Book Summary(via Goodreads):
Miracles Now by New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein will help readers eliminate stress and find peace—even if they only have a minute to spare. Bernstein knows that most of us don’t have time for an hour of yoga or 30 minutes of meditation, so she has hand-picked 108 techniques to combat our most common problems—from addiction and anxiety to burnout and resentment. Inspired by some of the greatest spiritual teachings, Bernstein offers up spirit-based principles, meditations, and practical, do-them-in-the-moment tools to help readers bust through blocks to live with more ease. She breaks down each technique Spirit Junkie style—with meditations, assessment questions, and step-by-step guidance—while incorporating lessons from A Course in Miracles and Kundalini yoga.
As readers benefit from the techniques they’ll be able to share them. Each practice has been boiled down to a 140-character description—or Miracle Message—which can be tweeted, pinned on Pinterest, posted on Facebook, or shared on Instagram. Each Miracle Message will end with the hashtag #MiraclesNow. Ebook readers can share right from their device.
Readers familiar with Bernstein’s fun and innovative take on spirituality will scoop up her latest work. And those who are discovering her will appreciate her easy-access approach to spirituality and transformation.
*Many thanks to Net Galley and Hay House Publishing for the advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*
This insomniac's opinion:
I have a confession to make.
I'm an unabashed fan of Gabrielle Bernstein. Her book May Cause Miracles was life changing for me. It introduced me to daily meditation and made affirmations an accessible way for me to change my negative inner voice.
Life changing, folks.
So, I was THRILLED to receive this ARC. And, she did not disappoint.
I realize that Gabrielle is a bit new agey and that is not for everyone. However, this book gives the reader a great "tool box" of life tools to take your life to the next level. I really love having a copy to keep.
Worth staying up all night to read?
This isn't that kind of book to me. I think a few tips per day is the way to go.