Reflect Upon the Miracles that You Have Experienced In Your Life

  • What happened before, during, and after the miracle?
  • How did it affect your life?

 

Once we let the tidal waves of emotions and outer conflict pass over us, amazing troves of treasures can be found on the sands.

Therefore, when the largest and most ferocious waves are approaching, I not only dive deep — I wait for a miracle. The greatest miracles, and those which I cherish most, have almost always come after extremely negative situations. This has happened so many times that anytime something awful happens, I expect something positive to poke its head around the bend.

(Click here to listen to “Everything is Coming Our Way,” about how there is always hope no matter how dark it gets)

There are a couple of hitches to this universal law of positive outcomes. The first is that we need to have the right attitude for the miracle to occur. If we dive deeply under the turbulent wave, if we are careful not to fall into depressed, angry, or despairing moods, and if we work the issue spiritually, then we reap unbelievable riches.

The second hitch to the universal law of miracles is that we can’t just wait — we have to act. The Universe will do its part, but we need to do our part as well.

Sometimes after seemingly negative situations, we’re not aware of the ensuing miracles for months — sometimes years. Sometimes the miracles are external (like the miracles of meeting Sioux, and finding our house) while sometimes they are internal life-changing lessons that are crucial for our self-development.  As human beings, we don’t like change. Sometimes we need negative things to happen to us to kick us toward better things.

 

Reflect Upon the Miracles that You Have Experienced In Your Life

  • What happened before, during, and after the miracle?
  • How did it affect your life?

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Dan Messinger is the author of Holy Crap, a multimedia collection of spiritual tools that help you create meaning from everyday hassles.
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