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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Riverhead Books; 1 edition (Oct. 5 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573223514
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573223515
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 2 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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Although many people may perceive the achievement of mystical union with the divine as an arduous feat, requiring fasting, pilgrimage and mortification of the flesh, spirituality diva Williamson says "thirty minutes each morning" of "quality time with God" will do the trick. The author of Illuminata aims her book of nonsectarian religious consolation squarely at harried professionals who are frazzled by overscheduling and fret over the disasters they hear about on the news. The path to serenity lies in becoming a "modern mystic" who sees that "everything connects to everything" and that "every issue [is] a spiritual one," from dry-cleaning mishaps to the Middle East peace process (which will be resolved when Israelis and Palestinians understand their essential oneness). Readers can even spiritually transcend their wait at the Department of Motor Vehicles, because "every person in line is someone we can bless." In Williamson's rapturous, liturgical prose, oceanic bliss is conveniently tapped into with prayer and by beaming positive mental energy to a universe karmically primed to beam it back. Although Williamson's insistence on the magical oneness of our desires and our external reality may strike some as wishful thinking, her message will continue to bring peace of mind to her many fans.
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The famed inspirational writer brings spiritual considerations down to earth.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Lane Taylor on June 7 2006
Format: Paperback
In Everyday Grace, my favorite spiritual author, Marianne Williamson, demonstrates the miraculous effect of living a life of unconditional love and forgiveness. Every single day, and in every single way, we experience grace, ease, joy, peace, and fulfillment when we connect to the divine spirit of love that lies within us. This is not an esoteric book. It is filled with practical examples of how to handle many of the common issues we all struggle with on a daily basis. Bless you, Marianne, for this inspired work.

Steven Lane Taylor, Author of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat: A Guide for Living Life in the Divine Flow."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex Nichols, author of Shadow Rock on Dec 12 2002
Format: Hardcover
Marianne Williamson is in good form in "Everyday Grace," her eighth book. Her basic message is that change occurs on the level of consciousness. Through the agents of prayer, meditation, and new thought the world can be changed. She draws on a diverse source of material to support her beliefs -- the writings of Ghandi, RFK and MLK Jr., various Eastern and Western religious traditions, and American pop culture. The writing is personal, as she relays touching stories like the moment she said goodbye to her dying sister, but also universal in its desire.
Those who have read Williamson's other books, and listened to her library of tapes, will be familiar with her message. Many of her ideas are based on A Course in Miracles, a kind of New Age bible that came about through channeling sessions in the '70s. Williamson is an invaluable agent to break its message down in easier and more relevant language.
The message is simple, as Williamson explains it. Only love is real. When we attempt to judge others, we are ignoring the innocence in them. By focusing on their guilt, we have forgotten that we are all children of the same God. We can give up judging by asking for a miraculous intervention, a simple prayer that our thoughts be aligned with God's. Ask to see the situation through a new set of eyes and a miracle will occur. Williamson believes this works not just on a personal level but on a political one as well. We must pray for our enemies and seek to understand them.
I'm sure that many will benefit from the advice Williamson offers. This book is a good one. I'd also recommend "Healing the Soul of America," an underrated tome from a few years ago.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on Dec 7 2002
Format: Hardcover
Marianne Williamson's books are informed by her profound belief in peoples' ability to find peace and strength from within. She talks about "miracles," "magic," "spirituality" and "mysticism " all in the same voice. Some consider her to be a "self-help guru." Others call her a "New Age" proselytizer, while still others consider her to be a brilliant "cult leader." The reality is that she is a friend to show biz personalities, has a radio talk show, is a television personality, has written eight books, developed "A Course on Miracles," and is a mother. Williamson has proven herself to be a woman with a vision who has followed her calling to deliver a message to all who are willing to listen.
In her latest book, EVERYDAY GRACE, that message speaks to an optimism founded in what she describes as a "mystical journey" ... [of] "personal transformation [whose] path runs through ... our own psyche." She believes that every human being must explore the "mystical realm" in each of us if we are to cope with our daily lives, fully appreciate our humanity and make some kind of peace with the chaos all around us.
The genesis of her proclamations lies deep within her personal convictions: "I have always had a sense that something is missing in this world". She proceeds to discuss the void, the emptiness she perceives we all feel as we strive to live our lives to the fullest: "I believe that hunger [is] for a lost dimension of experience, is natural in all of us and it doesn't go away just because we ignore it."
Williamson encourages her readers to seek the "magical source" within themselves --- the place at their core where she believes miracles are born.
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Marianne Williamson brings the wide and diverse philosophical and religious teachings together to show that we are all one, and it is only from this realization that we can open our hearts to see ourselves, our own mistakes, and our own difficulties in another. It is from this paradigm that we can come together at heart, and bring forth our own indwelling spirit to transcend and transform the difficulties humanity faces.
From this wonderful book, you will learn that by taking time out of the madness we call our daily schedule, you can learn how to connect to the divine presence of God within, and bring forth your highest version as a person who is divine, as you honor the divine within others. This brings about inner peace, and creates peace with all who touch our lives.
We may never know how much of a difference we are making, but if it coming from our heart, then we ARE making a difference for ALL, because we ARE all connected.
This is a wonderful book, filled with genuine spiritual and human insight that will only bring benefit to you in your life. Highly Recommended! Barbara Rose, author of, 'Individual Power' and 'If God Was Like Man'
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