Last week I shared a spiritual experience that I had with Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, while on a trip to Maui a couple of weekends ago. I also asked you to send me your own spiritual experiences that you have encountered with Wayne in your own lives. I’m so grateful to see that so many of you share in his memory and are still inspired by his wisdom. I know that he is smiling down on all of us and happy to know that his words still influence love and light in all of us.
Because I had so many great responses I wanted to share a few of them here with you. Thank you for your kind words and I loved seeing all of your photos and memories. Here are a few of your “Wayne moments.”
Late last August, I was in the audience for Wayne’s last appearance in Auckland New Zealand. He said that he was led to come speak in Auckland and those of us in attendance were ever so grateful that he did.
After the event, I went up on stage to chat with him as he gathered himself to go to the airport and on home to Maui. We exchanged a few pleasantries and then I asked him if he had experienced a “Hongi” since he had been in Aotearoa New Zealand. A Hongi is a traditional Maori greeting whereby two people place their foreheads together and take in a breath. Wayne said that he had not experienced a Hongi, so I asked if I could share a Hongi with him and he agreed. I explained to Wayne that this greeting involved bringing together our Spiritual eye Chakras and breathing in each other’s Spirits as a way of acknowledging our Spiritual beings. We then shared a Hongi – and I swear he levitated off of the ground. I had my hand on his elbow and felt his body rise, just a bit. It was a very special moment for me, and I believe it was for him too.
I so wish I had a photo, but that was not important, so it was not to be.
I was and continue to be a fan of Wayne's but somehow I had missed the butterfly story. And then the clip was played at the memorial service hosted by Hay House which I listened to on a Monday morning before work. While driving to work I was focused on other things and not really thinking about butterflies or the story. I arrived at work (Monday was the only day I was at this particular location) and saw that the stairway railings were decorated and there appeared to be trash all over the table tops. When I looked closer I realized that what I was seeing were butterflies that had been made out of pages from magazines and scattered on the tables and hung on the sides of the stairway. I never felt so close to Dr. Dyer as I did in that moment.
It was yet another amazing experience given to me by the Universe.
- Cathy C.
My spiritual experience with Wayne happened at the beginning of this year. In January I was diagnosed with cancer. As you can imagine a lot of things go through your mind as this point. The experience happened as I was in the MRI Scanner. As I lay there I thought of Wayne and the books and audios I had absorbed when we started to converse with each other. The conversation didn't last long but it was what I needed to hear. He told me that "I didn't need to worry and that everything is going to turn out ok".
His words had an instant calming on me and helped instill the belief that things will be ok.
Wherever he is now I'm sure he knows how thankful I am to him and I'm sure he will carry on helping more and whoever need him :)
- Simon S.
Thank you again for sharing all of your wonderful stories. I had so many lovely responses and wish I could share them all. I hope you all continue to share Wayne’s wisdom and let his teachings inspire you always.
Wishing you the best,
CEO | Hay House
I actually wrote about a Wayne moment in 365 Moments of Grace Book in which I experienced a monarch butterfly landing on my hand as a message from my deceased friend Jack, in the same way Wayne receive the gift of a monarch butterfly from his deceased friend Jack! I won't tell you the whole story here as this comment will be too long, but I'll just say that the whole experience brought me closer to my Jack, Wayne's Jack, and Wayne himself and eased by grief of his passing. When I first learned that Wayne had passed, I felt his presence very strongly and I could hear him laughing and laughing. He was so full of bliss and love, and I knew that he finally knew for sure that everything he believed whilst living was true, and he truly is an eternal being. That joy stayed with me for a couple of days, and I could hear his voice with me. I wasn't able to actually grieve and feel the loss for several days because of his bliss, but I did grieve and let go of him after that. It made it that much easier to let him go, knowing that he is truly pure love now, pure bliss, and pure light; one with the infinite divine. That he will always be with us, teaching us, helping us, and when it is our time to return to spirit, he'll be there to welcome us home.
You can read my full story in 365 Moments of Grace (when Amazon fixes the image issues they're having) by searching for my name in the 'See Inside' section, and read the story there, on page 156. Or, purchase the book as I have so that I could read all my co-authors experiences with Grace.
It is wonderful to read 365 unique experiences with grace, and discover the infinite descriptions of this word, in all its permutations as described by people from all around the world - all connected through our miraculous, divine, and poignant, experiences with Grace.