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  • Paperback: 324 pages
  • Publisher: Expanding Universe Publishing; 1 Original edition (Feb. 17 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0973877324
  • ISBN-13: 978-0973877328
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 15.2 x 23.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #862,548 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"In Search of the Miraculous: Healing into Consciousness goes a lot further than Eckhart Tolle's work because when he tells you about the what Mada actually demonstrates the how." -- Sandra Sedgbeer, author of 6 books, and publisher of 3 magazines: Inspired Parenting, Planet Lightworker, and Cosmic Kids.

"In pursuing personal growth, what’s the difference between being “unconscious” and “conscious”? This isn’t a trick question, but moving from unconscious to conscious is tricky—what with our negative thoughts and fear-based emotions ruling our lives to a greater or lesser degree (depending on how conscious one actually is). Vancouverite and gifted transformation teacher Eliza Mada Dalian’s new book offers a navigation manual to escape the grip of our trickster ego-minds to emerge into greater consciousness; hence, more fulfillment and joy in our lives. Readers’ thorny questions and Eliza’s masterful answers at the end of each chapter are especially valuable." —Rebecca Ephraim, publisher -- Shared Vision Magazine, September, 2008

"It has been a long while since I have seen a book so full of practical ideas and exercises. The ultimate goal of the book is to help us live in joy and love in every moment of our lives. In order to do this, of course, we must give up our egos and live as our true selves. Easy to say; not as easy to do. Eliza walks the reader through how to surrender, moving through the seven bodies, healing through chakra development and clearing; working with our thoughts; breaking through the veils of illusion; and meditation and visualization practices." – Krysta Gibson, publisher -- New Spirit Journal, August, 2008

"There are many books that I get across my desk, and many of them are amazing, but every once in a while I get a book that is extraordinary, and this [IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS: Healing into Consciousness] is one of those books... There is going to come a day when we are not going to talk about healing as miraculous. Though we are not there yet, thanks to the work of Eliza Mada Dalian, her book, and her healing method that day will come much quicker..." -- Dr. Pat Baccili, The Dr. Pat ShowDr. Pat Baccili, The Dr. Pat Show, October, 2008

"This book is an essential how-to manual for living in the Now... " Rob Spears, Conscious Talk Radio -- Conscious Talk Radio, www.conscioustalk.net, September 26, 2008

"This book is an essential how-to manual for living in the Now..." -- Rob Spears, Conscious Talk Radio, May 2008

“In Search of the Miraculous: Healing into Consciousness goes a lot further than Ekhart Tolle's work because when he tells you about the what Mada actually demonstrates the how.” — Sandra Sedgbeer, author of 6 books, and publisher of 3 magazines: Inspired Parenting, Planet Lightworker, and Cosmic Kids. -- www.Lightworker.com, October 25, 2008

“There are many books that I get across my desk, and many of them are amazing, but every once in a while I get a book that is extraordinary, and this [IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS: Healing into Consciousness] is one of those books... There is going to come a day when we are not going to talk about healing as miraculous. Though we are not there yet, thanks to the work of Eliza Mada Dalian, her book, and her healing method that day will come much quicker! This groundbreaking healing method that Mada has created is for everyone...” —Dr. Pat Baccili, The Dr. Pat Show -- The Dr. Pat Show, November 13, 2008

If you want to discover how to live as a fully conscious being in the world while simultaneously undertaking your spiritual journey, In Search of the Miraculous, a multi-award winner, contains the signposts to follow. -- Jeanette J. Jennis, US Review of Books, June, 2009

In pursuing personal growth, what’s the difference between being “unconscious” and “conscious”? This isn’t a trick question, but moving from unconscious to conscious is tricky—what with our negative thoughts and fear-based emotions ruling our lives to a greater or lesser degree (depending on how conscious one actually is). Vancouverite and gifted transformation teacher Eliza Mada Dalian’s new book offers a navigation manual to escape the grip of our trickster ego-minds to emerge into greater consciousness; hence, more fulfillment and joy in our lives. Readers’ thorny questions and Eliza’s masterful answers at the end of each chapter are especially valuable. -- Rebecca Ephraim, Shared Vision Magazine, October, 2008

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“In Search of the Miraculous: Healing into Consciousness goes a lot further than Ekhart Tolle's work because when he tells you about the what Mada actually demonstrates the how.” — Sandra Sedgbeer, author of 6 books, and publisher of 3 magazines: Inspired Parenting, Planet Lightworker, and Cosmic Kids.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By oplap on Jan. 14 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
I came by this book accidentally, unaware of many existing spiritual teachings and without preconceived notions. It changed my life. I read this book slowly, over the course of many months, taking it in thoughtfully. I don't know when it happened, but I don't feel like the same person who picked the book up in the first place anymore.

Don't be fooled, this isn't an easy-fix-enlightenment-in-a-box deal. Anyone who offers that is of no interest to me. This book will give you tools to begin processes which may heal you and transform you, but the work - and the result - is up to you.

Eliza Mada Dalian, you are an angel. Thank you.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Inspiring---and great reference book for the spiritual path! July 15 2009
By Susan Schenck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have been on a spiritual journey since age 15, and on the path of nonduality since age 38. At first when I began to read this, I thought, "Just another book saying the same thing in different words." But as I went further, I began to realize this is a sort of comprehensive guide or resource book to the spiritual path/world/life.

The beginning chapters teach you how to witness (be very present and observe with detachment), list the spiritual stages (preschool to university), and answer the often overlooked question: What exactly is the ego? (And, how did it develop?)

The middle of the book is also great. Chapter 3 details 7 paths of surrendering: surrendering to sexuality, life, inner power, love, individuality, inner wisdom, and will to exist. Chapter 4 is perhaps the best description I have ever read of the 7 bodies, and how they correlate with the chakras, as well as how to move through them. We are warned of stumbling blocks along the way and advised on how to purify the bodies. This section alone makes the book a real keeper to refer to often. Chapter 5 is about how to heal the ego mind into consciousness.

Have you ever wondered exactly what thoughts were? There is an entire chapter devoted to the discussion of thoughts, what they are, how they are connected to emotions, and how to deal with them.

No doubt, the best is saved for the last. Near the end of the book we are given a complete chapter on breaking free from the illusion and another very comprehensive chapter packed with all kinds of meditation tools and techniques. There is bound to be several practices that will appeal to each of us. What I appreciate are the active, dynamic meditations for when we simply do not feel like sitting still! I was even inspired to purchase 2 of Osho's CDs for these meditations!

Speaking of Osho, I recall in the `80s when the media made him into a laughingstock and materialistic madman. (And who ever heard of anyone getting enlightened through him?) Even though I have several acquaintances that lived with him in India and Oregon, I never really got the story straight until I read the last chapter. Eliza makes it very clear that he was a true master, and that the ranch was (contrary to rumors) not an orgy! I was so touched by her experiences with him that I went online and got 2 books by Osho.

My only criticism is that I think the last chapter perhaps should have been first. At the end, we get to know the author and her complete personal journey to awakening. We see her growth not only in this life, but from several past lives as well! This is perhaps the most inspiring. We are left with the feeling that if she can do it, so can we! It is simply a matter of focus and intention. Many nondual books say, do nothing, just observe. This book is inspiring me to take a more proactive approach! I plan to incorporate several of the dynamic meditations to unblock the energy and get the chakras flowing!

Susan Schenck, author of The Live Food Factor: The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet
and
Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn't Work
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
A Must for anyone who wants to know his inner potential! May 30 2008
By wortedieaufwecken - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
THis book is a beautiful guide to awakening to your higher consciousness. Eliza Mada Dahlian explains in a beautiful way what awakening/ enlightenment means and by describing her own awakening one gets a really rare view into the state of an awakened being. never have i read before such a detailed description of what self- realization means, including all the emotions and thoughts etc.
the beautiful meditations can be a guide ot start the inner journey to healing into consciousness.
i love this book! thank you, mada!
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
So refreshing! Sept. 18 2008
By K. Roth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I found this book to explain ego development and the spiritual journey in such a complete and yet simple way. I love that someone is finally talking about the usefulness of the ego on the spiritual journey, what a relief! From a serious spiritual seeker to someone contemplating the path, all will gain from this book.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
In Search of the Miraculous: Healing into Consciousness Aug. 13 2009
By Elise Dennis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
After listening to a podcast of an interview with the author I felt moved to order this book. I've worked as a clinical social worker and in publishing mainstream books. My experience in social work was that we lacked a technology that could really heal; in reading books on consciousness, metaphysics, spiritual and mystical traditions, or pop psychology there was often something missing in the application or the explanation. The books often seemed like "flavors of the week," retreads, or followed a cookie cutter format: case histories, remarkable cures, a new twist here and there, quotes from the great mystics. happy talk or "tips," or too much information on the personal journey of the author. Or worse, mysticism without giving an understanding of the necessary steps to enlightenment.

Dalian's "against the grain" notions of how the ego needs to be strengthened in order, paradoxically, to be put aside and her advocacy of saying negative thougts aloud before an outbreath as opposed to repeating mantra-like positive affirmations that do not address unconscious thoughtforms in the body reflected a spiritual traveller who can think outside the box.

The book is outstanding for it's precision, depth, ease, density of information, and uniqueness of format. Dalian leaves her personal odyssey for the ending chapters which showed spiritual humility and works well for those who tend to interpret information in terms of the sender. I'm glad to own the book and will recommend it to others because I think it will age very well will resonate with many.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A book for the sincere seeker! Aug. 30 2011
By Lila A Haris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This book seems to speak the most to those that have been searching for along time and have tried many things. Going beyond the superficial band-aid approach you often see in the self-help industry and spiritual/religious practices, this book is an in-depth practical guide for understanding the human experience and your own unique journey. I feel the author wants to trigger your own individual desire for truth and everything in this book comes from her direct experience.

Before I found this book I had been reading and learning about the ego and how the mind creates stories which creates our reality. I tried really hard to not be in my ego and would get glimpses of living life more directly instead of my stories. But it seemed really hard and I couldn't sustain it, I kept thinking I must be addicted to my mind and I wondered how to deal with this. When I found Mada's book it gave me the answer of why I was struggling, and so many other questions that other teachers couldn't help me with.

It was a great relief to stop struggling against myself and instead discover more about myself.

I feel there is a whole continuum on the journey and a lot of people talk from the end of it, enlightenment and oneness and all that. But there is a process on the way and for me it didn't help me to try to be like those teachers, I had to understand where I was in order to help myself.


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