In spite of recently being diagnosed with leukemia, Dr. Wayne Dyer is staying true to his message of the power of positive thinking. Last night ABC News aired their interview with Wayne Dyer in which ABC insinuated that positive thinking could be dangerous psycho-babble because some believe positive thinking leads to people blaming themselves for negative events in their life. Wayne Dyer responded to this critique by explaining that when bad things happen to us in life, positive thinking can help us overcome those obstacles and lead to spiritual breakthroughs that would not have occurred in the absence of the obstacles.
Wayne Dyer not only talks the talk, but he also walks the walk. His personal response to having leukemia inspires peace and optimism because he says having leukemia is not going to cause him to worry. He says he lives a worry free life and believes positive thinking helps him create more peaceful circumstances and increases the likelihood of others creating health and happiness.