I Believe in Miracles!

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I have seen and witnessed more miracles this week than I can count.  When I use the word miracle, I’m talking about the kind described in A Course in Miracles, which defines a miracle as a shift in perception from a fearful way of looking at something to a loving way.  This happened many times during the Family Constellations I facilitated this weekend.  During both workshops on Saturday and Sunday, a theme emerged with participants who had been separated from their fathers for various reasons.  Some were angry, some were confused, and some were fearful.  It made my heart smile to see these participants become open to receiving a hug from the representative for their father by the end of their constellations.  I believe in miracles and the power of Family Constellations.

Recently, I learned that a dear friend has gotten caught up in an addiction.  I will admit I have had a few tearful and fearful moments thinking about this situation.  However, I have also had lots of prayerful moments by myself and with trusted friends who held the vision with me that my friend’s light still shown brightly under all those clouds.  This week a mutual friend shared with me that things were starting to turn around and that our friend was open to getting help.  I believe in miracles and the power of positive prayer.

Yesterday I experienced a miracle myself.  I started having fearful thoughts when my iPhone took a tumble and the screen went dark as I was rushing out the door to a meeting.  I tried to reset it and let it charge for a while during the meeting, but no luck.  My phone was unresponsive.  I chose to stay with loving thoughts as much as I could while driving to the Verizon store after the meeting.  When I explained my situation, they instructed me to take it to the Apple store.  As I waited to see someone at the Genius Bar, I kept repeating in my head my lesson for the day from A Course in Miracles.  “I trust my brothers, who are one with me.”  

With no phone to distract me, I kept repeating this mantra and thinking about what it meant to me.  There is no separation.  We are all one.  We all want to feel peaceful and happy.  No one at this store is out to get me.  Love is always on my side.  No matter what happens I will be okay.  I am not separate from my Source or anyone here at this store.  It’s all just a big Sea of Love.  I’m delighted to report my iPhone was still covered under warranty and they replaced it for free.  I believe in miracles and the power of practicing the Course!

If you’d like to see more miracles in your life, maybe it’s time to try Life Coaching or Family Constellations.  I base all of my coaching programs and constellations on the principles of A Course in Miracles, the teaching that has literally changed my life.  For more information, please visit my website or send me an email.  I’d be honored to help you shift your thoughts from fear to Love.  

Until next time remember, “Miracles are natural.  When they do not occur something has gone wrong.”  (Miracle Principle #6 from A Course in Miracles)

Have a miraculous week!

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