Miracles Now

Miracles Now

Miracles Now is an easily assimilated approach to improving your life.  Gabrielle Bernstein has laid out “108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose.” She’s right; they work.  It’s worth your time.

For many readers these shared concepts are not new–and yet you will find them to be supportive, helpful reminders of action you can take to help you on your path, right where you are. Short. Sweet. Immediate. Ahh.

Each of the 108 tools is presented in the same pattern, and is easily broken down into a bite-sized nugget of wisdom: it opens with a descriptive title, continues with an entry of exploration and understanding, and closes with a Tweetable message. If you choose to follow and add to Twitter, simply use #MiraclesNow as suggested with each Tweetable. If not, enjoy the synopsis message to carry in your heart!

This book can be used in a variety of ways.  Although I began using it as a daily meditation, I quickly decided I couldn’t wait 108 days to finish!  A few a day, when I created a moment to enjoy, was incredibly fulfilling for me. Now, I will go back and use the table of contents to revisit whichever topic jumps out at me for that day.

Gabrielle’s writing style is wonderful to read–it’s as if you and she are sitting on your own couch with your feet tucked under you, simply visiting.

This book makes a necessary addition to anyone’s spiritual supplemental reading, and is a no-brainer as a gift to give as well.

I received this book from Hay House in exchange for my honest opinion of it.  No paid endorsements here, just sharing the love!

AmazonHay HouseBarnes & NobleChapters Indigo

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