Robin Sacredfire

The Science of Miracles

For the vast majority of population life remains a mystery, and so does their mind. In fact, most scientists still do not know how the mind truly works. All they know is how it manifests in our actions, how we make decisions and why we make them. Deep down, nobody knows where our emotions emerge from, how can we even change them and how we can shift the paradigm of reality in our favor by merely studying its patterns. This journey into the depths of our mind, into the real self, is what this book promises. It comes as an opportunity to restart life from where we have stopped it, to regain our power over fate, and to shape our future as we wish to have it. The science of miracles, is based on a whole explanation about how the subconscious mind and conscious mind operate and coordinate beliefs between one another, and what is known by the most advanced experts on the topic of the law of attraction. It is a book promising one of the most overwhelming experiences about yourself you’ll ever have.
46 printed pages
Original publication
Publication year
22 Lions
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  • b6312237853has quotedlast year
    becoming more...”.
    You must be active in seeing and doing what you wish, and in feeling it as if it was real, for the universe to guide you in such a way that you won’t even see your role in your life but merely watch amazing things occur. You must be busy in doing what you need to make money from what you love in order for the universe to help you. Know that “the man that is immersed in faith, that controls his senses, achieves the knowledge that leads him to supreme peace” (Bhagavad Gita).
  • b6312237853has quotedlast year
    ow, I will suggest you something even more radical, related to loving your enemies, as thought by Jesus himself. Think about a person that has hurt you recently, close your eyes, imagine her or him in front of you, and finish the following sentence with what you expect from her, even if it’s the most unbelievable change you could ever see: “Thank you for changing and

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