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understand eternal time there is no future, there is no past or future there’s only this moment, there’s only the now, that everything that’s ever happened to any one of us didn’t happen in the past, it happened in the now. It’s always in the present. So the eternal now is that eternal time. But you make choices within that, and that’s what I think, you know, I sort of tried to allude to today in the writing of this book.


Linda Potter, Sine o Mn


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so many people on a spiri- tual path who are actively pursuing self actualization who, you know, in spite of surrendering to divine guidance, reading all of your books of course, still end up hitting one wall after another, and they’re more confused about their dharma when they first started. You know, and the metaphor for me is sort of like, you know, you start out thinking you’re walking a labyrinth. You know, you know you’re going around and around in circles, but eventually you think you’re going to get to the center, and instead, you find out you’ve been trapped in a maze with just one wall after another, and there doesn’t appear to be any center. What advice do you have for those of us who are struggling with that?


Wayne Dyer - My advice is to stop struggling with it. Just become the observer. Just become the noticer. You know that the hills and valleys in our life are all part of what it takes to fulfill whatever dharma that we signed up for, whatever reason that we’re here, and that’s just to stay content...always just stay in align- ment. It’s basically a question of alignment. And it’s...at least that’s the way it is for me, it’s like whenever I find myself in one of those places that you just described, of being confused or not knowing quite what it’s all about, those are generally moments in which I am denying what is taking place, or wishing that something else were happening, or being in a state of frustration over this valley that is now just shown up when I thought I was just going to stay on the hill for the rest of my life. But it’s like the waves that make up life, those waves have an apex and they have a nadir, a top and a bot- tom. Those are the waves of life, the energy of life, the signs of energy, and that learning to stay in a state of gratitude for the downess. There are three ways


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to reach this enlightened state. One of them is what I call enlightenment through suffering. Just become the observer. You know that the hills and valleys in our life are all part of what it takes to fulfill whatever dharma that we signed up for. It’s basically a question of align- ment. It’s like whenever I find myself in one of those places that you just described, of being confused or not knowing quite what it’s all about. Those are generally moments in which I am deny- ing what is taking place, or wishing that something else were happening, or being in a state of frustration over this valley that is now just shown up when I thought I was just going to stay on the hill for the rest of my life.


Sherry Henderson, Oalrce 2/0 Mgzn


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Most of my questions have been answered already. I will ask one that still is pending. In your experience with John of God, what do you think stood out most in that expe- rience?


Wayne Dyer: Oh what a great question. It’s happened now to me twice. I haven’t even talked about the second time, which happened just before I taped the PBS show for this book I Can See Clearly Now. What stood out the most for me was the removal of fear from my essence, and replac- ing it with love. That seems to be what has happened. I was diagnosed with Leukemia. I just had all of the amazing, good, “luck” to have a woman who was a medical doctor who was going down to Abadiânia in Brazil, and who wanted me


to travel down there with her because she really felt compelled almost...and this is someone that I don’t even know that well... Her name’s Dr. Rayna Piskova in California. She was just absolutely insistent that I go. I was planning to go and at the last minute I just decided that I was doing this writing...I was writing a book called Wishes Fulfilled, and I didn’t want to stop. So I just let that deadline take over my life. So she arranged for me to have all the herbs and to have the blessed water sent to me, to give me all the instructions on what to eat and what not to eat, and so on. And they did the sur- gery. It was a remote surgery. I was in Hawaii and they were in Brazil on a seven-hour time difference, and I went to bed, and I was very, very, very sick for a week after having this remote surgery, at the point where I couldn’t even get out of bed. I just felt so terrible. And


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