Wayne Dyer, best-selling self-help author, dead at 75
Wayne Dyer, the self-help guru who wrote the best-selling book "Your Erroneous Zones," died Saturday in Maui, Hawaii, at age 75, his publisher and family reported via Facebook.
In 2009, Dyer was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia but he claimed to have treated the disease with positive thinking, daily exercise and "psychic surgery" by the Brazilian spiritualist João Teixeira de Faria.
Celebrities react to Dyer's death:
Dyer was a friend and frequent guest of Oprah Winfrey, appearing on her show many times over the years. The former daily talk-show host and head of the OWN network, tweeted a tribute on Sunday night:
It was always a pleasure to talk to @DrWayneWDyer about life's big questions. He always had big answers. RIP Wayne. You brought the Light.
The world has lost an incredible man. Wayne Dyer officiated our wedding & was an inspiration to so many. Sending love pic.twitter.com/kzsCS278jr
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