Knowing the Connection with Those We Love Survives Death

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May 4, 2021

Knowing the Connection with Those We Love Survives Death

Saje Dyer May 4, 2021

Saje Dyer is a writer and speaker and the author of Good-bye, Bumps!: Talking to What’s Bugging You. She was a featured speaker in the 2014 Game Changer Global Summit. She is also the daughter of the bestselling author and teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer. In this podcast, Sounds True founder Tami Simon speaks with Saje about her new book, The Knowing: 11 Lessons to Understand the Quiet Urges of Your Soul (coauthored with her sister, Serena Dyer Pisoni). Tami and Saje discuss her relationship with her “famous dad,” the lessons she learned growing up in the Dyer family, signs that Wayne knew his time on earth was coming to an end, and Saje’s deep sense of the many ways her dad is still here with her.

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Knowing the Connection with Those We Love Survives Dea...

Saje Dyer is a writer and speaker and the author of Good-bye, Bumps!: Talking to What’s Bugging You. She was a featured speaker in the 2014 Game Changer Global Summit. She is also the daughter of the bestselling author and teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer. In this podcast, Sounds True founder Tami Simon speaks with Saje about her new book, The Knowing: 11 Lessons to Understand the Quiet Urges of Your Soul (coauthored with her sister, Serena Dyer Pisoni). Tami and Saje discuss her relationship with her “famous dad,” the lessons she learned growing up in the Dyer family, signs that Wayne knew his time on earth was coming to an end, and Saje’s deep sense of the many ways her dad is still here with her.

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