Do You Believe in Miracles?
Miracles happen all the time. We do not always sense them, or realize how full our world, and the universe, is with miracles. Very often we think about a miracle as something huge happening, a drastic shift or change in things, like a sudden struck of lightning in our environment, transforming our existence in a second. Miracles take place all the time, some of them bigger, some smaller. If we constantly expect a miracle to be a major event, we are likely to miss out the smaller miracles.
One thing is certain: in order to experience miracles in your life, you have to start believing in their possibilities, if you already do not. The deeper your belief, and the more you trust in miracles taking place at all times, everywhere, and the stronger your affirmations are, the higher the probability of you starting to sense how full of miracles your surrounding, your life, and the whole world is.
There is much more to life than the human eyes, or other senses, can explain. As rational individuals, we often prefer translating things, people, and circumstances through rationalism and facts. We are eager to find logical explanations for anything, although deep within us we do know how important it is to use intuition and feelings in order to be capable of expanding as individuals. A miracle is not bound to any certain culture or religion, and miracles are acknowledged in all religions. Miracles are a part of spirituality.
Jon Bon Jovi has said: “Miracles happen every day. Change your perception of what a miracle is and you will see them all around you”.
Sometimes difficult circumstances or major life crises lead us to increasingly believe in miracles. We need something to believe in, something that motivates us, inspires us, and guides us further on our life paths. However, sensing miracles does not require having a difficult life, or difficulties in life. Miracles are always there for each and one of us, no matter what our situation may be.
Experiencing miracles in one´s everyday life becomes easier with belief, increasing spirituality, and opening our minds to sensing small and big wonders, being grateful for anything that life gives us – even tough times, since they can be such important lessons for us. However difficult it can be, try to express gratitude even for setbacks and problems – they most often are the greatest lessons life has to offer us, and lead to personal development when we are open to learning.
- Without challenges, appreciating all good things in life would be more difficult.
- Without rain, we would not be able to see rainbows.
- Without yin, there would be no yang.
- Without you, there would be no me.
- Without the Sun, there would be no Moon, no Earth.
- Without the Moon that we see on the sky each night, there would be no ebb or flood.
The Universe is full of miracles. Many of them so big, so familiar, so small, so everything, that we have become too accustomed to even noticing them in our lives.
“Many people are alive but do not touch the miracle of being alive”.
(Thich Nhat Hanh)
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer is one of those inspirational individuals who speaks about experiencing miracles. Watch this video clip on YouTube to listen to his message: