I’m STILL reading Wayne Dyer’s new book Wishes Fulfilled. It’s really an amazing book and as I have said over on my Facebook page, it’s so rich, that I can’t just speed through it like I so often do when reading. It’s like a massive chocolate cake. Not only do you want to savour each morsel, but eating it all at once would do you no good.
In the case of Wishes Fulfilled, the issue is that there are so many astonishing and beautifully-expressed ideas, that I quite simply need time to digest each nugget.
One idea I wanted to talk about here – as much to get my ideas out on “paper” as for anything else – is Dr Dyer’s assertion in the book that “We are all God”. Or at the very least “We are all an aspect of God.” Or as I like to refer to God, God/dess (because that takes in the masculine and feminine and as far as I concerned, it’s inconceivable that God is only male or only female, God has to be everything.)
In one way, this idea is a relatively new concept to me. It certainly isn’t what I was taught growing up Catholic. God/dess was very much “out there” not “in me”. However when I first heard this idea, say 15 years ago, I took to it straight away. It sort of made me laugh. But I liked the idea and I could see it totally.
The idea that God is a man with a long white beard is clearly silly (well, in my world anyway). And the more I have tested the law of attraction over the years, the more I have seen that it really does appear that we create our reality with our thoughts – for better or worse!
So it stands to reason that we are all a part of God/dess. Dr Dyer goes to great lengths in Wishes Fulfilled to ensure that we don’t think he is being blasphemous by suggesting such a think but I didn’t find it at all offensive. For me, it’s a mega concept, but it makes sense.
As Neptune moves through Pisces, it’s the right time to ask this question.
PS If you’re a dyed in the wool Christian and this idea offends you, apologies. I’m not trying to upset anyone.