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Wayne Dyer Quotes

chris knight

22-06-2004 08:51:53

Quotes & Excerpts by Dr. Wayne Dyer

"The last suit that you wear, you don't need any pockets."

"You can never get enough of what you don't want."

"When you squeeze an orange, orange juice comes out -- because that's what's inside. When you are squeezed, what comes out is what is inside."

"Go for it now. The future is promised to no one."

"Everything is in motion. Everything flows. Everything is vibrating."

"Everything you need you already have. You are complete right now, you are a whole, total person, not an apprentice person on the way to someplace else. Your completeness must be understood by you and experienced in your thoughts as your own personal reality."

"There's nothing wrong with anger provided you use it constructively."

"What comes out of you when you are squeezed is what is inside of you."

"You are always a valuable, worthwhile human being -- not because anybody says so, not because you're successful, not because you make a lot of money -- but because you decide to believe it and for no other reason."

"You'll see it when you believe it."

Please share your Wayne Dyer quotes by replying to this post or creating a new topic thread. D


24-06-2004 19:44:12

The more I listen, the more profound the silence becomes."

When I read this, recite it, or just think about it, I experience a peace beyond description. The peace which only comes from being in the silence of the soul - from being in the present moment. How profound can silence become? It is all yours to experience. In the silence the Oneness we all are comes over me. The truth of who I am and what I am is known and I am humble in Its Presence. How profound does your silence become when you listen within.

Namaste - Ron


24-06-2004 19:57:23

"Detach yourself
from the opinions of others;
from the habit of judging or controlling others;
from the past;
from the need to be right and to win;
from an obsession with material things.
Follow your passion in life,
but detach from the outcome
and allow the universe to handle the details." - Dr. Wayne Dyer

I purposely posted this quote in this manner so that the full effect of it could be seen and grasped easier. Detach is to let go - to let go of everything. Do opinions of others really affect me - no way! Does the habit of trying to control and judge others do anything for me, other than create havoc in my life? Can I truly control anyone? Can I honestly judge someone? Does my need to right and to number uno benefit me? Does it give me lasting joy and happiness? Peace? And what about all the "stuff" I belief I must have in this dream - the more the better? Does happiness - lasting happiness - come from any of them? Am I ever contented when I have a new possession? And how about the "biggy." The past - why do I cling so desperately to a past that never was? Does it make any sense to hang onto something that is nothing? I am my biggest block on my path. I am the thorn within my own side. I am the wall in front of me which I believe stops me from moving on. What happens if I simply stop - right here - right now - and drop all those thoughts - all those fears - all that anxiety and stress? What happens is this - my life is handed to me on a golden platter - all I have to do is allow it to unfold before me. It is a gift from God that I open and then allow it to take me where I am intended to go. I let go of everything I thought was important to me and simply jump into the flow of eternal, unconditional Love from My Source.

Namaste - Ron


29-08-2004 12:56:21

Can someone please tell me the quote (and author) Dr. Dyer uses about goals that basically says;

The danger is not that you aim too high and miss your goal but to aim to low and hit it.

I would very much appreciate it.

Thank you,



28-10-2004 14:49:17

"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." Michealangelo


18-11-2004 15:27:28

Thank you so much for your post, Ron! This is exactly where I'm at. I have only recently fully grasped that I am a spiritual being on a human journey and not the other way around. It's not surprising that not long after I fully embraced this that I discovered Dr. Dyer and this forum. In the last few weeks I have become so much more peaceful, hopeful and able to experience current difficulties with greater ease. My life has definitely changed. I'm still taking 'baby steps', but I keep at it every day, all through the day. I have copied your post for future inspiration or when I need to get re-focused.


18-11-2004 18:48:48

Right now my favorite one is There's just no way to happiness...happiness itself is the way.

I also like God will work with you, not for you.

One more Real magic thinkers say I believe it, I know it, and I will access my spiritual powers to do it. It is my intention.

When it comes to Wayne's wisdom, choosing a favorite is hard. It's like being a kid in a candy store. I just can't get enough.

Trevor Burton

26-01-2005 00:30:56

"The last suit that you wear, you don't need any pockets."

I am new at posting, however been listening to Wayne Dyer for a couple of months, and his wisdom has greatly impacted the way I see people and situations, however I would really like to understand the wisdom gleaned from the above quote ... any suggestions?


15-04-2005 09:02:20

My belief is that Wayne Dyer is reminding us all that when we die we take no material possessions with us. It is a saying based on detachment,leaving go of our earthly possessions and knowing that we are more than our cars, houses, jewels etc. It applies to life as well as death too.
This is not a Wayne Dyer quote but it says basically the same thing

"He who dies with the most toys, is none the less dead!"


02-07-2005 09:51:20

Sometimes the silence and listening is too dangerous, we come to realsize things, mistakes that you cannit fix now but will endure the consequences forever.

Nour ET

chris knight

02-07-2005 10:18:14

...that you cannot fix now but will endure the consequences forever.


Have you considered using the silence to learn to forgive yourself?


02-07-2005 10:34:55

How do you forgive something that has changed you forever. Change that i do not comprehend, that i cannot grip upon, do you understand?
Fact of the matter is if i weren't such a coward all my life i would be somewhere better, not hating and feeling sorry, but actually taking a stand. The will is there but where is the courage to step up... That courage will only appear in two cases death or madness.

Nour ET