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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 pas...more
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Published January 1st 2008 by Hay House, Inc. (first published January 1st 1995)
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Richard Szponder
Stuart Wilde has a knack for taking complex subjects of a spiritual nature, breaking them down into their basic conceptual foundation, and presenting them in a short and simplified manner with humor and candor. In Miracles, Wilde delves into the popular topic commonly referred to as the Law of Attraction. Available to each of us is an unlimited source of power that we can access through our thoughts, intentions, and visualizations, thus manifesting in our physical experience and what we want (or...more
I debated about whether to mark this one "non-fiction" or not. Some of what Wilde says is really out there, but the moments when he can reign in his verbosity and speak in concrete terms, he actually makes a modicum of sense. Of course, it's nothing that hasn't already been said by Louise Hay in You Can Heal Your Life or by Deepak Chopra in The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success. Both books do a more thorough reading of spiritual principles than Miracles and have more real-life applications.

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By far the best Stuart Wilde book dealing with the Universal Law. I read this book about 200 times, and never get tired of it. It's actually his first book, and it's packed with so much useful information about manifestation and using the Law of Attraction. I definitely recommend! Review written by Eddie Coronado, author of the Kindle and paperback book "Manifest Your Millions: A Lottery Winner Shares his Law of Attraction Secrets"
The message of this short book in a nut shell:

- Write down your goals
- Be conscious of your goals
- Think positive

For some reason the message was covered with New Age Spiritualism crap.

So if you read this book, expect to encounter concepts such as "Living Spirit", "God-Force" etc.
Sep 13, 2008 Jennifer rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone wanting more fulfillment in life
Recommended to Jennifer by: Nancy Love
Simple, concise read on how we manifest what we believe, think and feel. More about the Universal Law and how to make it work for you. I didn't read some of the more popular books on this subject because I like these things made simple. This is perfect for that.
A short little book about bringing miracles into our lives in a very easy, practical way. Readable in a little over an hour. Well worth the time in life lessons to be learned!
I heard this book for the first time on cassette tape in my car perhaps in the 1980s. I played it for years off an on for the past 15 years. I love this little bit of wisdom.
I love this little book. I read it as a reminded that I am the miracle maker in my life.
Great book. Contains just about everything you need to know.
Love it. Perfect, simple little guide for an abundant life!
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Wilde was born in Farnham, England. He was educated at St. George’s College, Weybridge, Surrey. After his schooling he joined the English Stage Company in Sloane Square, London. A year later he opened a jeans business in Carnaby Street London, at the height of the Swinging Sixties where he enjoyed considerable commercial success.

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