The Isaiah Effect Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy. Gregg Braden. 5 Review(s) | Add Your Review. Learn the secrets hidden in the Dead Sea. A Groundbreaking Interpretation of Prayer, Quantum Science, and Prophecy. Only one document was discovered completely intact among the fragments. The Isaiah Effect: Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy. Gregg Braden, Author Harmony $23 (p) ISBN

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Continuing to ask only gives power to what has never come to pass The only hard part is simply being disciplined enough to “slow down” and do the work e.

I began to have the feeling of what “When I the Indian effcet, David was young, our elders passed onto me the secret of prayer. This became known as the ” Maharishi Effect.

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies, revised Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. The Isaiah Effect is both an isxiah and amazing read. There are not enough or sufficient words to describe how this book has changed how I see the world.

Part two was better than part one. The Vedic traditionsfor example, speak of a unified field of ” pure consciousness ” that permeates all of creation. Awaken Your Psychic Abilities. As modern science continues to validate a relationship between our outer and inner worlds, it becomes more likely that a forgotten bridge links the world of our prayers with that of our experience.


Share this review Share Facebook Share on Twitter. 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 Seventeen hundred years ago, key elements of our ancient heritage were lost, relegated to the esoteric traditions of mystery schools and sacred orders.

All my life, I have believed in prayer, but I have never understood it.

Sep 29, Virginia Ann rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The Law of Divine Compensation. Braden tends to have novelist tenancies, which as a novelist, I enjoy, but some may not. If everyone in the world read this book and followed its teachings, there would be peace. The Power of Awareness. The book was pretty good, but hard to follow at points.

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The critical attribute of science is being open-minded and being hyper-critical about everything. Same Soul, Many Yhe. How To Manifest Your Desires. Oct 09, Rosemary Michel rated it really liked it. If you want to retain at least a tentative grip on reality, don’t uncritically read new-age nonsense.

He and his wife divide their time between New Mexico and Florida. Definitely an interesting read. These studies demonstrated a high correlation between the number of people in prayer and the quality of life in the immediate vicinity. One of Braden’s best. The Science of Self-Empowerment. Living a Peaceful Life. Science and the Akashic Field. 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.


Learn the secrets hidden in the Dead Sea Scrolls—and why we need this wisdom today.

The Isaiah Effect: Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy

Studies conducted in showed that twenty-four U. Mar 18, Shaun Messick rated it it was amazing. February 4, Imprint: He demonstrates how prophecies of global catastrophe and suffering may only represent future possibilities, rather than forecast impending doom, and that we have the power to influence those possibilities. It didn’t have a great flow. In spite of adamant pleas for restraint by the United Nations Security CouncilRussiaand the United Statesthe two technological rivals have continued to test their weapons in the interest of national security.

I have one small criticism in that he can be a little repetitive in places and goes off in tangents but he makes up for it in content and anecdotes. Read it Forward Read it first.