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Miracles: Inviting the Extraordinary Into…

Miracles: Inviting the Extraordinary Into Your Life

by Richard Webster

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 073870606X, Paperback)

Miracles are possible for everyone. Once you understand the nature of the miraculous and start believing in miracles, you can start producing them yourself. You can transform your life with the simple steps in this book.

In this practical how-to guide, bestselling author Richard Webster gives you the tools and techniques you need to become a miracle worker. Learn how to perform a powerful, nearly forgotten Hawaiian ritual to achieve your heart's desire, and how to use automatic writing to receive guidance from your higher self. Also covered in this one-of-a-kind handbook are instructions for creating miracles through white magic, creative intuition, chakra energy, and spell casting.

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