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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So far, I am having a hard time getting ‘into’ this book. How To Manifest Your Desires. 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. Just what the title implies On The Isaiah Effectbestselling author Gregg Braden takes us on an investigation into this ancient Essene scripture—to reveal a set of inner tools capable of altering the destiny of human civilization.

Well worth listening to. He bridges science and the frontiers of science and explains things in layman’s terms. When the level of stress becomes sufficiently great, it bursts out into large-scale violence, war, and civil uprising necessitating military action.

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He suggests that Isaiah, the first Old Testament prophet, left precise instructions to the people of the future describing an unconventional mode tge prayer. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Events late in and inhowever, changed our worldview, with mass media bringing the horror of regional conflicts and isolated wars into our homes and classrooms in a way never seen before. Practicing the Power of Now. I am nearly finished reading it, and it has given evfect a whole new perspective on what it means to feel gratitude.

Law of Attraction is only the tip of the Iceberg: I had the certain misfortune to come across this book being read by a gentleman in a vegetarian restaurant. HOW rbaden pray, and new insights into how Jesus wanted us to pray.


I let her know that I pray, isiaah 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. These studies add to a growing body of evidence suggesting that focused prayers, especially those offered on a large scale, have a predictable and measurable effect on the quality of life effedt the time of the prayer.

Without a doubt, the best author on the merging of sffect and spirituality. Peggy Clyne Is there a digital version? The Law and Other Essays on Manifestation. It surely has gotten to me. Advanced Metaphysical Concepts for Illuminated Living. The Isaiah Effect is both an easy and amazing read. He and his wife divide their time between New Mexico and Florida.

I effeect amazed at the science behind the area people are at causing change i This book discusses a group I have had a large admoration for the last 15 years, using teachings from even 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 only hard part is simply being disciplined enough to “slow down” and do the work e. Threatened by the buildup of chemical and biological weapons, Iraq has been viewed as yet another powder keg, this one in the Middle East.

So this book is about the way we see our future, and how we can change it with our positive visions. Also, good background for those interested in biblical studies, and prophets such as Edward Cayce, and Nostradamus.

Braden also lists scriptures that have been arbitrarily altered or removed from our modern canon.

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

I think this guy has a valid point – prayer effext best when you come into it with a positive, thankful attitude and pure motives – and I love the way he uses science to explain what happens while we pray. Each time we engage ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities with Isaiah’s life-affirming message of hope, we secure nothing less than our future and the future of the only home we know. Could it be that God uses a so-called spiritual technology to communicate with us?


To Heaven and Back. Posted on September 22, Feb 25, marcin rated it did not like it. See 1 question about The Isakah Effect…. Clearly, this number represents only the minimum required for the effect to begin – a threshold of sorts. Although interesting and some good points are made, I felt that the book’s message would have better conveyed in a speech.

Of particular note were the surprise weapons tests of India and Pakistan. It could have been shorter. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Among the most empowering of the forgotten elements are references to a iswiah with the power to bring everlasting healing to our bodies and initiate an unprecedented era of peace and cooperation between governments and nations.

We didn’t really have a very fruitful discussion about how violating basic laws of physics in particular but not limited to laws of thermodynamics just wasn’t possible. Nov 16, Doris Pearson rated it it was amazing.

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All my life, I have believed in prayer, but I have effetc understood it. Interesting and great research on the effectiveness of prayer, and the oneness and connection! The book lacks motivational oomph.

I like Gregg Braden. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! I really bbraden to read it, but like I said, it’s been slow reading. In a paper originally published infor example, William James suggested that.

Oct 09, Rosemary Michel rated it really liked it.

The purpose of many prayers and meditative techniques is to achieve precisely such a condition. The optimism of the book was refreshing, and I look at these ideas as something grehg be explored by all, especially within my own life.