Remembering a Spiritual Hero
September 9, 2015
Jackie Roberge

It is with a bit of a heavy heart that I write to you today. One of my favorite spiritual teachers, and one who has had the most impact in my life, has passed on. Here are a few things I remember about Wayne Dyer:

So today I am focusing on feeling gratitude. Gratitude for his presence, his guidance and the example that he set for so many.

He is said to have died of a heart attack but the coroner also mentioned that he had no cancer in his body. This is very interesting as he was diagnosed with a incurable leukemia (Chronic lymphocytic leukemia) several years ago. 

Wayne was a great example someone who walked the talk and in his honor I will continue to celebrate and share with others the great things he left us all (for example his over 30 books, several movies, guided meditations) so that his teachings can continue to live on and inspire generations to come!

I think one of his most important messages for us all is to not dye with your music still in you.  I am happy to say that Wayne played his music for all of us to hear, he pursued his passions and lived what I would call an inspired and purposeful life.  Many blessings to you dear Wayne and thank you for being an amazing teacher!

Sending much love to his family and to you all today.

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