Miracles by Stuart Wilde
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Stuart makes the point that creating miracles in our lives is no more complicated than understanding the metaphysics of the Universal Law, which states that within human beings there lies an immense power . . . and this power is impartial and unemotional. And because that law is indestructible and therefore infinite, we know that the power used by miracle-makers in the past is still available today. Yet, in our modern society, we are brought up to believe only in those things we can logically understand. We are not taught that the Universal Law has limitless potential or that this power is at our disposal and can be used to work miracles in our lives.

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Stuart Wilde is an author and international lecturer, and one of the real characters of the self-help, human-potential movement. His style is humorous, poignant, and transformational. He is the author of 20 books, including The Art of Redemption, Grace, Gaia, and the End of Days; and many self-help titles such as Life Was Never Meant to Be a Struggle, The Little Money Bible, The Quickening, Silent Power, Whispering Winds of Change, and Infinite Self. You can follow him daily on his blog: www.stuartwildeblog.com
Published January 1, 2008 by Hay House. 80 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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