Thirty Miracles in Thirty Days: 5 Easy Steps to Co-Creating Unlimited Abundance, Healing and Health in All Areas of Your Life

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Ozark Mountain Publishing, Incorporated, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 185 pages
Is it your heart's desire to co-create limitless miracles and manifest your deepest desires and dreams in real life? This title presents 5 steps by which you can connect to the divine and the universe and co-create miracles. It helps you communicate with the universe and the divine and get practical, real life miraculous results everyday.

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Thirty Miracles In Thirty Days 5 Steps to Unlimited Abundance by Irene Lucas This is an angelically divine God-given 185 page book with an extra bonus, a 7 track CD filled with information about the 5 ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Irene Lucas is a writer and editor, and has been a part of the metaphysical field for the last twenty five years.

Also a video writer and producer, Irene creates and presents safety training workshops and videos to empower people with developmental disabilities. She is absolutely knocked out by the devotion, courage and dignity of her students, and by their constant successes.

When Irene presents "30 Miracles in 30 Days" meditation circles, workshops and speaking engagements, her  greatest delight is to hear her students and audiences exclaim, “Awesome! It works! I did it! I can’t believe it is that easy!”

After living most of her life near the sea in Santa Barbara, Irene now lives on Colorado’s Front Range in Colorado Springs, and is thrilled and amazed to discover four actual seasons. She is married to her wonderful Louis, has two radiant sons, Dimitri and Alexander, and feels lucky to wake up every morning and be inspired by the Rockies.


Irene is available for individual and group healing and coaching sessions, speaking engagements, meditation circles, and Connecting-To-The-Divine individual and group workshops.    You can contact her via her website   or email her at .

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