Miracles Now

Miracles Now

108 Life-changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding your True Purpose

Book - 2014
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Bernstein, author of "May Cause Miracles," knows that most of us don't have time for an hour of yoga or 30 minutes of meditation to dissolve our anxiety, so she has hand-picked 111 techniques to combat out most common problems - from fear and anxiety to burnout and fatigue. She breaks down each technique 'Spirit Junkie' style - with meditations, assessment questions, and step-by-step guidance - while incorporating lessons from "A Course in Miracles."
Publisher: Carlsbad, California :, Hay House, Inc.,, 2014
Edition: 1st edition
ISBN: 9781401944346
Branch Call Number: 155.9042 BER NVD
Characteristics: 272 pages


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Sep 16, 2017

Another great offering by Bernstein, this is a collection of 108 brief, assorted, daily focuses - some intentions from Course in Miracles, some meditations from Kundalini yoga, and some creative activities of her own making (or further borrowings) - all designed to guide the reader to live more fully, with less stress and ego, and more love and peace.

ksoles Jul 04, 2014

I would not ordinarily feel drawn to a book entitled "Miracles Now"; I can both appreciate the religious importance of miracles and understand what might drive a person to believe in them but I remain skeptical that they ever truly occur. The subtitle, however, captured my interest and ultimately sums up the book's content: "108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow and Finding Your True Purpose."

Gabrielle Bernstein describes quick and simple ways of tackling a variety of common mental difficulties, from stress and insomnia to job worries, stage fright and learning when to say "no." In her first section, she gives readers a powerful mantra: "Happiness is a choice I make." Subsequently, she expands on this premise and offers ways to surrender obsession, release irrationality and respond with peace. Each brief but satisfying chapter contains a clear few paragraphs describing quick and easy techniques like short meditations, breathing exercises and positive affirmations.

"Miracles Now" also keeps social media junkies in mind. Each section ends with a 140-character summary (perfect for tweeting) and Bernstein even gives advice to those harassed by unpleasant Facebook posts: “Forgive and delete”. Reading Bernstein's book may not result in world peace of a cure for cancer but it does prove that miracles can start small, with a deep breath, a smile and a touch of optimism.

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