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Mar 15, 2017

Serena Dyer has co-authored a book with her father, Dr. Wayne Dyer, titled Don’t Die With Your Music Still In You about her experience growing up with spiritual parents. The book is a daughter’s response to her father’s wisdom and provides readers a glimpse into what life was like growing up with seven brothers and sisters -- and Dr. Wayne Dyer as a father.

 

Serena is a contributor to several publications where she shares stories on varying subjects, including meditation, travel, the spiritual journey and life with her brothers and sisters. She is also a featured speaker at spiritual, motivational and wellness events around the United States. Her subject matter covers a wide range of topics, but she always seeks to share her personal spiritual perspective in a way that encourages introspection and personal growth.

 

While completing her master’s degree at the University of Miami, Serena was moved by startling statistics concerning the global tragedy of human trafficking. Although most of her work is done privately, Serena does add her voice to raise awareness via the charity Stop Child Trafficking. Serena currently resides in south Florida with her husband Matt and her 2 children.

 

 

  • [02:30] - How did you start?
  • [02:41] - I quit Law School because I felt like a “fraud” there – that was not a place for me. There was an inner-battle.
  • [04:30] - I came down with pneumonia. My dad said to me when you attract illness which begins with an “i” instead of wellness which begins with “we”, you are only focusing on yourself.
  • [05:36] - I didn’t know who I was and what I was doing and went into a deep depression.
  • [06:20] - I had no idea what I was passionate about.
  • [06:45] - The only thing I knew is that I know how I wanted to feel. I wanted to feel content.
  • [08:08] - My dad taught me how to assume to feel happy at one point of my life - picture and imagine what you felt like. Before you go to bed, the last 5 minutes, close your eyes, put down your phone, etc. to focus on how you would feel in your body if you feel content. When you wake up, spend 5 minutes and assume how you want to feel for the rest of the day.
  • [10:30] - After a while people and opportunities showed up that aligned me to the way I wanted to feel – good, content, peace.
  • [14:30] - For transitioners who do not know what their passions are, what advice would you give them?
  • [15:07] - I came out of depression to write a book with my dad. Once I started to get out of there, there was peace. It’s not an overnight process as it took me a few months.
  • [16:08] - The biggest thing that occurred to me is that I regularly lied to myself. I denied what I actually wanted.
  • [16:30] - I have always like talking about things related to psychology, people’s journey, telling stories but I have rejected and ignored that part of my life in pursuit of the career that I thought I was going to have.
  • [21:40] - How’s your experience growing up with spiritual parents?
  • [22:35] - In my home, you have to take responsibility for everything that shows up in your life. You are in control of creating the life you want but that does not mean that bad things that show up are your fault. They are to teach you things and how to overcome them.
  • [25:10] - Master of your own fate, creator of your own destiny.
  • [26:09] - What are your spiritual strategies and what are you most proud of?
  • I am most proud of:
  1. Having a sense of peace.
  2. Having a whole understanding of where I am at in my life right now.
  3. Not judging and criticizing myself like I used to. My relationship with myself is strong.
  4. The difficult years of my life did not make or break me – it revealed me and who it revealed me to be – somebody I like.
  • [28:00] - The strategies:
  1. It was an accumulation of dedication and constantly choosing thoughts that made me feel good.
  2. It is work to have spiritual practice that feels good.
  • [32:30] - How has the book affected your life?
  • When you change the way you look at something the way you look at it actually impacts the behavior of the thing you are looking at.
  • [37:00] - What’s your last piece of advice?
  • [41:48] - I used to think that I would feel peace if all this crap will go away but it is actually the reverse. The crap will go away when I am at peace.
  • 4 key points:-
  1. We don’t attract what we want, we attract what we are.
  2. Do not lie to yourself. Tell yourself the truth.
  3. What you bring to a situation is changed by the energy you brought.
  4. Peace has to begin with me.

 

 

Social media

 

Website: http://serenadyer.com

 

https://www.facebook.com/officialserenadyer/

 

 

Serena Dyer has co-authored a book with her father, Dr. Wayne Dyer, titled Don’t Die With Your Music Still In You about her experience growing up with spiritual parents. The book is a daughter’s response to her father’s wisdom and provides readers a glimpse into what life was like growing up with seven brothers and sisters -- and Dr. Wayne Dyer as a father.

 

Serena is a contributor to several publications where she shares stories on varying subjects, including meditation, travel, the spiritual journey and life with her brothers and sisters. She is also a featured speaker at spiritual, motivational and wellness events around the United States. Her subject matter covers a wide range of topics, but she always seeks to share her personal spiritual perspective in a way that encourages introspection and personal growth.

 

While completing her master’s degree at the University of Miami, Serena was moved by startling statistics concerning the global tragedy of human trafficking. Although most of her work is done privately, Serena does add her voice to raise awareness via the charity Stop Child Trafficking. Serena currently resides in south Florida with her husband Matt and her 2 children.

 

 

  • [02:30] - How did you start?
  • [02:41] - I quit Law School because I felt like a “fraud” there – that was not a place for me. There was an inner-battle.
  • [04:30] - I came down with pneumonia. My dad said to me when you attract illness which begins with an “i” instead of wellness which begins with “we”, you are only focusing on yourself.
  • [05:36] - I didn’t know who I was and what I was doing and went into a deep depression.
  • [06:20] - I had no idea what I was passionate about.
  • [06:45] - The only thing I knew is that I know how I wanted to feel. I wanted to feel content.
  • [08:08] - My dad taught me how to assume to feel happy at one point of my life - picture and imagine what you felt like. Before you go to bed, the last 5 minutes, close your eyes, put down your phone, etc. to focus on how you would feel in your body if you feel content. When you wake up, spend 5 minutes and assume how you want to feel for the rest of the day.
  • [10:30] - After a while people and opportunities showed up that aligned me to the way I wanted to feel – good, content, peace.
  • [14:30] - For transitioners who do not know what their passions are, what advice would you give them?
  • [15:07] - I came out of depression to write a book with my dad. Once I started to get out of there, there was peace. It’s not an overnight process as it took me a few months.
  • [16:08] - The biggest thing that occurred to me is that I regularly lied to myself. I denied what I actually wanted.
  • [16:30] - I have always like talking about things related to psychology, people’s journey, telling stories but I have rejected and ignored that part of my life in pursuit of the career that I thought I was going to have.
  • [21:40] - How’s your experience growing up with spiritual parents?
  • [22:35] - In my home, you have to take responsibility for everything that shows up in your life. You are in control of creating the life you want but that does not mean that bad things that show up are your fault. They are to teach you things and how to overcome them.
  • [25:10] - Master of your own fate, creator of your own destiny.
  • [26:09] - What are your spiritual strategies and what are you most proud of?
  • I am most proud of:
  1. Having a sense of peace.
  2. Having a whole understanding of where I am at in my life right now.
  3. Not judging and criticizing myself like I used to. My relationship with myself is strong.
  4. The difficult years of my life did not make or break me – it revealed me and who it revealed me to be – somebody I like.
  • [28:00] - The strategies:
  1. It was an accumulation of dedication and constantly choosing thoughts that made me feel good.
  2. It is work to have spiritual practice that feels good.
  • [32:30] - How has the book affected your life?
  • When you change the way you look at something the way you look at it actually impacts the behavior of the thing you are looking at.
  • [37:00] - What’s your last piece of advice?
  • [41:48] - I used to think that I would feel peace if all this crap will go away but it is actually the reverse. The crap will go away when I am at peace.
  • 4 key points:-
  1. We don’t attract what we want, we attract what we are.
  2. Do not lie to yourself. Tell yourself the truth.
  3. What you bring to a situation is changed by the energy you brought.
  4. Peace has to begin with me.

 

 

Social media

 

Website: http://serenadyer.com

 

https://www.facebook.com/officialserenadyer/

 

 

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