Wayne W. Dyer, PH. D., 1940-2015 was an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development. He’s the author of more than 30 books, has created many audios, CD, and videos; and has appeared on thousands of television and radio programs. He held a doctorate of education counseling from Wayne State University and was an associate professor at St. John’s University in New York.
One of my personal favorite books is “The Power of Intention.”
“That which is injurious loses the capacity to harm when it is brought into the light, and we attract to us that which we emanate.”
“The lesson is clear in terms of removing lower energy obstacles. We must raise ourselves to the level of energy where we are the light we seek, where we are the happiness we desire, where we are the love that’s missing, where we are the unlimited abundance we crave. By being it, we attract it to us. By condemning its absence, we assure that condemnation and discord will continue to flow into our lives.
If you’re experiencing scarcity, anguish, depression, an absence of love, or any inability to attract what you desire, seriously look at how you are attracting these circumstances into your life. Low energy is an attractor pattern. It shows up because you’ve sent for it, even if on a subconscious level. It’s still yours and you own it. However, if you practice deliberately raising your energy level by being cognizant of your immediate environment, you’ll move rather rapidly toward intention and remove all of those self-imposed roadblocks. The obstacles are in the low-energy spectrum.
I believe we have to come to a place of knowing we deserve happiness, abundance and, and the ability to create our path to get what we really want in life. Once we are able to clean house on the things that no longer serve us we are able to move forward with purpose and with excitement, drawing those things into our lives as understood in the concept of “The Law of Attraction.” There are so many ways to raise our energy vibration, and I feel we have to keep practicing what works for us. When we slip, that’s fine, who cares? Usually we are the ones that care the most. And then we start repeating those old tapes: I’m never going to…, I’m not good enough…, I’ll never get to be…, It takes so much to…,I’m not smart enough…. The list can go on and on into infinity. We all slip up; but we sure don’t want to stay there. Sincerely changing the beliefs about our lives and how we look at ourselves is the key. We are all capable of experiencing this monumental change.