I Can See Clearly Now

I Can See Clearly Now

Wayne Dyer’s inspirational memoir is a beautiful, divine expression.  Having read other books by this spiritual guide, I knew I would appreciate this piece as well. I looked forward to his teaching, but I was surprised by how much I also enjoyed the autobiography aspect.

I love the format of this book: each of the 58 chronological chapters contains a short story of a particular event in Wayne’s life, followed by his reflections on what he now can see as the lesson it taught him.

As a memoir, I appreciate the insight into the person.  As a spiritual teaching tool, I appreciate the down-to-Earth guidance to see situations with a higher inner vision. The lessons he has learned and shares with the reader are universal truths, and are easily recognizable in my own situations. I believe they will resonate with you, too.

This book is a must-read for those interested in either the man or personal guidance–or both.  Whether you have read any of his other books or this is your first, you will find it easy to be with and difficult to put down.

Hay House graciously gave me this book of choice simply in exchange for my honest thoughts about it, as part of their Book Nook blogger program.

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4 Comments on “I Can See Clearly Now”

    • Thank you so much, I am truly honored! Please know that although I no longer participate physically in these awards, I do participate in my heart–your efforts are not wasted. 😉


  1. I am so impressed, he has caught the balance between opening up and yet not making the book all about “me, me, me.” Which is a challenge because, after all, it is a memoir!


  2. I think it’s wonderful when spiritual teachers are willing to open up details about their own lives. And, for me, that’s the best way to learn, by seeing a real-life example.


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