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Isaiah Effect

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  467 ratings  ·  34 reviews
Seventeen hundred years ago, key elements of our ancient heritage were lost, relegated to the esoteric traditions of mystery schools and sacred orders. Among the most empowering of the forgotten elements are references to a science with the power to bring everlasting healing to our bodies and initiate an unprecedented era of peace and cooperation between governments and na...more
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Published February 11th 2009 by Crown Publishing Group (first published 2000)
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Gail
"When I (the Indian guy, David) was young, our elders passed onto me the secret of prayer. The secret is that when we ask for something, we acknowledge what we do not have. Continuing to ask only gives power to what has never come to pass... I began (praying) with the feeling of gratitude for all that is and all that has come to pass, I gave thanks for the desert wind, heat, and the drought, for that is the way of it, until now... Then I chose a new medicine. I began to have the feeling of what...more
Abby Hale
Jun 08, 2013 Abby Hale rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Abby by: Found it myself!
There are not enough or sufficient words to describe how this book has changed how I see the world. I am nearly finished reading it, and it has given me a whole new perspective on what it means to feel gratitude. It explains the link between true "prayer" (the Fifth Mode of prayer) and quantum physics. All possibilities are possible. We choose. If everyone in the world read this book and followed its teachings, there would be peace. I could go on and on and on, but will leave you with my absolut...more
Trey Nowell
This book discusses a group I have had a large admoration for the last 15 years, using teachings from even 500 years before Christ from the mystical people, The Essenes, who had prophesied many of the things we understand better through the scope of science today. The clinical take that optimism causes chemical changes in the body that are measurable was a pretty astounding discovery for me, and I believe this to be true. I was amazed at the science behind the area people are at causing change i...more
Ronnie Grimes
I love the marriage of science and spirit. I also appreciate the simple language in dealing with complex issues and the presentation of scientific information in relation to everyday life.
Amy Bauer
Jun 13, 2008 Amy Bauer marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Amy by: Heather
So far, I am having a hard time getting 'into' this book. It has been slow reading, which I was warned, but encouraged to let it absorb before reading on. It was recomended by a friend who knew I was struggling in a Science class. I let her know that I pray, and then thank God for giving me all I pray for, for I truly believe that God will give me all I need, even if sometimes his answer is not right now. So this book is about the way we see our future, and how we can change it with our positive...more
Doris Pearson
This is an excellent book about prayer and it's effect not only on our personal lives but how the prayers of a few can effect the whole world. So pray for peace, love and harmony as you have no idea how wide-ranging positiveness going out brings about the very results you pray for. I borrowed this book from my local church library, and would like to own a copy as it is a good book to pick up and re=read to remind us to keep on the right track.
Shaun Messick
In my review of The Isaiah Effect, I give it five stars. This book opened my eyes to how powerful prayer actually is. All my life, I have believed in prayer, but I have never understood it. Could it be that God uses a so-called spiritual technology to communicate with us? The ancients certainly understood this concept. Have we gotten so caught up in our own physical technologies that we have forgotten the real power within us? I know I certainly have.

In closing, I highly recommend this book for...more
Sarah
The book was pretty good, but hard to follow at points. It didn't have a great flow. It is very similar to books like "The Secret" in that it is a proponent of envisioning the future that you want. It links this ability to the power of prayer and encourages using prayer to envision what you want your life to be instead of asking for change in your current situation. It had a lot of information on scientific studies on prayer, some of which I found interesting, some I found hard to understand. Ov...more
Speedy
En la misma linea de "el secreto", pero me parece que anterior y desde una perspectiva que mezcla las revelaciones de los manuscritos del mar muerto, experiencias personales y física cuántica. La tesis es que con el poder de la oración podemos "saltar de carril" entre posibilidades de realidad, utilizando el poder de la oración.

Si hubierse sido el primer texto que leo sobre el tema, el impacto habría sido mayor. Un buen texto introductorio, pero que creo podría haber sido mas corto y al hueso.
Pam
Although interesting and some good points are made, I felt that the book's message would have better conveyed in a speech. The book lacks motivational oomph. And I'm always bothered by books or movies that have titles that are not clearly explained or that have little relation to the body of the work. The connection to the Book of Isaiah is so subtle in this book that it is easy to miss. The title also seems far afield when most of the scripture mentioned comes from elsewhere.
James Williams
Gregg Braden is a fantastic researcher and author, for starters, who combines history, modern science and modern religious traditions from all over the world, to create a synthesis, and from that a wonderful new theory about how we can begin to use the cycles of history in conjunction with prophecy to better understand the role we play in the cycle.

the Isaiah Effect is well written and I have already recommended it to several friends who have also thought so.
Tamara Dorris
Very good read. Braden tends to have novelist tenancies, which as a novelist, I enjoy, but some may not. He mixes science with spirituality quite well. This book explores many prophecies and it's interesting to see how many of them came true. Excellent insight on the end of the world/Mayan. Also Calendar. Also, good background for those interested in biblical studies, and prophets such as Edward Cayce, and Nostradamus.
Joyce
Fascinating. I couldn't put it down. We have heard about many doomsday prophecies, but this book offers another prospective and backs it up though ancient writings, the effects of prayer and with the quantum physics. I learned so much. The author was able to explain complex concepts slowly and simply. This book is very profound and offers hope afterall for our planet. It surely has gotten to me.
Melinda
Fantastic, thought-provoking book regarding prayer, prophecy, and quantum physics.
Yasmin
One of the best books I've read on these subjects: spirituality and quantum physics & creating change in one's life and the world. Gregg Braden is a natural story teller. The way he wove personal experience with spiritual insight was a pleasure to read. A must-read for anyone who hopes to help shape a better world.
Judith
A fascinating look at ancient scriptures, prophecy and the technology of prayer, which has the potential to save our world, helping us safely through these turbulent times. Fits well with Mormon Doctrines. Braden also lists scriptures that have been arbitrarily altered or removed from our modern canon.
Irene Timm
audiobook: excellent. Without a doubt, the best author on the merging of science and spirituality. HOW to pray, and new insights into how Jesus wanted us to pray. The Divine Matrix, along with Beyond Zero Point and Fractal Time are my favorite works.
Dave Hicks
I liked this. It brought many studies together and brought them together with spirituality in a way I liked. He spoke in a way as a scientist that is looking for spiritual tie ins and that brought a logic I enjoyed
Cheri Powell
Very interesting read. Braden explains how prayer works and the fact that what most of us know as prayer, is not what the ancients did. I learned the components of making it work.
Andrea
If there were ever a book I would recommend everyone read, this is it!!! Essential for those whowant more from life and need a roadmap to get there.
Michael
A very interesting book, but the author goes beyond Scripture to seek the truth. That doesn't automatically disprove the conclusion.
Eva
The power of prayer, whether others know you are praying, effect not only our lives but the lives of others.
Sharon "Share"
Connects the Bibical book of "Isaiah" to how prayer can be effective and why some prayers are not effective.
Robin
Very interesting read discussing non-religious group prayer as a means to bring peace to the world.
Laura Weakley
This book was interesting and uplifting in its breakdown of the power of prayer.
Kristin718
I enjoyed this book very much as it touched on so much of what I already believe.
Brian
I just plain like Greg Braden. I like his views on the power of prayer.
Virginia Ann
Sep 29, 2007 Virginia Ann rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Just what the title implies...Prayer and Science make great bedfellow...
marcin
this book tells me to put it down and go about my business.
Michael
very good read. It will appeal to your inner philosopher.
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New York Times best selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality. Following a successful career as a Computer Geologist for Phillips Petroleum during the 1970s energy crisis, he became a Senior Computer Systems Designer for Martin Marietta Defense Systems during the last year of the Cold War. In 1991 he was appointed the first Technical...more
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