In a period when our planet is in a crisis… banks going under, people losing their homes and jobs and the sense of foreboding that surrounds us, it sure will be good to see a miracle. I wasn’t surprised at all when this crisis hit and it isn’t a scenario I elect to neither dwell on nor get upset about. This crisis was predicted years ago. It absolutely was prophesied when a period came when humanity was more concerned making use of their possessions than one another, the world as we realize it would change. There will be floods, wars, famines, a growth in crime and the major banks and financial institutions would fall. It would have been a awaken call.
Is that not quite what’s occurring these days? We are now living in a civilization where most people live beyond their means. It’s develop into a “gotta contain it” indulgent society. We wish instant gratification. And we have gone beyond our means to get it. We think only of the physical pleasures and have lost our link with the mind and spirit of humanity. Our kids are following in our footsteps. They’ve most of the bells and whistles available and they’ve them the moment they become available. They’re a generation of kids who don’t really understand what it’s to take responsibility for his or her actions nor the satisfaction of earning a reward for work well done. They see, they want, they get. Just like us. Of course I’m generalizing. There are kids and adults who help others and are responsible. But they’re a minority.
So, perhaps, this crisis could be considered as magic, one that’s forcing many of us to stop and decide what’s important. What are the priorities in your lifetime? How can you change your current circumstances? What are you willing to do to produce your lifetime work now? I believe we all have too much’stuff.’ Last year I visited a next world country where I found that families, friends and community are at the top of their listing of priorities. Exactly what a different world they live in ucdm. No, they do not have four-bedroom, two hundred thousand dollar homes. They don’t have two cars, four TVs, every gaming available or the most recent fashions but they’ve the sense of togetherness. Then when did we lose ourselves? What happened that people value possessions significantly more than humanity? I believe this is a personal dilemma. There is probably a different answer for every of us that people could evaluate and decide what we are able to do to alter ourselves and consequently, change our world. In this we are able to experience our miracles.
So what’s magic anyway? Albert Einstein said and I quote, “There are two ways to call home your life. One is like nothing is really a miracle. The other is like everything is really a miracle.” I have a tendency to agree with him.
Once we think of miracles, we automatically think of healings which come directly from God or among His chosen ones. In the dictionary this is defined as: “An event that is apparently despite the laws of nature and is regarded being an act of God.” In actual fact, miracles happen everyday to ordinary people. And there’s more then one definition of’miracle’in the dictionary. Here’s another: “An event or action that’s totally amazing, extraordinary or unexpected.” Could we then say this major crisis might be a miracle and be grateful for it happening? Now that is a tall order, isn’t it. Be grateful that we’re losing all our money and possessions. Has it made you more alert to that which you do have? Then that is a miracle.
Being grateful or thankful is straightforward to do for what we perceive as the great things in our lives. Being grateful for everything is just a tad harder. Asking the question, “So what can I learn from this case?” helps us to understand what we could do to alter it and move on and that is a miracle.
For centuries, worldly scholars have told us that what we think we are. That means that should you consistently think you’re fat, poor, jobless or other things you’re thinking then that’s that which you are. Everything is energy and your thoughts and actions are part of that energy. What we think, how we act and what we do is transmitted in to the universe. (It’s similar to sending an email within the Internet). That energy resonates with like energies and returns for you that that you have transmitted. It’s as easy as that. Einstein told us that years back and we’re just just starting to know how important it is. Changing our thoughts and energy might be the answer you are looking for.
To see these changes and consequently, miracles we have to tune into them. By being alert to our surroundings we begin to own more and more’strange’things happen. Challenge yourself. Put a thought in to the universe several times per day and become alert to what’s happening around you. Make that challenge something that you can measure. Something similar to, “I’ve the $50.00 to pay my friend back.” Your response may come in a strange way. That’s why you’ll need to keep yourself updated of what’s happening around you. The other thing I remember to do is usually to be grateful for all that I’ve and for items that come my way so after each’transmission,’ I say, “Thank you.”
Our planet is in a crisis. Humanity has lost its direction. We have been given a wakeup call. Viewed as magic, this crisis is giving us the chance to target on our relationships be it family, friends, employees/employers, community or self. It is forcing many of us to stop and decide what’s important. Miracles are waiting to take place to you. The decision is yours.