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Manifesting Michelangelo: The True Story of a Modern-Day Miracle--That May Make All Change Possible

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  • Posted January 5, 2012

    Bringing Mind and Spirit into Mainstream Healing

    Something is afoot, because books describing miraculous healing and other phenomena like those reported in Manifesting Michelangelo have been appearing with greater and greater frequency. Apart from being beautifully written and engrossing, this book stands out because it straddles the divide between far out and mainstream. Its genius is that it contains the beginnings of objective proof of the interdependency of body, mind and spirit in the context of healing. I predict that it will lead to a paradigm shift in healthcare of seismic proportions.

    In the first part of the book, Joseph Pierce Farrell describes his life and his deep desire to be a healer. He goes on to relate how this powerful wish came true and manifested in the ability to manipulate human tissue through consciousness and intent. Where the story moves up to another plane lies in what Farrell did after he discovered this gift. Instead of setting himself up as a great healer or guru, he sought to understand what had happened, and to document every experience with photographs, x-rays, MRIs and doctors’ reports, before and after his interventions. The stories are breathtaking, from shrinking tumors to mending shattered bones to restoring the faces of children with birth defects.

    Farrell describes his healing work as merging his consciousness with the universal source field and seeing the patient in his or her perfection. He has taken neither money nor credit for this healing work, and is convinced that others can be taught to do the same. The implications have excited enough backers that he has been able to set up a research foundation in New York called the Global Health Institute to document and expand this work.

    Having experienced first hand what can be done through consciousness and intent, Farrell’s excitement to share this knowledge shines from the pages like a beacon. At the end of the book he expands upon the principles of manifesting change that he has discovered for himself, and breaks down the process into five steps that anyone can follow. If you want to find your true calling and be the change you want to see in the world, this book may be just the inspiration you need!

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