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  • Erudite, compelling . . . Miller's iconoclasm challenges orthodoxies and common practice . . . what makes this a credible and original investigation is Miller's solid and verifiable clinical and epidemiological data

    Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, i Newspaper
  • Lisa Miller is the leading psychologist of her generation on the benefits of religion and spirituality. She asks, 'What makes life worth living?' and finds evidence-based answers

    Martin Seligman, author of Learned Optimism
  • A new revolution of health and well being. She shows through scientific research, clinical insight, and personal experience that we can always choose between two modes of conscious awareness, each with profoundly different outcomes for our health and daily experience

    Deepak Chopra, author of Super Brain
  • A captivating look at what happens to our brains when we're connected to something greater than ourselves - and what it does for our lives

    Adam Grant, author of Think Again
  • Ushers in a new science of healing. This work is urgent; a vision for human potential that is sorely needed in our time . . . I simply could not put it down

    Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: My Journey from Homeless to Harvard
  • Truly transformative . . . Lisa Miller's life's work and story weave a tapestry of science, psychology and spirituality which unfolds a world of mystery and meaning . . . reveals a unity to the universe that can be accessed by both heart and mind for our mental and physical well-being

    The Rt Revd James Jones KBE, author of Why Do People Suffer?
  • Potent, profound, and accessible . . . a compelling examination of the correlations between spirituality and mental health

    Kirkus Reviews
  • Unequivocally shows that spirituality heals. Her pioneering research has vast implications not only for medical science, but also for the growing field of consciousness research

    Larry Dossey, author of Healing Words
  • A revisionist account of mind and matter . . . Miller argues that spiritual awareness is to be found across religious differences and should be considered a birthright

    Mark Vernon, Church Times

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