Wayne Dyer, psychotherapist and world-famous author of worldwide bestsellers Your Erroneous Zones and Pulling your own Strings, shows you how to improve quality of life by tapping into the power that lies within you and using constructive thinking to direct the course of your own. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Following his bestselling Your Erroneous Zones Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ medical-site.info Wayne Dyer, psychotherapist and world-famous author of worldwide bestsellers Your Erroneous Zones and Pulling your own Strings, shows you how to improve .
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This is a must read book. I putchased a copy many years ago when was first published. Like all Dr. Dyers books it is well written and easy to read. The title says it all.
It is really true. Many times in my life what I believed became reality. Moving house a couple of times I lost my copy. I was so glad to see it become available as an E Book. Five stars for sure! See both reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on site. Verified download. I have read the book, highlighted the important parts and plan on reading it again.
With the loss of my only child, my beloved son Mike. I am on this new journey, which I didn't ask for or expect to be on but none the less I am. I got this book to help me put together some of the pieces of my life and most importantly help me to create my new journey.
I know I will see the light at the end of this tunnel I am in when I believe it. I also learned I will feel happiness again when I can believe that it is possible on this new journey. I know I will be rereading it again very soon. Which is something I have never done with any other book I have ever read. Unfortunately for the bumble, bee no one has told it so. So fly it does. On the other hand, some people suffer from dreaming totally outrageous dreams and not acting on them.
The result? Broken dreams, and tattered aspirations. If you limit yourself with self-doubt, and self-limiting assumptions, you will never be able to break past what you deem impossible.
If you reach too far out into the sky without working towards your goal, you will find yourself clinging on to the impossible dream. And they comprehend less of the information presented in digital books. USA Today shared a study showing that students retain less when reading on a screen. The study's creator blamed this on the " flash gimmicks " embedded in many ebooks.
She also suspects being able to collectively turn to the same page enhances group discussion. It's not just students opting for print. Parents and kids prefer to read physical books together, too.
According to Digital Book World and literacy nonprofit Sesame Workshop , less than ten percent of kids and parents alike choose ebooks over print books.
Parents say fancy features such as videos and interactive games are more of a distraction than a valued tool. Which makes sense, because ebooks can negatively impact your sleep.
A few months ago, the Guardian reported on a Harvard study linking e-reading and sleep deprivation. If the ebook was "light emitting" it took participants an average of ten minutes longer to fall asleep than those who read physical books instead.