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Miracles Can Happen to You!We normally use the term “miraculous” to describe dramatic, larger-than-life events, but not all miracles are out of this world. Ordinary miracles — surprising positive occurrences, such as surviving a horrible automobile accident or finding our soul mate — can happen in our everyday lives. A scientist as well as a student of metaphysics, Dr. CarMiracles Can Happen to You!We normally use the term “miraculous” to describe dramatic, larger-than-life events, but not all miracles are out of this world. Ordinary miracles — surprising positive occurrences, such as surviving a horrible automobile accident or finding our soul mate — can happen in our everyday lives. A scientist as well as a student of metaphysics, Dr. Carolyn Miller has spent more than twenty-five years researching the elements that are common in real-life miracles. She has discovered that ordinary people often survive impending disaster by entering a serene state of consciousness and following inner guidance. In Creating Miracles, Dr. Miller shares specific suggestions and techniques, such as tapping into our intuition and disarming our ego, for cultivating a state of miracle-readiness in our lives. Through the true stories and amazing experiences she relates in this book, she demonstrates that miracles are real and that accessing them requires only that we follow some clear and simple steps....

Title : Creating Miracles
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ISBN : 19303763
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
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Creating Miracles Reviews

  • D.A. Cairns
    2018-12-26 04:22

    If it looks New Age, and sounds New Age, then it's New Age. Despite the expectation of a load of touchy feely, positive thinking nonsense, I began reading Creating Miracles with an open mind. The first eight chapters were full of jaw dropping stories of divine interventions. I was really enjoying it until chapter 8. From there it was a slide into the aforementioned abyss. I just don't buy it.I believed the stories and I believe in miracles, but the focus on the power of the mind and the assistance given to individuals by a plethora of inner guides made me uncomfortable. Creating Miracles espouses an essentially humanistic philosophy which asserts that people save themselves with their minds, despite frequent references to God and other higher beings.I'm a Christian so I reject New Age teaching, as deceptive and perhaps even dangerous. However it was very well written and the author argued her point very clearly, and I'm sure that many people would have been greatly blessed and encouraged by reading it. Call me narrow minded if you wish, but any attempt to sideline the sovereignty of God and the grace of Jesus Christ is false teaching.Read this if you are into this sort of thing, or if you have an open mind. I only gave it three stars because it was well written and I loved the miracle stories in the first seven chapters.