The Isaiah Effect

The Isaiah Effect By Gregg Braden
Publisher: Sounds True 2005-05-30 | ISBN: 1591793041 | Language English | Audio CD in MP3 | 131 mb
In Jerusalem, within the Shrine of the Book Museum, resides the Great Isaiah Scroll ¨C the most precious artifact of the famed Dead Sea Scrolls. Why is this single document, lost to humanity for more than 2,000 years, so crucial to modern scholars and mystics today? On The Isaiah Effect, the bestselling author of Awakening to Zero Point (Radio Bookstore Press, 1997) takes us on an investigation into this ancient Essene scripture ¨C to reveal a set of inner tools capable of altering the destiny of human civilization. quot;Prayer and prophecy have the power to heal our bodies and spirits ¡­ shift the course of nations ¡­ and even influence the ebbs and flows of weather and geology,quot; teaches Braden. Yet today, few of us know how to harness the awesome potential of these two spiritual technologies. Now, drawing on new insights into the physics of time and prophecy, Gregg Braden shows us how to decode the true meaning of the Great Isaiah Scroll and other prophetic scriptures ¨C how prayer can change the outcome of those predictions ¨C and how these two spiritual practices, together, create The Isaiah Effect.

The Isaiah Effect: Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophesy draws on new discoveries in quantum physics, as well as a variety of spiritual traditions and religious documentsincluding Tibetan, Mayan, and Hopi prophecies; Nostradamus; and the Dead Sea Scrolls. From these sources, author Gregg Braden believes that he has recovered quot;a lost science with the power to bring a lasting end to all war, disease, and suffering; initiate an unprecedented era of peace and cooperation between governments and nations; render destructive patterns of weather harmless; bring lasting healing to our bodies; and redefine ancient prophecies of devastation and catastrophic loss of life.quot; Mass prayer is the technique that will allow all of these goals to be achieved, Braden says: quot;the choice of many people, focused in a specific manner, has a direct and measurable effect on our quality of life.quot; The book includes careful readings of ancient texts, prophetic pronouncements, and mini-travelogues (Braden leads groups to visit sacred sites around the world), and its arguments may strike some readers as far-fetched. But Braden's basic ideathat hope can change the world in concrete waysis a very good one.

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