Wayne Dyer was angry, and with good reason…

Why self-acceptance, although oftentimes difficult, is so critical in our lives, and how you can get to a place of self-acceptance faster


2014 Tapping World Summit

The “plane story” that best-selling author Wayne Dyer tells in this exclusive interview with Nick Ortner for the upcoming 6th annual Tapping World Summit, at about the 20th minute, is hilarious.  🙂

Let’s just say that it involves Wayne coming out of a bathroom on a plane covered in sweat from head-to-toe, and I’ll leave the rest for you to hear right from him:

Tapping World Summit 2014

The story is just one part of a powerful, heart-warming, and very thought-provoking interview with Wayne, which is part of the pre-event video series for the upcoming 6th annual Tapping World Summit, an event that had over 500,000 attendees last year.  If you don’t know what Tapping is, you’ll want to learn about it during this event.

Some of the other things that Wayne discussed in this video include:

– How to use the power of forgiveness, with both yourself and others, to truly transform your life.

During this part he tells an eye-opening story of his visit to Biloxi, Mississippi at the age of 34 where he went to the the grave of his father to literally “pee” on his grave.  (There’s a lot more to the story.  You’ll understand why that was his intention after you hear it from Wayne, and why it was so powerful and life-changing).

– The importance of the physical body with our spiritual experience.

– Why self-acceptance, although oftentimes difficult, is so critical in our lives, and how you can get to a place of self-acceptance faster.

– The transformative power of giving and how you can use it to improve your life.

– And much more.

I hope you take a few minutes to watch this video and I highly recommend attending the 10 day Tapping World Summit, which begins on February 24th.  This event has had over a million people attend it over the last 5 years.  It is a huge, life-changing, no-cost event.

Tapping World Summit 2014

I’ll see you there!

Linda Ballis