!
I have found a wonderful peace with meditating not experienced before; although for me, as I've read in other replies, the process is personal. And Dr. Dyer, and others, provide blessed road maps. But for each one of us, the paradox is that the journey is personal, as well as universal.
I will say that silencing the mind has provided me richer and more meaningful "thoughts." As Dr. Dyer says, the average person as 60,000 thoughts a day...what if we were able to lower that number to 50,000? 40,000? How much more content would we be?