The Isaiah Effect

Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy
Narrated by: Gregg Braden
Length: 2 hrs and 23 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (348 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Great Isaiah Scroll: does it hold the secrets to changing your life? In Jerusalem, within the Shrine of the Book Museum, resides the Great Isaiah Scroll - the most precious artifact of the Dead Sea Scrolls. So valuable is this scripture that extraordinary measures have been taken to safeguard it against any natural disaster or act of war. Why is this single document, lost to humanity for more than 2,000 years, so crucial to modern scholars and mystics? In The Isaiah Effect, best selling author Gregg Braden takes us on an investigation into this ancient Essene scripture - to reveal a set of inner tools capable of altering the destiny of human civilization.
©2001 Gregg Braden

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ZPE is real

I enjoyed Greggs interpretation of the global field of energy that "The Isaiah Effect" embodies. His idea's were refined in his next book "Divine Matrix" and is similar to "The Field" by Lynn McTaggert. I think all these authors have evolving out of the Quantum Consciousness groups to express these very old idea's in new ways. It shows that current science is getting closer and closer to these old truths when men like Gregg with more of a science background choose to write about some of these greater truths they discover. True Rosicrucians

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Lost understandings finally surface

If his research is true, then much has been explained such as what Jesus meant by love your enemies, forgive others as you would have God forgive you and peace be with you. It also explains just a piece of what is behind the power of prayer and what is meant by having faith the size of a mustard seed. Miracles can and do happen! I'm buying more of his books and books from anybody else I can get my hands on that covers the same topics.

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I believe it is quite advanced in subject, but the material is quite interesting and it presents ideas I had not heard before.

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Now you know...

Gregg Braden is to the point (not just zero point)... and tells it like it is. His "Beyond Zero Point" is just as good.

Similar good audio books from different authors would be Dr. Wayne Dyer's "The Secrets of Power of Intention" or Deepak Chopra's "The Book of Secrets". Albeit, they tell you more about how to handle "your" world, while it seems Gregg Braden tells you what to expect in "the world", and gives unique insights to cope with it.

All very enlightening for our fast paced western world.

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Fantastic!!!

Braden's work is objective and well presented. His new angle of approach and visionary abilities are helping us push past a sticking point in our time. Well worth time to here hear new and old ideas!

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A MUST LISTEN (READ)!

Gregg Braden has done an exceptional job at illustrating the connection between emotion and reality. Through a cohesive flow of story telling and information sharing he takes you on a journey of curiosity, understanding, and implementation. This is the type of discourse you revisit over and over again because you absorb something different each time. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

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A complete waste of time and money

He speaks of the Isaiah scrolls but never teaches what it says or covers what was taught in the scroll. A waste of time and money. I even wish I could delete it from my audible list that’s how useless it is to me.

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remarkable

wonderful knowledge of how our inner world affect our outer world. it showed us the mechanism we need for better life and a better world

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Something Missing

What did you love best about The Isaiah Effect?

I had thought this book was about the Book of Isaiah from the Old Testament. The writings of Isaiah the Prophet. If is was based on Isaiah's writings, I missed something while listening.

If you’ve listened to books by Gregg Braden before, how does this one compare?

I will have to go back and listen to this one again before I listen to another of Mr. Braden's books.

What about Gregg Braden’s performance did you like?

He is a good reader.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I am not certain.

Any additional comments?

I am not sure I would recommend this book to someone else. Confusing.

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The Isiah Effect leads us to the possibility, not of ‘change’, but of TRANSFORMATION.

In this 2020 year of the Covid-19 pandemic of earthly proportions that is complicated in the United States by violence and conflicting political agendas and manipulation, this message creates THE opening and the path to PEACE internally AND externally and this all lies with in each of us: together! Extremely well done!

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  • Theo Goodman
  • 12-31-17

Potentially Life-Changing

A really thought-provoking idea, articulated upon, and explained really well. I love the central theme, and will apply it to my life.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-23-16

Wow!

Loved this book. Highly recommended for anyone who is interested in making a difference in the world!

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  • Diana
  • 05-31-09

Excellent

Very enjoyable exploration into the power of prayer.

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  • caroluv
  • 04-18-19

Wish everyone could read this!

Great book, well told. Very informative and insightful, I have listened more than once. Thoroughly recommend.

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  • J. Colvin
  • 02-08-19

classic Braden joins the dots

I love how this author and talented speaker joins the dots between science, religion ancient cultures and estoric spiritual mysteries. Brief but food for thought and rewards with every listen.

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  • Sally
  • 10-10-18

Factually inaccurate

A lot of the content in this book is conveyed as absolutes - but when you spend any amount of time researching them then you find out there often have been disproven and mocked in any kind of community. Relays some information having only given half of what it means to fit his argument also. Initially quite impressed by his level of pure faith but he's a charlatan. Would not recommend this book for anyone who is truly Christian, it's new age popcorn spirituality and chaff. There are many scriptures in the bible to ward us away from this kind of nonsense.