What Other Leaders Are Saying
  • Jack Canfield... "Reading Unexpected Miracles made me smile over and over again. I know it will do the same for you. Life is full of miracles. When you expect them, they occur more often... this book will help you create more of them in your life."
  • Dr John Demartini... "One of the benefits of Dr John Hinwood's journey is reflected in his excellent writings, which bring individuals hope, and most definitely a collection of facts, more than just one of fads... he shares a life full of miracles."
  • Mark Victor Hansen... "Having read You Can EXPECT A MIRACLE… The Book To Change Your Life I have only three words for this book. I loved it!"
  • Irena Yashin-Shaw PhD... "If you ever have the opportunity to have John speak to your people or at your event, just grab it. He will literally hand you a miracle. Thanks for everything John."
  • Charles "Tremendous" Jones... "Dr Hinwood's life is filled with miracles because of his great level of expectation. His life of miracles has blessed the lives of thousands around the world because he never sought miracles for selfish reasons."
  • Amanda Vaccaro... "John's 'Expect A Miracle' cards ushers the dimension of possibility and invites each individual to be open to receive from this dimension. This card is now my trigger for daily expectancy and gratitude for wonders and miracles."
  • Dr Brian Kelly... "John has a rare gift of being able to communicate ideas and principles through stories and to empower audiences. It has often been said by participants that they felt he was 'speaking directly to them individually'."

Miracle Story


Graeme MacLean
New South Wales

Saved at the Bull Fight

Submitted into: Miracles of Travel Category,

On: 2007-11-05

John Hinwood is 60. Big deal. I mean why would we celebrate that when we know he'll live to at least 160? Here is a bloke who defies all the rules.

He's the bloke who lost an index finger and turned that hand into the strongest ever known in chiropractic. I've been treated by that hand and he knows how to inflict pain. Ask him how he's reduced the strongest football players to wimpering, simpering babies.

My undying memory of John Hinwood is of the first time we met. In 1973 Elisabeth (my wife) and I were traveling in Latin America and we were at a bullfight in Bogota, Colombia. We were spellbound by the amount of wine that the spectators were drinking and the increasingly agro mood of the crowd made us a little uneasy. For those that don't know, Colombia is one of the most violent countries in the world and it is very easy to feel uneasy there. After a bull jumped into the crowd, yes, that's right, it jumped over the barrier and into the crowd an extremely unusual occurrence, but what one might expect in Colombia, the crowd went even wilder. All of a sudden a Colombian woman near us passed out but her companions didn't seem to care too much. A couple with Australian accents had seen what had happened and rushed to her aid. John grabbed a policeman's baton from its holster and held up the lady's head so that she wouldn't choke on her own vomit. He had rightly guessed that she had had a heart attack, but unbeknown to us John had committed the cardinal Colombian sin. He hadn't shown sufficient respect to the Colombian cop who began to draw his gun and put this impertinent gringo back in his place. John however in typical Aussie style, told him to piss off' because the woman was dying and needed all the help she could get. The policeman got the message even though it was delivered in English not Spanish, it was a MIRACLE.

That was John at his best – decisive, fearless and caring. And the good news is here, we are celebrating his 60th birthday and we've got another 100 years of that to come from him.

Graeme MacLean
Sydney, NSW, Australia


Expect a Miracle - Bull in the crowd