Book Review: Making Miracles: Create New Realities for Your Life and Our World

making miraclesMany people have experienced miracles or believe in them. All too often, however, we don’t acknowledge the everyday miracles all around us. Deep down, we may have a hard time believing that miracles are actually ordinary, and that a day without miracles is less likely than a day chock-full of them.

Most of us are experiential learners. Even if we believe, logically, that miracles happen every day, we may not believe it in our heart, or in our feelings. Our subconscious mind may secretly wonder if it’s all a bunch of hooey, and maybe we don’t “deserve” miracles, so they won’t happen for us. If you suspect you’re one of those, and you’re frustrated with “trying” to create miracles, then look no more.

For many years, Lynn Woodland has been creating miracles and helping people to experience them for themselves. Now she has put some of this experience into a book, but this is no mere exposition of the theory of miracles, although she does address how they happen (and how they don’t). Making Miracles: Create New Realities for Your Life and Our World is just what it’s title suggests:  an opportunity to learn to create your own miracles.

Seeing is believing, and when things happen to you or for you in a visceral way, then you know, and nothing can ever change that knowing or take it away from you. Lynn’s book is a journey into helping you have the experiences that will make a believer out of you. It will help you to allow miracles into your life and to cocreate them with others.

Every chapter has an exercise to help you discover your own capacity to create miracles, so this is not a quick read. Instead, you’ll want to pick up this book and read a chapter or two and do the exercises as you go. This book isn’t just about reading; it’s a meditative practice in itself. It invites you to observe the world with new eyes and to watch for the miracles that manifest in the form of daily surprises and delights.

There is no order of difficulty in miracles.
—A Course in Miracles

As Jesus explains in A Course in Miracles, there is no difference between manifesting twenty-five cents or producing loaves and fishes for the masses. But we have to overcome our doubt—our belief that this cannot be true. Lynn Woodland’s book is a great tool for helping you to know this for yourself, and we heartily recommend it and her work.

More Information About Lynn Woodland

Web page:  www.lynnwoodland.com