I didn’t believe in “healers” until I was healed by one. It’s funny in hindsight, because I had experienced many unexplainable happenings, particularly since I owned and operated the neighborhood angel store. Yet when it came to healers, I was a naysayer who lacked exposure to the miraculous gifts, until I wasn’t….
The experience came to mind today while I was listening to my coach speak about the ways in which many of us are apparently here on Earth to help heal and empower inhabitants and to create positive, endless ripples. We know what is true by how it feels, and as I heard her words, I was re-affirmed in my conviction to follow my calling.
[bctt tweet=”How about you? Have you experienced “miracles” in this life?”]
The truth is, the more we recognize the miracles in our subjective lives, the more miraculous experiences show up. In other words, we create the miracles with our appreciation for the day-to-day miracles that do show up. I think Einstein recognized this power of creation.
At any rate, with the concept of :miracles” in mind, although it challenges me to share such personally raw stories from my life, I thought you might enjoy reading the chapter from my first book, Blessings in the Mire: A True Story of Miracles & Recollections.
Free Excerpt PDF: Blessings in the Mire
Now grab the popcorn because I’m also including a quick slice: A video recording from one of the Blessings in the Mire suicide prevention and awareness rallies we supported. It’s short. And it’s beautiful: A performance by a pair of very young survivors who have lost loved ones to suicide.
If you have experienced healings, and other miraculous events, please be courageous and share them in the comments section so I know I am not alone…well, alone with Albert Einstein. 😉
Blessings in the Mire: A True Story of Miracles & Recollections is available on Amazon.