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Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose Paperback – April 28, 2015
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About the Author
role model” by The New York Times. Gabrielle was chosen as one of 16 YouTube Next Video Bloggers, she was named one of Mashable’s 11 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Inspiration, and she was featured on the Forbes List of 20 Best Branded Women. Gabrielle has a monthly segment on the Today show and a weekly radio show on Hay House Radio. She has been featured in media outlets such as The New York Times Sunday Styles, ELLE, OWN, Kathy Lee & Hoda, Oprah Radio, Anderson Live, Access Hollywood, Marie Claire, Health, SELF, Women’s Health, Glamour, The New York Times Thursday Styles, Sunday Times UK, and many more.
Top Customer Reviews
just not feeling 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).
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.Read more ›
I was further disappointed when I discovered that the author provides the opportunity to TITHE TO HER via her website.
The level of marketing and commercialism associated with this book has tainted the contents. After watching one or two of her videos, I did not see sincerity or authenticity, I just observed the ego in a huge display of narcissim. I have had a great deal of success in my life. I do not need to read a trite rehash of ACIM by someone whose claim to fame is being an ex-drug addict.
Great tittle, a lot of potential, specially with all the marketing that went in to it.
It feels like a very lazy writing. Writing with passion is essential, she could have waited until her energy was vibrating from a place of "ok everyone have already said it but this is my way of getting it through" instead it was written like lots of scattered bits of information being thrown from who knows where, taken right out of somebody else's mouth.
I know Gabriel can do much better than that.
I feel like I flushed money down the toilet.
Since money is energy, you do the math...
When I attended Hay House’s recent I Can Do It conference in Denver I was browsing Gabrielle Bernstein’s “Miracles Now: Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose” at the bookstore. “I was so hoping to hear Gabby speak today,” said a woman in her 20′s next to me, disappointed that Bernstein’s appearance at the conference had been cancelled. “Gabby is reaching the younger generation with her message,” she said. Having listened to Bernstein’s Hay House radio program in the past I said, “I like her, too, and I’m old!” But I had never read any of Bernstein’s books. Until now.
Miracles Now does indeed appeal to the young and old with its practical, easy to understand spiritual lessons. Divided into 108 short chapters (most one or two pages), I liked reading a few pages after my morning meditation, and a few more in the evening before going to bed. Bernstein, very much in tune with social media, has a inspirational quote at the end of each chapter just perfect to summarize the topic and to share with your twitter followers. I sent out on my twitter feed the ones that had the most impact on me, such as:
“People who value themselves attract people who value them, too.” — Kate Northrup #MiraclesNow
The key to getting what you want is to ASK FOR IT. #MiraclesNow
I surrender my desires & I know the Universe has my back. #MiraclesNow
You don’t need to find your purpose.Your purpose will find you. #MiraclesNow
Is twitter not your thing? You can “pin it, post it to Facebook, or pass it along on Instagram” instead, says Gabby.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was just what I needed. Many,many yoga poses and explanations that were very helpful.Published 2 days ago by Dana Leopold
Amazing book! Quick read, powerful messages! Highly recommended!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Gabby does it again!! A great first read for those wanting to start a spiritual practice or those seasoned in practices. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J&E's mom
Even though I really liked the shortness and practical advice of the chapters, it annoyed me that the author seems to try to push me to share her content. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tom
Simple. To the point. Easy to read on the go. Practical tips to use instantly. Kundalini mediation tips included in the book with black and white photos scattered through out the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anna Chilingarian
Who doesn't love Gabby?!?! I have read all of her books and am a big fanPublished 4 months ago by kelambiase