Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, affectionately called the "father of motivation" by his fans, is one of the most widely known and respected people in the field of self-empowerment. He became a well-known author with his best-selling book, Your Erroneous Zones, and has gone on to write many other self-help classics. Despite his childhood spent in orphanages and foster homes, Dr. Dyer, who has a doctorate in counseling psychotherapy, has overcome many obstacles to make his dreams come true. Today he spends much of his time showing others how to do the same.
Renowned author Dr. Wayne Dyer and foremost authority in bridging science and spirit Dr. Bruce Lipton discussed how genes and DNA do not control our body, and how MEMES, or mind viruses, are infecting our population. In the first hour, trends analyst Gerald Celente offered commentary about the economy. ... More »Host: George Noory
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'Hope' hotline in honor of Coast producer Tom Danheiser's uncle, who passed away recently. Anthony in Illinois recounted the unusual circumstances surrounding the time his mom was diagnosed with a large brain tumor. While in the hospital, Anthony said he and his mom were visited by "an extremely handsome looking Hawaiian gentleman with striking features." According to Anthony, the Hawaiian man put his hand on his mother's head, asked him to say the Lord's Prayer, gave them communion, and said "everything will be okay." Anthony said the man mysteriously vanished and when his mom was given more tests they found the tumor had shrunk to the size of the tip of a baby's finger. One caller told George that his dog's personality changed after he had the animal implanted with a microchip ID. Before the dog was very aggressive, the caller explained, but after the implant he became like a docile cat. Another caller phoned in with a story that wa ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Wayne Dyer shared his ideas on the power of intention and how his work has evolved from the psychological into the spiritual over the years. "We are spiritual beings having a temporary human experience," he said of our lives. Citing Jung's four ascending archetypes-- the athlete, the warrior, the statesman and the spirit, he said these can be stages that people evolve through. ... More »Host: George Noory