Join Jonathan Ellerby for a journey into a world more amazing than you can imagine, a place of unlimited power, potential, and peace: your Inspired Self. Imagine your health, your relationships, and your work . . . all fueled by a sense of vitality and freedom. In this easy-to-read and apply book, you’ll learn simple steps that have already helped thousands of people from all walks of life discover the incredible energy and daily peace they were born to experience. It’s not about giving you other people’s answers, it’s about helping you find your own answers and the tools to put them into action. Learn why an inspired life is critical to your happiness and your health. The shocking truth is that the majority of challenges that people face today—relating to high stress, weight gain, dating and divorce, job dissatisfaction, fear, anger, depression, addiction, and loneliness—are all just symptoms of one common underlying problem: Inspiration Deficit Disorder. This common condition is the result of being disconnected from your natural wisdom, talent, and sense of what matters most. As you read the material within these pages, you’ll see that you can end the imbalance faster than you think. Inspiration is a choice!
The bestselling author of the New Age classic The Power of Intention has another book that will probably delight his fans and new readers who resonate with his spiritual approach. Inspiration, Dyer writes, is the opposite of motivation and goal-oriented thinking, the latter, "grabbing an idea and carrying it through to an acceptable conclusion." Inspiration, on the other hand, is when "an idea has taken hold of us from the invisible reality of Spirit." To Dyer, getting rid of ego in all its manifestations is the first step to connecting with the power of inspiration. In alternately wise and plodding prose, Dyer cites self-laudatory examples of his own personal generosity to strangers as well as various synchronicities that he takes to be expressions of the interconnectedness of all things and signs that he is spiritually on the right path. Yet many of the ideas here seem recycled; anyone who has watched What the Bleep Do We Know? will be familiar with them, and Dyer's name-dropping asides about his Maui writing retreat and successful lifestyle can be off-putting.