‘Life Can Be a Miracle’ is possibly the most unexpected course in miracles (in a novel) you may encounter. The book comes from one of the enigmatic parts of the world: the Balkans, and particularly from the oldest and rather mysterious country there, Bulgaria. Like the unique asymmetric rhythms of Bulgarian music that astonish Western even temperament, the approach to reality this book offers may shake up your structured, algorithmic and perhaps boring or ineffective approach to life. ‘Life Can Be a Miracle’ brings an unusually optimistic breath of fresh air, as warm as a Balkan summer, to our way of perceiving reality. This is the right book for readers who want a fresh take on reality, who do not take themselves too seriously and who would like to explore new and different ways to relate to themselves and to the world — not as alien and hostile subjects, but rather as allies who share and exchange extraordinary resources in surprising ways. How can a tiny piece of blue cheese lead you to your ultimate life purpose, removing all the barriers you have built against a joyful, fulfilled, miraculous life? This and many more incredibly fun and easy-to-apply techniques can be found in this fascinating, original and inspiring novel.
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Bulgarian author, Ivinela Samuilova, has an MA in Theology and a strong interest in the inner world of human beings. Ivinela’s books are best sellers in Bulgaria where she is considered to be an influential, original and spirited new voice. Ivinela’s debut novel ‘Life Can Be a Miracle’ was translated and released in English as an e-book in 2013.
I met psychologist Alexey Bachev in 2008 when I started studying psychotherapy. I became intrigued by his personality and his working approach. At the end of 2009, using some authentic information, I wrote ‘Life Can Be a Miracle’ in which Alexey is a protagonist, convincing him to keep his real name in the book because I wanted more people to have a chance to learn about his method.
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