Do you have to have faith when it comes to believing in miracles?
I was chatting to Ruth, a special friends’ 24 year old daughter. Clever and wonderful chick this.
About miracles. And how she cannot see how this is related to anything other than perhaps an unexplained occurrence. A coincidence of a sort. She cannot see miracles, has never experienced one, and of course doesn’t believe in them.
And then there is me, who knows, because I absolutely know that I know, that miracles occur. Without doubt. They just do.
Is it because I have faith in them? Or a subconscious mindset of their existence.
And this was on Sunday before our MKE webinar, which dealt with? Yes, you guessed right, miracles!
This is not an indictment on Ruth, but rather a comparison of our different belief systems. And of course she is fully entitled to her belief system.
In Scroll IV of Og Mandino’s book, we reaffirm for 30 days, 3 times a day that we are nature’s greatest miracle. Unique, special and that there is no one else like us. I know that!
I love Einstein’s quote – “There are only 2 ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
So even if I didn’t know then, which I did, Og’s reading and affirmations confirmed the concept of miracles.
The question obviously is, who helped ingrain into Ruth’s subconscious mind that miracles don’t exist? Because we know that our subconscious minds make all of our decisions. And hers has made the decision that miracles don’t exist. And then there is my mind that irrefutably knows and accepts that miracles do exist, because I have experienced them. And many, not just a few. The fact that I am alive is a miracle in itself.
Isn’t it a miracle to wake up after sleep? Or to know that our subconscious mind keeps us breathing and our hearts pumping?
So I know my choice to believe in miracles comes from my subconscious mind. I don’t think or remember that my parents taught me that. But somewhere I resonated with miracles, it may have been when I was learning about the functions of angels, archangels and ascended masters and their roles in our lives.
And now I practice the art and act of recognition in terms of them. Everything in our lives is in perfect harmony. Even when we are facing challenges. They exist for a reason. Even though it’s a pain in the proverbial butt!
I expect miracles. In fact I demand them of the Universe for my life. And for the lives of others. It’s the law of command. We command the Universe to assist us through prayer. And when our commands are met, is that just a coincidence? I doubt that because I see the miracle.
Dr Joe Vitale, the Ho’oponopono man, wrote a book called – The Miracle. If you know Ho’oponopono, the Hawaiian miracle healing method, its principles are essentially miracles at play. It’s the best book I have read in terms of co-creating miracles with the Universe.
Reminder to self – do yourself a favor and read it again, and re-apply the principles.
The only limits we have in our lives are the ones we place on ourselves. And everything in life is a projection from within us.
I know miracles exist, I can share lots of personal stories. And I’m glad that I believe in them. But then I understand consciousness and Universal principles.
What about Ruth? Will she have to see it to believe it? Or is it just the limitations she has created in her subconscious mind?
And how many more Ruth’s are there who reject the miracle notion?
Knowing miracles is indeed a part of consciousness.
I choose to live my life expecting miracles, being a miracle magnet, being grateful for miracles, manifesting them for myself and others, knowing that everything I get to experience is a miracle.
And then guess what?
I experience even more miracles.
“To be transformed, the whole basis of your thoughts must change. But your thoughts cannot change unless you have new ideas, for you think from your ideas.”
~ Neville Goddard.
In gratitude, respect and love