As part of a great program through Hay House, I get to review their books and products in return for my opinions. Being an avid reader and mass consumer of motivational and healing products, this is a dream come true.
My latest project was listening to the new 2 CD set from Wayne Dyer and Eckhart Tolle called “The Importance of Being Extraordinary”. These men are two of the most influential spiritual teachers alive today and their work continues to profoundly inspire those who follow their teachings.
The title alone is inspiring.
Taped live in Hawaii, this is a thought provoking dialogue between two great leading edge thinkers about cultivating awareness and learning to relinquish our identification to our ego mind in order to live fully present, extraordinary lives.
This humorous, yet deeply philosophical exchange addresses the questions we all wrestle with: what is real, who am I and what is the meaning of life, providing answers through the perspective of when we are living out of our ego and when we are living from spirit.
They stress the ‘importance of being’ instead of ‘doing’ and the significance of seeking your highest self and working to bring that into full expression so you experience being extraordinary in all aspects of your life.
Even more, the smallest shift on an individual level affects the greater world at large in the process. When we live extraordinarily, “we create a world of extraordinary people who look beyond what they are programmed to become, we impact the entire consciousness of this planet”.
Listening to this program, I felt like I was sitting in on an intimate conversation as these wise men explain the complexities of life through their unique spiritual perspectives. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that? Although, at times this is weighty information, there’s much to be gleaned from their wisdom. Whether or not you are familiar with their teachings yet, I highly recommend this program.
FTC Disclosure: I am not financially compensated for this post. The opinions in this review are unbiased and reflect my honest judgment of the product.