The Isaiah Effect: Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy, written by Gregg Braden, the author of Walking Between the Worlds and Awakening to Zero Point, analyzes the lost scrolls that were discovered in the 1940's. The author takes a new approach to analyzing the scrolls and insists that the scrolls reveal the secrets to a peaceful world and how to achieve it.
The jury is out on whether this book holds the key to proper prayer as Gregg Braden suggests, or if it's just the ramblings of someone trying to sell books. According to the author, we live in a time that predates the prophecies of Isaiah and that through proper prayer we can change our destiny.
This book focuses on the improper way that westerners pray and that this fault can manifest a result that is not as expected or desired.
The author claims that a large part of the world's problems of today are the ignorance of the scientists of today that are not aware of the ancient prophecies and how they can be used to explain climate change and other events.
According to the author, if proper prayer is used we can easily heal ourselves and utilize the Isaiah Effect to our advantage, but of course the first step is unveiling what the prophecies really mean and learning to pray in a manner as directed by the ancient prophets.
"The secret of our lost mode of prayer is to shift our perspective of life by feeling that the miracle has already happened and our prayers have been answered."
If you pray like it's suggested in this book, you likely start feeling really good. As the Law of Attraction suggests, seeing and experiencing your desires with your mind's eye first you can feel confident that something good will happen. For many people, things have started happening in relation to their prayers, and they have changed their outlook for the better.
This book has reached pretty astounding levels when it comes to popularity. A large part of the popularity comes down to the need for westerners to understand why their "normal" prayers do not seem to be working, since a large part of the book does discuss the proper way to pray. That's why it makes sense that many people have a heightened interest in this book.
Since Gregg Braden is internationally renowned in bridging science and spirituality, I think he can be considered a reliable expert in this matter. However, his “new” way to pray may be a difficult concept that comes across as confusing for some people. His take on the lost scrolls is very interesting, and you can decide whether he's the foremost authority on ancient scrolls and whether The Isaiah Effect is the handbook on how to pray by reading it yourself.