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Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose
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Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose [Format Kindle]

Gabrielle Bernstein

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Let’s be real for a sec. Most of us don’t have time for an hour of yoga or 30 minutes of meditation every day. We’re overwhelmed as it is. Our spiritual practice shouldn’t add to that.

That’s why I’ve handpicked 108 simple techniques to combat our most common problems—stress, burnout, frustration, jealousy, resentment. The stuff we have to deal with on a daily basis. This book is designed so that you can achieve peace and experience miracles now.

Inspired by some of the greatest spiritual teachings, these practical, moment-to-moment tools will help you eliminate blocks and live with more ease. They’re powerful, life-changing meditations and principles, modernized and broken down into easy-to-digest techniques to fit your lifestyle.

Throughout the book, I share principles from both A Course in Miracles and Kundalini yoga and meditation. These tools can help you find your connection to your inner strength. When you practice these techniques, fear will melt away, inspiration will spring up, and a sense of peace will set in.

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  • Editeur : Hay House, Inc.; Édition : New York Times Bestseller (8 avril 2014)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Some good tools 21 mai 2014
Par Patti Foy - Publié sur
I have mixed feelings about this book but all in all, I'm glad to have it.

First, I think the title may be misleading. Its content is not about what most people think of as miracles.

According to the Oxford dictionary, a miracle is "A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency. The miracle of rising from the grave."

But just so you can see the contrast, the author says you'll experience " ... positive inner and outer shifts. Each shift is a miracle."

She includes helpful quotes from A Course in Miracles (which IS about miracles IMHO, although also not as defined by the Oxford dictionary). However, taken out of context and standalone they don't have the same effect as when you're actually a student of the course.

So while I do think that calling what she offers in this book "miracles" is an extreme overstatement, the subtitle is very much in line with what it offers: less stress, more flow, and finding your true purpose (although there's not much directly about purpose).

>> Content

I didn't find this book to be really profound or deep or even radical if that's what you're looking for. But for what it is, I think it can be useful.

Most of the tools are related to working with energy. They seem subtle, yet because they work at a deeper level, they can have more impact and their effects can be expansive.

I think for the mainstream it might be a nice, gentle lead-in to acknowledging the idea that energy itself is something to be considered and worked with and played with and that we can take advantage of our knowledge and use of in our everyday lives, in practical terms. That it's not just a far-out woo-woo kind of idea.

Included are a lot of tools that can help physiologically with moods and "raising vibes".

It depends on where you are with being exposed to things like this, but majority of these tools I've seen or heard of before. They include practices such as smile, hug someone, use a God box, be willing to say "no", and focus on the positive instead of the negative, etc.

Many are the kinds of tools you can find on the internet. Just search on a term and find them all over on blogs. Even so, it is nice to have these all together in a book.

And many I have NOT seen before.

She does give you crash-courses in kinesiology, tapping, yoga nidra (complete with a downloadable audio but it's very short), kundalini yoga, some guided meditations and meditation techniques.

NOTE: My disappointment at the yoga nidra audio made me appreciate even more the wonderful yoga nidra CD I have and very much enjoy. It's "Yoga Nidra Cat Naps" (by Debbie Jensen-Grubb) and I highly recommend it! (FYI, yoga nidra is a specific type of guided meditation where just 1 hour equals about 4 hours of sleep. It's amazing.)

>> Resources

I appreciate that she backs up a lot of what she says with data and also has quite a few references to other resources.

She makes her own related resources available to you -- these are mainly how-to's and audio versions of exercises -- but it turns out that very few of the downloads are free and there's one video that can be watched online but not downloaded.

Most of the videos she mentions are accessed via a package you can buy from her site.

>> Time Investment and Effectiveness

Many of these tools take a decent amount of time/focus to do them, so you'll need to make a commitment and be willing to invest some time.

Any one may affect you in a unique way such that it can make a big and positive difference. For example, one is about introspection, getting things on paper and looking at things that you might not typically take the time to make a note of and decide to address. Another one encourages you to feel your feelings directly; to go through the process of fully feeling them and allowing them to pass through you as you watch and experience them.

She often explores reasons why you might have difficulty following through with some of these, which helps give you some insights into your own self.

>> How to Use the Book

Most of the tools are not just ideas or concepts but practices or exercises. Toward the end she encourages you to choose one to practice for 40 days, for a lasting change.

"I believe in adding up subtle shifts. I also believe in repetition. There's no need to push, control, or force anything to happen. Trust that real change occurs subtly over time."

She also gives what she calls quick exercises to give you relief. Many are related to certain issues you might experience infrequently, and it seems to me that those are tools you would NOT practice regularly.

But because this book addresses an odd assortment of topics -- and some to use regularly and some to give quick relief -- I think it might be a little hard to use.

I think it could benefit a lot from an index. Not all the tool names are descriptive of all that they address. It would be great to be able to look up whichever tools are relevant to whatever topic you want to work with.

A few of the index references could be (for example): indecision, forgiveness, prayer(s), relationship, accessing intuition, fear, abundance, synchronicity, sleep.

On the other hand, if you want to play with trust, intuition, or guidance (also topics of several of the tools), then take some of her suggestions to heart:

"This book is not designed for you to do all at once. It's a self-study curriculum. Trust your intuition and let your inner voice lead you to the exercises that are best for you at this time."


"Whenever you're stuck, open the book to any page and trust that your inner guide has led you to the perfect exercise."

Ultimately, it seems to me this book can help you live more consciously, resulting in less stress and more flow. That is, if you're willing to use the tools!

Note: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes and this review reflects my honest evaluation.

[All quotes from Miracles Now by Gabrielle Bernstein, except where noted.]
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Wouldn't recommend it 26 avril 2014
Par tracey - Publié sur
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I was so excited to read this book but I was really disappointed by it. My biggest peeve with this book is that the author asks for the reader to tweet or post about it after every chapter using a hashtag #miraclesnow which feels very unauthentic; I feel disconnected from the book because I feel the author is more concerned about self promotion. I'm hoping that isn't her intention, bit still...I'm
just not feeling it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Powerful book! 10 avril 2014
Par Mike Robbins - Publié sur
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This book helped me realize that I can make simple shifts on a daily basis that can have big impact in my life. Most of us are so busy, especially these days. I appreciate how this book is laid out and written so that I can pick it up, open to any chapter, and get a specific and tangible technique to use to help lower my stress level and connect me with what truly matters! Thank you Gabby...this book is a real gift!
9 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 No So Much 12 juin 2014
Par Daneen J. Dixon - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
A lot of the ideas and thoughts are a repeat of Marianne Williamson's "A Course of Miracles". If you like this information I would suggest purchasing her books as they are much better. Some of the information was so basic and obvious, I could have written it. Also, the request to tweet at the end of chapters was annoying as I felt like I was asked to promote her book on her behalf.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beauty In the Eyes 30 avril 2014
Par dionna - Publié sur
Ok, so....I’m in my mid-late 20s. I’m someone who is interested in health and beauty, very girly and I can get quite bored with some books that cover the same topics as this one, even if I love the message. It is so incredibly rare to come across a book that discusses wisdom in such a way that it isn’t stuffy and it isn’t superficial and cookie-cutter. I could recommend this book to an adult and just as easily recommend it to a teen. Male or female. It’s that good.

Usually books that aren’t fiction, I usually purchase a hard copy. I really enjoy reading fiction just before bed, as my sleepy brain can’t comprehend deep thoughts when I’m exhausted. And I can read them in the dark on my ipad (I know, the light is supposed to be bad for sleep, but I can’t help it). Anything about life, religion, health, etc… I prefer a hard copy so I can carry it around and read outside or just read bits and pieces throughout the day. Plus I find it easier to leaf through it if I want to go back later and re-read parts.

Unfortunately, I got this as an e-book. And late one night, a personal problem was just on my mind preventing me from sleeping and I thought, “Oh, I’ll just read to get my mind off of things.” I started this book and immediately fell in love. I had heard of this author before, as she’s written previous books; Spirit Junkie, Adding more ~ing to Your Life, to name a few… I passed them up because, well, Spirit Junkie seemed a little too “new-agey” for my taste. Adding More ~ing sounded immature. I’ll admit, I was curious, but not sold.

This book sounded a little more “normal” haha… I do believe in miracles! As if the title weren’t long enough, I feel that words like life-changing, less stress, and finding your true purpose…are some pretty big promises! That’s a lot of pressure for one little book. I glanced at the table of contents (miserable because I couldn’t sleep, despite being sleep-deprived) and decided to read a few pages.

Basically, the author sort of meshes teachings that she’s learned and practiced throughout the years. She can’t be much older than me, but I can tell she has studied a lot of books and techniques for reducing stress and practiced positivity and mind/body personal development.

She takes lessons from the popular book “A Course in Miracles”, famous teachings from many spiritual leaders and writes about these lessons in such a way that it’s much easier for an audience to read. It’s great for someone who doesn’t have time to make it their job to sit and go through this abundance of information. It took me several years worth of reading to really compile the topics that she’s written about in this book. It’s almost like a cheat-sheet for someone that wants to get straight to the point.

I found a lot of these lessons very valuble. Some, I’d practiced/learned previously, but some were new to me. The ones that weren’t new didn’t bother me, because it’s a journey to better one’s self. You may learn something once, but the more you think about it and read about it and the more you practice it, the more it becomes a part of you and I love that.

If you’re someone who enjoys authors such as Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Don Miguel Ruiz– you will very much enjoy what this book has to offer. I will say that it is put together in quite a simplistic manner. This is something that you can read maybe a page each day (similar to a devotional or something along those lines) or you can read it just like a regular book. Each topic is presented in generally a page or two. And as the title suggests, it offers 108 topics.

A few examples of topics covered (from the table of contents):

* Happiness is a choice you make.
* Worry is a prayer of chaos. (Amen to that! haha)
* “The miracle comes quietly.”
* “All minds are joined.”
* Bust through the blocks with a breath of fire.
* To feel supported, support yourself.

I hope you guys have found this review helpful. It’s one of my favorite books that I’ve read in awhile.

Disclaimer- This book was sent to me for free in exchange for an honest review. However, all opinions are entirely my own. If I didn’t like it, I would state it in the review! As always, I’m not going to recommend something that I would not go out and purchase myself!
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