The Miracle Problem Solver by Kira Klenke (Book Review #361)

It is a miracle to find a book that provides a solution to every man’s problem. Can such a thing actually exist? By using systemic constellation, the author manages to introduce a method and to imply the notion of providing universal wisdom to its audience.

The Miracle Problem Solver is a non-fiction book that instructs you on how to use crystals and what spiritual effects it has in the process. It shows you how to be in control and become calmer, resolving the turmoil you are feeling from inside.

Although the book felt more meditational than anything else, the literature standard made it easy to understand. Furthermore, it did feel like the author knew what she is talking about and that careful consideration and research had gone through, in order to provide this monumental piece of work.

I had never known about such a method, and for me, this book was very enjoyable to read. I am not sure if this is something everyone can go home with and use to its fullest potential. However, what I can say is that it won’t hurt to try.

I recommend this to people with an open and curious mind.

Written by Jeyran Main

 

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