Continued review and quotes from Wayne Dyer's book.
See Part 1 at You'll See it When You Believe it
"The real you, the unique you, is 99 percent invisible, untouchable, unsmellable, and impervious to the physical senses, which know only form. The largest chunk of who you really are is something beyond form. It has been called your mind, or your feelings, or your thoughts, or your higher consciousness, but whatever it is, it certainly is not form. All of your thought and your spiritual awareness are in this other formless dimension."
"...transformation... means the result or action of going beyond one's form."
"There are no limits to your ability to think. You can imagine yourself doing anything. You can have a perfect relationship with your mate in pure thought. You can be anything, go anywhere, experience all that you want, in this dimension of thought, exclusive of form...you can experience a major portion of your life in this dimension of transcending your form. At the same time you will be able to maintain your form and honor its requirements and lovingly understand its signals, while still knowing it is serving you, the real you."
"And be not conformed to this world: But be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." - The Apostle Paul, Romans 12:2
"Your belief in your body's ability to heal itself will begin to reflect how you take care of the precious temple that houses you. Fear of death will dissolve as you come closer to an awareness that thought, thinking, your essential self, never dies."
Some Signs and Symptoms of Inner Peace
A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences
An mistable ability to enjoy each moment
A loss of interest in judging other people
A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others
A loss of interest in conflict
A loss of the ability to worry
Frequent, overwhelming episodes of appreciation
Contented feelings of connectedness with others and nature
Frequent attacks of smiling
An increased susceptibility to the love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to extend it
"In effect you will begin to tap the enormous power of your mind. You will peacefully meditate though others about you may be in a frenzy. You will be the power of of a quiet mind, and you will choose to go there often. You will discover things about yourself that you perhaps never considered before. You will be in that perfect intelligence that is within all form, in that miraculous inner space where everything that you can visualize is possible."
"...what is astonishing to me is that this tendency toward wholesome eating habits has flowed from a more loving approach to myself and to all life, not from a desire to enhance my physical attractiveness or strength or to achieve physical longevity."
"...what I am experiencing is a much deeper involvement with life, wherein I know precisely what I am about, and cannot be deterred from that path. I am able to stay on my path, doing what I love and loving what I do...because I have transformed myself from a person who had absolute judgments which required fixed and rigid responses to a person who sees and knows that any human experience is an opportunity to reflect on where I am or am not."
See also I Can See Clearly Now