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

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 15, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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The True Story Behind Manifesting Michelangelo:

At the dawn of the new millennium, Joseph Pierce Farrell made a startling discovery that redefines what it means to be human and holds the potential to transform the world.

Having abandoned his childhood dream of a career in healthcare when he was a young man, he drifted into a humble job restoring antiques and furniture. Then one evening while working in his basement studio restoring the face of a church statue, he stumbled upon his discovery. Immersed in the meditative process of sculpting, he permitted his mind to dream with the unlimited imagination of a child, and he envisioned how wonderful it would be if he could restore a real child’s face with the same God-given artistry with which he was restoring the sculpture. In that moment, he experienced a brilliant blinding flash that ignited within him a remarkable power.

Since that transformative moment, he has realized the profound capacity to wield spirit, like a gifted sculptor wields tools, to restore the severely disfigured features on a young man’s face, virtually erase an inoperable brain tumor, and mend shattered bones in limbs —simply with intention and a profound connection to a higher source.

For nearly a decade, he has continued to demonstrate his gift in clinical settings under the supervision of medical doctors.   Now endorsed by leading scientists and medical doctors, and supported by profound photos, Farrell’s body of evidence has served to construct a bridge to allow science and spirituality to heal their divide and advance the acceptance of the emerging integrative healthcare model. His discovery has the capacity to alter science, transform the face of healthcare and forever redefine the limits of human potential.  

This unprecedented book chronicles Farrell’s journey of discovery and poignantly illustrates profound stories of human transformation.  He outlines an easy-to-follow five step process that readers can use to ignite within themselves their own capacity to manifest change in their lives and chosen fields of endeavor. 

Heralding a message of unlimited possibilities, Manifesting Michelangelo presents a compelling body of evidence that supports what science is now beginning to embrace, what the great artists have always known, and what spiritual traditions have long represented — that we all possess the capacity to manifest on the level of the miraculous.  It is the first book, that asks us to believe—based not on faith alone, but on documented evidence—that we as a species have the capacity to literally manifest the change in the world that our conscience decrees and our hearts desire.

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User Review  - Patti Zarn - Mainstream Mystic - Goodreads

Very excited to delve into this book. Have a stack of must reads to get through and saving this for last. (dessert) UPDATE: I was a little disappointed with this book. I had high hopes as you can see ... Read full review


Hiding in Plain Sight
Knocking on Heavens Door
Childs Play
In the Footsteps of Giants
Lessons from the Heart
The Measure of a Mans Worth
A Voice in the Mist
Fools Gold
Planting Seeds
Manifesting Michelangelo
How to Manifest the Change You Want to See in the World

Out of the Ashes
Building the Bridge
Body of Evidence
A Second Opinion
Something Old Something New
Selected Bibliography

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Joseph Pierce Farrell is an internationally recognized pioneer in the study of human consciousness. He is the Director of the Global Health Institute, an organization dedicated to advancing the integration of healthcare, and is the recipient of the nation’s first endowed Chair in Consciousness Studies. He is an advisor to the United Nations NGO Committee on Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns. 

Peter Occhiogrosso is the co-author of three New York Times bestsellers, including Caroline Myss's Sacred Contracts: Awakening Your Divine Potential and Tell It to the King, a memoir of Larry King. Peter is an expert in the field of spirituality, and the author of The Joy of Sects, a guide to the world’s religions and traditions.

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