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Wayne Dyer and the Joy Train

“Ever since happiness heard your name, it has been running through the streets trying to find you.”–Hafiz

Yesterday, at Spiritual Entrepreneurs (one of my power posses), we stood up and gave Wayne Dyer a standing ovation. As Christiane Northrup said, he did it the right way. “Happy, healthy, gone.”

And even though we’re a closed group, we added Dr. Dyer to our roster. Because, here’s the thing. Wayne Dyer is now with all of us. All the time. He’s on that team of unseen forces that guides and blesses us. Always.

When we’re not on the joy train, sometimes the engine and the box car with all the gifts chugs right on by.

Lucky for us, it keeps on circling. Always circling. Waiting for us to get on the frequency of joy, the topic of the book I just turned in.

When you live in joy (Annola dubbed it Just. Open. Yourself.), all you have to do is sit back, enjoy your coffee (or your green smoothie or your bubble tea) and follow the beeps.

You will be led. Only your struggle and belief in difficulties could ever keep it away.

And, yes, it really is that easy.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the recently-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

32 Responses

  1. Funny thing happened to me the other day. I opened a small closet that is filled with book shelves and your book, E-Squared hit me in the head. I remember looking for something and putting your book to the side. I have it in front of me now and going to look to see what wonderful thing it was that was trying to get my attention.

    Wayne Dyer was truly one of the best!
    Thanks Pam!

  2. Yes! Glad to hear that Wayne did the “Happy, healthy, gone” for us all to model. I first heard that expression when Jerry Hicks pass on as well. It’s important to remember that we do have choices not only in the way we live but in the way we transition into what’s next. Thanks for this short story.

  3. Thank you for the beautiful Hafiz poem + this awesome post. I’m hopping on the Joy Train with y’all! 🙂

  4. Hi dear Pam, that’s exactly what I thought when I heard the news, he is with us all the time now, as so many others we loved. It’s nice to know it! Blessings my friend! Your book is in Italian now, when are you coming to Italy?

    1. Thanks, Mary. It went to the publisher, not the printer. It doesn’t come out until next September. Working with a publisher is a LONG process.

    1. Partly, because you keep saying you can’t. You can. You have to believe that, imagine that, let it form in your material reality. It is only our repeating of the “I can’t” that keeps it in place.

    2. Dee Dee, my practice is finding/creating joy in single moments. When I ask myself what joy is in this exact moment — and I begin to scan for it or create it for someone — it makes it more doable. Holding my cat while she purrs, tasting lime, feeling the sun on my face, sending a card to someone who needs some cheer, complimenting a stranger, experiencing the luxury of running water, smelling eucalyptus, laughing with my son … simple moments of joy that add up to a ride on the Joy Train.

  5. I’ve been getting thank you notes from people on my list for the past day. As you may know, Hay House has released the free viewings of Wayne Dyer’s movie, “The Shift.” I was skeptical of it because it has actors in a dramatic film, with a world famous philosopher who isn’t an actor, playing himself. Am I ever glad I watched that film.

    Here’s the Hay House Link. It’s only up for a few more days, so take advantage of it!

  6. Wonderful post. “When you live in joy…it really is that easy.” Spot on. The reverberations of each of us go on forever. Wayne was very deliberate with his, and we are all blessed for it.

  7. Wow, I’m trying to channel my Joy. I love this article and believe “yes, it is that easy’

    I love your articles and stories because they are so full of positive encouragement! You’re on the right track and I look forward to joining you on the joy train!

    Warm regards, Stephanie

    Sent from my iPhone


  8. Hi Pam
    Thanks so much for your latest joy post.You always seem to bring such beautiful sunshine into everything you say and write.
    Was just thinking of Wayne talking about his friend ,Gus,the spider that lived behind his toilet…he had to keep telling his maid not to kill it because it was his friend!

  9. That’s how I want to go. Healthy, happy, gone. Change of address. I’ve been on this path for so many years and the joy train is the best mode of transportation. By the time I got done with the Abraham books, everything else came easier. I struggled with depression for years and years and years. Lots of meds. Now, I’m just grateful and content. Happy all the time with whatever happens. My back porch caught fire two weeks ago at the back of my manufactured home. I ran inside, woke up Tech Support and said we had fire. He put it out in short order but my ex-sister-in-law was so upset with herself because it was her cigarette that technically started it. I told her I started it. The deck has bad spots in it and when we took it apart to rebuild, we saw so much dry rot that it could have been real ugly at some point. I saw the silver lining and wanted to change the configuration of that deck since I bought the place last year . She did me a favor but it was my desire for it to be rebuilt that brought it about. There are no accidents. I was oddly calm when I saw the flames. Did you know bark mulch burns silently?? It helped another blogger who read my post about it keep from losing her new home to it as well. She had a lot more to lose but we are both grateful. That’s where I stay.

  10. Well said “Wayne is with all of us” so exciting to know this. Always wanted to meet him, know he knows us 😉

  11. This blog caught my attention (they all do, but I wanted to reply to this one) You said about Wayne Dyer, “here’s the thing. Wayne Dyer is now with all of us. All the time”. I immediately thought of “Lucy”, the movie with Scarlett Johansson. Sure it took breaking open the bag of blue powder that she was forced to swallow, but in the end of the move she sent a message that said “I am Everywhere”. This all about a fearful, tearful soul who goes from fear to extreme power in (blue powder) accelerated steps. It didn’t do well in the box office, but to me it came with the most powerful of messages. Find and know your power because it is vast and has NO LIMITS. Wow. I have to see this one again for an awesome reminder of who we really are and who we can be in our own human lifetimes. If you haven’t seen it… I recommend!

  12. I never go to sleep at night lately, without reading some part of E3, and ive been doing this type of Truth work for many years. There have been ups and downs, but mostly up as i focus on the Truth of who i really am. I attract wonderful loving new friends into my life. My daughter is finally getting sober, and i am back writing some “very good stuff” for a new book i didnt know was in me.
    Thank you again for opening up the space for me to write wholeheartedly.
    You, and your writing have been a wonderful transfusion of great good in my life. You have a wonderful ministry dear one.

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