Marianne Williamson, the acclaimed lecturer and bestselling author, has gained international prominence through her spiritual reflections on modern life. Here, she brings you 50 beautifully realized cards that reflect the miracles inherent in our everyday lives. On subjects ranging from relationships to the future of the planet, Williamson applies universal truths to issues that confront all of us on our daily journey.
Easy Breezy Miracle
What would it be like to experience miracles on a daily basis? Easy Breezy Miracle makes miracles accessible to everyone! Combining both scientific and spiritual concepts, this guidebook empowers you to create miracles in every area of your life. Miracles are no longer something we only read about in fairy tales. They are real, and you absolutely deserve to experience an overflow of them. Easy Breezy Miracle will change your perspective of what miracles are and help you become a miracle magnet!
Self working Card Tricks
72 spectacular and entertaining tricks: card locations, coincidence tricks, mental magic with cards, tricks with double endings, tricks with two decks, predictions, tricks with borrowed decks, trick poker deals. Easy-to-learn, clearly illustrated, these tricks produce spectacular effects with a minimum of practice. 42 illustrations.
Miracle Cards Prepack
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You Can Expect a Miracle
In 2008 with the publication of You Can EXPECT A MIRACLE ... The Book To Change Your Life, the 'ripple effect' was set in motion. This very powerful thought, alongside the magnetic 'Expect A Miracle' Cards, has seen a worldwide movement spring to life. This simple, yet very powerful message has been spread in book stores by the sale of the first book, online with the eBook edition available on Kindle, Smashwords and from our online shop. I had personally handed out over fifty thousand Expect A Miracle cards to people I'd met all over the world in the previous 21 years. Four years on, that number of Expect A Miracle cards I have handed out has grown to over ninety six thousand. Since 2008, thousands of visitors to www.expectamiracle.com have printed hundreds and thousands of 'Expect A Miracle' cards. In Australia over the past year, on a number of occasions, I have had people give me an Expect A Miracle card. When I have shared with them that I'm 'The Miracle Man' and the cards started with me twenty six years ago, they are amazed. On each occasion the person involved has displayed a wonderful attitude of gratitude. In the four years since the book has been published in the US and Australia, it has gone to three printings and been made available in bookstores across the country, on Amazon and many other websites. I enjoyed the personal contact of book signings at Angus & Robertson in Australia, and at Borders and Barnes and Noble in the United States. Probably the best moment for me personally is when so many people I give a card to, no matter what their station in life is, turn the card over to find it blank on the back. After a pause, I say, "Would you like a miracle?" They almost always say, "Oh yes!" The change in state of most individuals on receiving the card, reading the words Expect A Miracle, turning the card over to find no name, no advertising, no gimmick, purely a message of hope, from this an unconditional gift, is heart-rending to witness. Most people move to an enlivened state of well being after reading these three powerful words. For some, who only show a glimmer of hope that it's possible for their life to be even a bit better than it is right now, it can be a hugely uplifting event.
The Purple Pig and Other Miracles
In the 1960s and 1970s a root of prayer was born from the prayers of Dick and Dee Eastman, who established a house of prayer in Sacramento where young people would give a year of their lives to pray for souls to be saved. Today, Every Home for Christ has reached 205 nations and more than 75 million decisions to follow Christ have been made. More than 150,000 house churches have been started by EHC, and over 80 million discipleship courses completed. Now, an average of 35,000 decisions are being made to follow Jesus Christ every day, through the work of EHC. They are sharing the gospel of Jesus with 900,000 individuals in 180,000 homes each day.
Miracle Solution and System
Combines a presentation of systemic structural constellation and solution-focused principles with case examples. This book is intended for those interested in either therapy or organisational change.
The Miracle of Dowsing
How was Saddam Hussein located for capture? A simple and ancient technique was employed to locate the " ace of spades"; the most sought after card in the U.S. military's " most wanted " deck. Learn how a man and a divining rod used the mythical practice of dowsing to help locate one of the most dangerous fugitives after he'd eluded one of the most costly manhunts in the history for xxx months
The Seventh Miracle
The Seventh Miracle by Jorge I. Klainman Edited & Translated from the Spanish by Kal Wagenheim Copyright 1999 Winter 1943. A Nazi concentration camp in Poland. A fifteen-year-old Jewish boy stands naked, shivering, at the edge of a deep ditch. He and several other prisoners have been marked for death by the psychopathic camp commandant. Ukrainian guards, holding machine guns, accompanied by snarling dogs, wait for the command to fire. "My mind refused to comprehend the reality of what was happening. The end had come. They were going to shoot me and burn me. I thought of my loved ones, and that soon I would be joining them. I thought of the tremendous pain caused by bullets penetrating my body. My teeth chattered so hard that my gums hurt. It was total madness....I reached a state of mind where I just wanted, with all my being, to get it over with....Many of the condemned prayed aloud, others looked straight ahead without seeing...One of the Ukrainians pushed me into the hole. After that, I blanked out." More than half a century later, Jorge Klainman, the author of this harrowing -- and ultimately inspiring -- memoir, tells how he miraculously survived, after the guards opened fire, and left him for dead. Klainman, who lost his entire family in The Holocaust, vividly depicts the horror of life, and death, in a series of Nazi concentration camps. Yet it is also a tribute to the resiliency of the human spirit. In many ways, it epitomizes the triumph of the Jewish people who—despite the Holocaust—have prevailed. The story begins in Poland, where, before the Nazi invasion of 1939, Klainman ́s family enjoyed a prosperous life. His odyssey continues through a series of Nazi camps, where the teenage Klainman, through ingenuity, the occasional kindness of strangers, and plain good luck, manages to elude death. At the conclusion of World War II, Klainman begins a heartbreaking, fruitless search for surviving members of his family, which ultimately leads to his suffering a nervous breakdown. Finally, in 1947, he makes contact with a long-lost aunt in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He experiences more adventures during the journey from the Old World to the New. Twenty-eight years later, Klainman, now married, with a successful business in Argentina, travels to Italy, to exhume the remains of his beloved brother, another victim of the Holocaust, to transport them to Israel.. In an emotional ceremony, with family and friends present, the remains are buried in a Tel Aviv cemetery, as Klainman recites the Kaddish, the Prayer for the Dead. Twenty years after that, in 1998, Klainman, now a grandfather, returns with his wife Teresa to his birthplace, Poland. He has come full circle, standing frozen at the front door of the apartment where his family once lived, and, later, on the edge of the ditch in the camp where he was shot and left for dead. Jorge Klainman began writing this memoir (about 70,000 words) on his sixty-eighth birthday, on March 28, 1996. It is related with remarkable restraint, understatement, and, even, with occasional surprising touches of humor. In the moving prologue to his story, he explains: "In October 1947, when a train left me at the...railroad station of Buenos Aires, I was nineteen, and I began a new life. "At that moment, I wrapped up all the memories of the previous twelve years and buried them in a deep well of my mind. There they remained, hidden and protected by a wall of silence that I had built, brick by brick. At the time, it seemed like the only way I could go on living. On my sixty-eighth birthday, I decided to take a pickaxe and knock down that
The Marriage Miracle
Matilda Lang is terrified when she feels herself falling for hotshot New York banker Sebastian Wolseley. An accident three years ago has left her in a wheelchair, and Sebastian's the man who can make, or break, her heart…. Sebastian is compassionate, sexy and, most importantly, he treats her like a desirable woman. It would take a miracle for Matty to risk her heart after what she's been through. But Sebastian knows he's the man who can help this brave woman embrace life and love—and persuade her to say “yes” to his proposal of marriage!