Getting in the Gap (Book) by Wayne Dyer
They Say: Daily meditation allows us to get into the gap between our thoughts and make conscious contact with the creative energy of life itself. Meditation takes us on a fabulous journey where all the advantages of a more peaceful, stress-free, healthy and fatigue-free life are avaliable. In this uplifting book, Dr Wayne W. Dyer explains the soul-nourishing meditation technique for making conscious contact with God, which the ancient masters have told us about.
A direct experience of God is achievable and Dr Dyer helps you have this direct experience by leading you through the meditation technique in the accompanying audio download. When you master getting into the gap, stay there for prolonged segments of meditation and experience what you bring back into the world, you'll truly know the answer to the question: 'Why meditate?'
Number of Pages: 87, Paperback
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Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., was an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development. He's the author of over 30 books, has created many audio programs and videos, and has appeared on thousands of television and radio shows. His books Manifest Your Destiny, Wisdom of the Ages, There's a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem, and The New York Times bestsellers 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace, The Power of Intention, Inspiration, and Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Life have all been featured as National Public Television specials.
Wayne held a doctorate in educational counseling from Wayne State University and was an associate professor at St. John’s University in New York. Dr. Wayne W Dyer, affectionately called the 'father of motivation' by his fans, is one of the most respected people in the field of self-empowerment. In 2015, he left his body, returning to Infinite Source to embark on his next adventure.
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There is included in the book a script of a meditation based on the Lords Prayer, or at least the first ten words of it. The book teaches how to use the expulsion of breath with an "ahh!" as the name of God. For example, the reader is asked to reflect on the word "hallowed" and then "hallowed be". The meditator then quickly meditates on the gap between those two thoughts. Then the Japa, the uttering of ahhhhhhhhhh!
What is helpful is the CD that comes with the book with the words of the meditation spoken by the writer. All that I have written may sound confusing but this CD brings some clarity. It is a lovely little book, with only 90 pages, but it is a great asset to those who wish to meditate and who wish to discover a new and different form.