Free Read [Thriller Book] ☆ Getting in the Gap - by Wayne W. Dyer Õ

By Wayne W. Dyer | Comments: ( 439 ) | Date: ( May 30, 2020 )

The practice of meditation takes us on a fabulous journey into the gap between our thoughts, where all the advantages of a peaceful, stress free, healthy, and fatigue free life are available, but which are simply side benefits The paramount reason for daily meditation is to get into the gap between our thoughts, and make conscious contact with the creative energy ofThe practice of meditation takes us on a fabulous journey into the gap between our thoughts, where all the advantages of a peaceful, stress free, healthy, and fatigue free life are available, but which are simply side benefits The paramount reason for daily meditation is to get into the gap between our thoughts, and make conscious contact with the creative energy of life itself Dr Wayne W Dyer explains the soul nourishing meditation technique for making conscious contact with God, which the ancient masters have told us about.You have the potential to be an instrument of the highest good for all concerned and to be a literal miracle worker in your own life No person, government, or religion can legitimately claim to do this for you In fact, says Dr Dyer, I agree with Carl Jung who said, One of the main functions of formalized religion is to protect people against a direct experience of God When you master getting into the gap and staying there for prolonged segments of meditation, and experience what you bring back to the material world, you will know your answer to the question Why meditate

  • Title: Getting in the Gap
  • Author: Wayne W. Dyer
  • ISBN: 9781401901318
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Wayne W. Dyer

Wayne Walter Dyer was a popular American self help advocate, author and lecturer His 1976 book Your Erroneous Zones has sold over 30 million copies and is one of the best selling books of all time It is said to have brought humanistic ideas to the masses.He received his D.Ed degree in counseling from Wayne State University He was a guidance counselor in Detroit at the high school level and a professor of counselor education at St John s University in New York.He first pursued an academic career, publishing in journals and running a successful private therapy practice, but his lectures at St John s, which focused on positive thinking and motivational speaking techniques, attracted students beyond those enrolled A literary agent persuaded Dyer to package his ideas in book form, resulting in Your Erroneous Zones although initial sales were thin, Dyer quit his teaching job and began a publicity tour of the United States, doggedly pursuing bookstore appearances and media interviews out of the back of his station wagon , according to Michael Korda, making the best seller lists before book publishers even noticed what was happening

Comments Getting in the Gap

  • Steve

    This is one fantastic meditation cd. I have only been reading Dr. Dyer's work and meditating for a short time and this guided meditation helped me achieve a level of relaxation and renewed energy that I would not have believed possible.I also feel that I have been able to make conscious contact with my Source using this technique. I also used it to perform the manifesting test as described by Dr. Dyer on his Power of Intention CD by visualizing and contemplating on a simple object, then had it " [...]

  • Melissa

    For those who have not read much on meditation and spiritual growth/discovery, it is a very helpful introduction that even comes with a free CD during which Dyer guides you through your first meditation experience. I just didn't feel that I got much new and mind-blowing from it other than some great quotes.

  • Rebecca Young

    Quick read. I enjoyed a number of thoughts that he shared. I also like the idea of using the words to The Lords Prayer to meditate and find that space in between the words. I liked the way he described that. I have not listened to the CD yet, but the book was ok fabulous.

  • Alana Cash

    The reason I gave this book three stars is because there was a meditation CD inside that is useful. The book itself has a short essay, some Q & A which might not apply to many people, and a print-out of the CD. I think all that could be in a short pamphlet and save the paper.

  • Rosemary Daly

    I love Dwyer's books and this one is no exception to that rule. If you are looking to look at practicing Japa meditation, this book provides a great introduction to the practice.

  • Brittainy Young

    A quick read about clearing your mind. I only purchased this book to get the free audio meditation that comes with it. His book The Power of Intention has all the same material as this book.

  • Nilesh Magan

    (It is actually "Through the gap in the fence" but i could not find the book on this website)I decided to read this book because it would not loose my attention span as it is full of short stories. It looked quite interesting. This book completes a book with short stories category on the bingo board. I liked the particular story called "Trapped" which is about a boy who hates school athletics day and describes it as a was scene with horrific scenes. I liked the story as it created a real picture [...]

  • Andrei

    This book has a great content-to-value ratio, though I only wish it had more practical content to work with. The author describes one meditation technique, which he refers to as "getting in the gap" - essentially finding the space between words to allow your mind to meditate on the empty space (gap) between. While I've found this technique to be useful, and a great takeaway from the book, I would have liked to know more than that one meditation technique. I've found the "getting in the gap" tech [...]

  • Leanna Manuel

    Don't be fooled by the small size and pretty picture on the cover - this is hard! I'm convinced its worth it. I see this as one of those things that is easy to learn but takes a lifetime to master. Getting in the Gap makes sense, as does pretty much everything Dr. Dyer writes and my cognitive self jumped into this with full enthusiasm. Unfortunately, that cognitive self didn't want to be silenced throughout the medidation.I'm extremely thankful that there was a CD included to assist with the med [...]

  • Kenneth Jr.

    Great read but.Getting the digital version doesn't seem to get you the coveted CD for guided meditation. This saddened me and is the only reason that I gave this book four stars instead of five. Purchasers of the digital book should get a digital download of the CD. It is still worth reading this book!

  • Ray Clark

    I've been having trouble meditating lately, so This book has a couple of pretty good suggestions for finding that space, but it's mostly peripherals. "Why meditate," testimonials from meditaters and the like. I haven't listened to the accompanying CD/download (Hay House didn't make it easy to acquire), but I have no doubt it is a useful aid.

  • Warren Adrian

    A good read that prepares you for meditating with the inclosed CD (in my case). There were several candid testimonials and a few pages dedicated to facts and question. I'm about the proceed with the meditation using the CD, so I will have to update you later with the amazing results.

  • Muriel

    I was a little disappointed. I usually love anything written by Wayne Dyer. Guess I had expectations of it being a simple "how to" on meditation. For me it was not. Perhaps I'll find the accompanying CD more helpful.

  • Maria (Ri)

    Short and simple book. The thrust - meditate and be in the space of stillness, the gap. The accompanying cd of meditations is wonderful! I've enjoyed Wayne Dyer's other books, and this one moves me forward in amazing ways. Ahhhhhhhhhhh!

  • Angela

    This is the second time I've read this book. Although I don't recall how long ago or anything really in it from before, once I started reading it again, I felt like I was getting it more. It is helpful to me, to improve my meditations.

  • Heidi The Hippie Reader

    This meditation was very simple to learn and surprisingly relaxing. I liked it.The book included with the CD was very short but sweet. It had some inspirational stories and quotes from eastern masters. Good job, Dr. Dyer.

  • Jennie

    I got this book based on his PBS special. IT was interesting, but I just couldn't get into the meditation CD. Although I did try. It is a good book and CD, but I think finding a mediation practice is individual, and this one just wasn't the one for me.

  • Maria

    I listened to this on my ipod and have used some of the techniques. Although I didn't quite grasp or agree with a lot here, it did give me some techniques to practice.

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  • Kim H.

    I reserve the right to move this to 5 stars after I do the CD which accompanies this little tome. I also think this book will be worthy of several re-reads!

  • Shawn Brady

    best assisted meditation cd I have ever listen to

  • Al

    teaches you how to stop thinking

  • Brittany Paulin

    Another great little book encouraging the importance of practicing meditation and valuing the silent moments.

  • Kalamityk8

    I am working on getting in the gap.

  • Cherice

    A good beginner's guide to meditation. Quick, easy to understand read although this was a library book and it didn't have the CD. I'd like to have the CD to listen to his meditation techniques.

  • Julie

    A quick read to focus your meditating, helpful if you need a clearer instruction

  • Brian Kaplan

    This still helps today when I need to meditate and can't it also helps me relieve stress.

  • Deb Morse-Spooner

    Meditation is so good for the soul.

  • Gavin Griffith

    Just a short quick different meditation technique.

  • Lori Locklear

    An excellent method for quieting the mind.

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