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Expect Miracles [Paperback]

Joe Vitale
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  • Paperback: 119 pages
  • Publisher: Burman Books, Inc. (Oct 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1897404069
  • ISBN-13: 978-1897404065
  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 15.4 x 22.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 814,158 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Joe Vitale (Wimberley, TX) is President of Hypnotic Marketing, Inc., a marketing consulting firm. He has been called "The Buddha of the Internet" for his combination of spirituality and marketing acumen. His articles are widely read and his professional clients include The Red Cross, PBS, Hermann Children's Hospital, and many other small and large international businesses. Joe is a fiery and inspiring speaker who has spoken before hundreds of business groups.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Positive thinking at its best 18 Jun 2009
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This is the best Joe Vitale book I have read. I found this to be much more down to earth than his previous books and I really can resonate with the ideas held within this book. Nice slim book - really enjoyed it - very nearly did not buy it, I am so glad that I changed my mind.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really powerful words 14 Jan 2010
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Joe comes into his own with this book, maybe he was on a learning curve with some of his others books (which I still enjoyed), but this one really is the real Joe that was waiting to come out. An easy read and a delight to put my words into a review for the very likeable Joe.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth reading 31 Jan 2011
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I know that this book has had mixed reviews - but i think its great. i am a big fan of Joe Vitale although some of his books arent as good as the rest. however, this is one of his best.

It is simple to read and very down to earth. He presents you steps on how to change your life around and makes you consciously aware of how your own negative self talk can bring more negativity to your world ( something that i discuss a lot in my book )
My favourite two chapters are .... the attitude of grattitude and forgiveness is essential....

Definitley give this book a go...

davinia (.....)
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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Quite possibly Joe Vitale's WORST book and that's really saying something.
It is an exercise in cynical marketing, just rehashing old lessons taken from much better teachers and trying to cross-sell you works of his friends.
Anyone who calls himself the 'Jesus of Business' without a hint of irony is to be avoided.

One way to make yourself happier and a little richer is to avoid buying this book or any book from this man.

There are hundreds of better authors out there who can guide you to finding inner peace and abundance.
Vitale sells only junk food for the soul.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars simplified 4 Nov 2010
By David - Published on Amazon.com
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Of course it's a rehash. All books in this field are. If you want one that is somewhat different, try The Physics of Miracles: Tapping in to the Field of Consciousness Potential, or The Key to The Secret: How to Manifest from the Heart. How much are these people paid, to write negative reviews? Is this part of the negative suggestion matrix the mass media is creating? I don't care if his degree is in dogcatching. Do his ideas work? They do- if you work from your heart. If you work from your head, as some book reviewers appear to be, you won't get any results. Joe doesn't really tell you that when you put out an intent- if it doesn't work- this is merely feedback to help you identify negative beliefs, and then to clear them. For people as negative as some reviewers, this could take a little while. Another thing Joe could emphasize more is that if your intent is service to others, rather than merely to ego, you will get far better results, degrees of magnitude better. I help a friend, who helps homeless people. He told me he needed some shoes, Size 8, for a homeless man. 2 days later I had a pair, for free. I've done this kind of thing many times. I go to a community dinner, midweek, and take the leftover food to a soup kitchen next to the building I work in. I invariably get at least a duffel bag full, and drop it off. Every week. They are delighted. Yes, you can sum up War and Peace in a playing card. But you miss a lot. The whole point is the anecdotes, which drive home the points. I love the books of Wallace D. WattlesThe Science of Getting Rich, but the English used is a little archaic, for the average person. Matthew Ferry's 8 part series on Manifesting, on YouTube, can also be summoned up on a page, but it is so very entertaining, I watch it from time to time. I read Think and Grow Rich a long time ago. I learned from it. Yes, this book merely restates, however so do the other books. Neville Goddard and Joseph MurphyThe Power of Your Subconscious Mind are so much fun, for me- but they can be a little thick for some readers nowadays. I am personally amazed at all the negativity in some reviewers; this is not something to put out. If you don't like the book, move on. This book is simply written. Shakti Gawain's books are essentially her version of Jose Silva's Silva Method. Both are good. Everybody rewrites. The problem in manifesting, in setting intent, is that the larger goals have more subconscious resistance, which has to be cleared. Most people want it all, right now, aren't willing to work on it, and blame whatever method they're using. My wife's mother manifests brilliantly with nothing more than a quick request of St. Anthony. Most of the commenters don't seem to have found anything else that worked well for them. I know someone in a crummy job, she begged me for help, 2 weeks ago. That's not my job, but she was sincere, and working hard, so I set an intent to find something. I did find something for her, and connected her with those people. She hasn't yet gotten the job, but she's very close. She is extremely appreciative for even the little bit I did. You don't need a lot of material support. Mother Theresa manifested an awful lot, owning just 2 pairs of clothes, and I think a pair of sandals. When I am in a pure state, the manifesting is truly effortless. Google the story of Jumping Mouse, if you want to understand how the manifesting journey works. A woman at work had a baby. I found a car seat, for free, and gave it to her. I really wanted some rubber stamps, of a certain type, and a great number of them showed up at my favorite clearance store, cheap. I set an intent, and without attachment, watch as the path opens up. Say what you will, Joe is laughing all the way to the bank, and yes there is value to his books, for those open to it. For those not open to it, I guess they write negative reviews on Amazon, and otherwise stew in their own juices. May Allah grant you patience, as you will need the patience of an Easterner. You remind me of the story of the student, who begged the guru for the mantra that would release him from all suffering. The guru said, "Ram" [which is a very common Indian name]. The man was furious- his mantra couldn't be that simple. He left in a huff, and found another guru. The other guru had him shovel out stables, and clean out toilets, for several years. After some years, the student went to the teacher, recounted his dedicated service, and asked for his mantra. The new teacher said, "Ram". The student was shocked, and said, "But my last master told me that!" The new master said "well, yes. Of course, you weren't ready to hear it then. How many more toilets do you need to clean, before you are ready to receive?" My brother is good at this, better than I am, for many things. He got a $9000 home entertainment system for $300, by accident, as one example among many. If you need to play, try Matrix Energetics: The Science and Art of Transformation. Walt Woods' Letter to Robin: A mini-course in pendulum dowsing is a pretty good introduction to learning how to communicate with the subconscious mind, which holds all the limiting beliefs. I also like The Future Is Yours: Do Something About It! and ThetaHealing, and even Lost Secrets of Ancient Hawaiian Huna, Volume 1 and Urban Shaman, and I have gotten results from all of them. And I get results from Joe's book. Thanks, Joe. By way, if you call 1 877 TEACHME, you can ask for the free CD Get Well, which they do send with their catalog. That CD is one of the most motivating CD's I've ever heard. Yes, I know a lot of stuff- it's the getting it into action that's the trick, and motivational CD's like Joe's, and Get Well, are very, very helpful. The mass media puts out massive negative suggestions, it takes a bit to overcome this.
22 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Same old.... 14 Aug 2009
By Kaye L for love - Published on Amazon.com
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I had big expectations when I bought the book. I was disappointed in the fact that Joe is just chewing the same old cud. I've read the same material over and over in his various books. I feel that Joe is pushing the material out as fast as he can to make another buck. His testamonials were helpful, but I noticed that just about everyone had a website which leads me to assume that these people weren't the man on the street.
Dr. Wayne Dyer also puts out inspirational books, but each one of his are on a different topic and well researched.
I've had many miracles in my life and they don't have anything to do with the material in Joe's book. The miracle was spontaneous and unexpected. I didn't ask for the miracle and didn't go through any ritual to get it.
I feel that this book was more on manifestation rather than miracles. This book was truly a waste of my money and time.
22 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, you can Expect Miracles 23 Nov 2008
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What I love about Vitale's Expect Miracles is that he addresses the issue of why things do not work out. He brings forward the painful things that keep blocking us from good in our lives, such as: past hurts, lack of forgiveness, regrets, and more. Vitale not only brings them forward, but tells you how you can work through and/or around them to see and experience the miracles in your life. Expect Miracles includes new information, as well as, synthesizes some of his earlier works in a very straight-forward, apply-it-now type of methodology. If you are a fan, you will enjoy and experience your efforts at attracting the life you want at a deeper level than before. If you are new to Dr. Joe Vitale's work, you will enjoy the read and move your path of self-development forward.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Do Expect Miracles 16 July 2010
By Sridhar Rich - Published on Amazon.com
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Dear All,

Excellent book. I bought this book through amazon.com with a delivery schedule around 15th of July 2010. But I received the book at India by 29th of June 2010 itself. Hats off to amazon.com for their excellent service.

The title of the book attracted me to buy. I have gone through the complete book. Excellent stuff. Every page
gives very valid information on programming our mind. Great Author Joe Vitale has filled each and every page with valid information and it is hard to put down the book without completing it and I read it at one stroke.

I do expect miracles every day since I completed reading this book by 7th of July. Every day, some level of miracles is seen in my life.

Very very useful book.

I am lucky enough to read the book--Zero Limits -by the same author. His writings revolutionaise the mind of the
readers.

Thanks Mr. Joe Vitale. For giving us the best thought provoking books . Pl continue to give us more books in the same field.

Thanks & Regards

T.Sridhar.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Primer for Living a Lovely Life with MIRACLES 24 Dec 2008
By Jeannine Shingler - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved Vitale's previous book "THE ATTRACTOR FACTOR" and found it very helpful and inspiring. And "EXPECT MIRACLES" is another great gem from Joe Vitale.

If you want to live a life of ease and grace, then you should read this book. Everyone can create miracles in their life. We are all creating our life anyway, so why not create some truly fun stuff that we want instead of stuff we don't want!

I can personally testify to our ability to create miracles as I have been creating "stuff" in my life for a long time, without having a name for it, prior to reading any of Vitale's work or others about the law of attraction.

I attracted "getting published" earlier this year and was surprised and delighted to be included in THIS book! (You can read my story on page 99.)

If you are intrigued about the law of attraction and creating miracles in your life, you should read "THE ATTRACTOR FACTOR" and "EXPECT MIRACLES" and Lynn Grabhorn's book Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings

I have one caution for you though. If you are not ready to be 100% accountable for your actions and your life and want someone or something outside of yourself to be responsible for YOU, then don't bother with this book.

There are no magic wands and the life we create is our responsibility, but "EXPECT MIRACLES" shows us the tools to create miracles in our life every day. Actually DOING it is up to us!
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