I believe in miracles. I see evidence for them everywhere. EVERYWHERE!
I tell all of my clients to expect miracles. Not to merely hope, wish, pray or wait for a miracle – nothing less than expectation.
Expectation is a strong belief that something will happen, or will be the case in the future. According to me, (and many other wise people)“a belief is simply a thought that you’ve thought so many times that your brain believes it. To teach yourself to expect miracles, you simply have to think the thought “a miracle will happen” over and over. You WILL. Believe and you’ll start seeing evidence everywhere.
What is a miracle, though? I have a pretty simple definition. A miracle is something wonderful that happens even when we don’t know how to make it happen. Yet.
Miracles usually unfold. They are usually the result of a series of action and events.
When we look forward at something we want very much, but have no idea how to get there, we get overwhelmed. We know that it will take a miracle- so expect one.
Looking forward – when we have no idea how we could ever get there – a miracle seems mysterious and magical and in need of some kind of divine intervention or inspiration. True.
Looking back, after the miracle has happened, we can see the series of actions we took to make it happen (along with some happy “coincidences”). It might be tempting to explain away the magic of the miracle, simply because we can now deconstruct it. But don’t fall into that trap – now we have hindsight, so it seems obvious. Not mysterious. But remember, it wasn’t obvious when we started out. When we started out, we had no idea, so we needed a miracle – and that’s what we got.
Okay, look back at your life. Look for those times where you had no idea at the beginning of something…yet still, it happened. See, there’s lots of evidence of miracles! Expect more miracles! Lots of them.
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