Creating Miracles by Carolyn G. Miller, Ph.D.

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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. 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.

About Carolyn G. Miller, Ph.D.

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Carolyn Godschild Miller, holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology and has taught at both graduate and undergraduate levels for more than twenty years. A researcher, she trains psychologists in scientific methodology and has authored numerous professional articles. She and her husband Arnold Weiss are founding directors of the Los Angeles-based Foundation and Institute for the Study of A Course in Miracles. She is also the author of Soulmates: Following Inner Guidance to the Relationship of Your Dreams. She lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Published February 19, 2011 by HJ Kramer/New World Library. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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