“This book is our song for our father and for everyone, because we’re all born with a Knowing—an inner compass, the quiet urgings of our soul that guide us. It is through giving love, offering kindness, and paying attention that we can return to our Knowing.”
—Saje Dyer and Serena Dyer Pisoni
Saje Dyer and Serena Dyer Pisoni, the daughters of beloved teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer, share their ever-evolving understanding of their father’s timeless teachings in THE KNOWING.
THE KNOWING published by SoundsTrue, May 2021
Eleven Lessons to Understand the Quiet Urges of Your Soul
By Saje Dyer and Serena Dyer Pisoni On Sale May 11, 2021
To millions of readers around the world, Wayne Dyer was the beloved “Father of Motivation”—but to Serena, Saje, and their six siblings, he was simply “Dad.” When he died suddenly in 2015, the sisters were blindsided by grief and felt unprepared to navigate life’s challenges and conflicts without his guidance.
The experience launched them on an adventure from loss to understanding as they came to realize and metabolize their father’s teachings with a new urgency, intimacy, and power as they applied them to their lives. As their journey unfolded, they realized their father’s wisdom—“The Knowing”—was embedded in their DNA . . . as it is for all of us. Dr. Dyer taught that each of us is born with an inner Knowing of our divine self—and when we let that Knowing guide us, our lives align to purpose.
“We didn’t discover The Knowing,” write the authors. “We simply
returned to it.” In THE KNOWING: Eleven Lessons to Understand the
Quiet Urges of Your Soul, Saje Dyer and Serena Dyer Pisoni share how
they recommitted to the teachings of their father and, in doing so, created
their own evolution of his principles that they teach today. They share the
eleven lessons that cracked them open and sparked their own spiritual
journey, with insights on death, coincidences, embracing silence, receiving and accepting messages from Spirit, and more that will help you rediscover your own Knowing
Music featured by Skye Dyer from the album “Letting Go”.