The Gregg Braden Audio Collection

  • by Gregg Braden
  • Narrated by Gregg Braden
  • 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Where is human evolution taking us? To answer this question, best-selling author Gregg Braden continues to break ground, merging the wisdom of lost prophecy and ancient prayer with the latest in scientific research on the destiny of humankind. The Gregg Braden Audio Collection brings together for the first time his revolutionary works - including a bonus all-new teachings, available nowhere else. Package includes:
Beyond Zero Point - Introduces Gregg Braden's pioneering theory that hidden within the earliest prophecies of the Essenes, Hopis, Egyptians, and others lies a universal and sacred set of technologies with the capacity to alter the future of civilization.

The Isaiah Effect -Bridging new insights into the physics of time with ancient wisdom from the Dead Sea Scrolls, Braden reveals how to harness the awesome potential of both prayer and prophecy to create "the Isaiah Effect" - a transformative tool for healing ourselves and the planet.

The Lost Mode of Prayer - Through freshly translated texts of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Braden exposes the inner workings of a potent force for creating profound changes in ourselves and those around us.

Plus an all-new 60-minutes on the practice of prayer and how to give and receive The Gift of Blessing. Includes a special extended guided blessing exercise.


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Thought provoking as usual

This collection of Braden's work is thought-provoking as usual. I didn't realize that some of this was from the late 90's and would like to see what's changed/been confirmed since esp as we near 2012. As an empath, I completely agree with his theories on shifts in the Earth and the lost mode of prayer. Some of the stories are repeated in each of the parts of this collection but they're good stories and are appropriate to each part of the collection, which stand alone. Having studied Christianity, Wicca, and the Law of Attraction, Braden offers a little different viewpoint that nicely complements my studies to date. More, please!
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- L. Tedder


Braden, while seeming heartfelt, is hopelessly careless with scientific fact. He repeatedly claims that "scientists now know" as he plunges into an area filled with conjecture. Clearly, he expects that the credulous will look no further and just buy in to his certainty. I'm puzzled at his being so disingenuous. Maybe he doubts the premises he is making and over-compensates by misleading with "facts." In the end, he simply discredits what would otherwise be a meaningful case.

A waste.
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- David Stone "Crane"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-03-2008
  • Publisher: Sounds True