Wayne Dyer Gets
Down with the Tao

The best-selling author talks to Beliefnet about inner flexibility, letting go, and the real secret behind 'The Secret.'

You've probably caught Wayne Dyer on public television, pacing the stage, offering self-help wisdom in between the channel's fund-driving pitches. Or maybe you're one of the many millions who bought his books like "Manifest Your Destiny," "10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace," and "The Power of Intention."

The ubiquitous teacher and author has been doling out non-religious inspiration for several decades in the form of world-wide workshops and 30 books; he and Deepak Chopra, that other profitable prophet, pretty much fill the "Personal Growth" section of any bookstore. Dyer was also one of the first to popularize the "law of attraction"—the notion that your thoughts create your life—which "The Secret" book and DVD cashed in on so successfully.
 
Dyer recently talked to Beliefnet from his home in Maui about his latest book, "Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao" and what he's like now that he's embraced the Tao, an ancient Chinese philosophy. He also tells us what’s missing in ”The Secret," and how we can get in on the truest secret of all.
Listen to Wayne Dyer:
I See Myself as Palm Trees
When We Develop the Ego
You Can Change How the World Looks at You
Why I Turned Down Filming 'The Secret'
Focus on Serving the Universe

What's the Tao to you?

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Interview by Valerie Reiss
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