Hello Miracle Enthusiasts!
I found an article on how to create miracles that I think you will enjoy. The article is originally titled “Develop a Miracle Thinking Mindset” and was published on blog.dreamtool.org.
I contacted the author, Randy Peyser who gave me permission to reprint the article for you. Without further ado, please read Randy’s article below.
Kathleen Ronald makes no sales calls to attract clients, yet her phone rings off the hook and she speaks before thousands of people every year.
Guitarist, Steven Walters, was given 24 hours to live. Fourteen years later, he still shows no signs of leukemia.
A fire, which consumed 500,000 acres, swept across Ronnie Chittim’s property in Oregon. While everything in every direction burnt to the ground, Ronnie’s home remained untouched.
Each of these people was looking for a miracle and each achieved it.
In the pursuit of your dream, do you ever notice how sometimes you have to work hard or struggle, while other times, things seem to flow more easily? Often, when you desire something, like more business, a relationship, greater abundance, or good health, you might take the necessary action steps, throw in a few prayers for good measure, then wait for your miracle to unfold.
But if your desired outcome doesn’t appear, you may feel so frustrated or stuck that you might even begin to wonder if you’re going to have to spend the rest of your life making nests out of pencil shavings. Hold on, there’s hope!
Obviously, people like Steven, Ronnie and Kathleen did something that enabled them to create their goals. I call people like Steven, Ronnie and Kathleen, “Miracle Thinkers.”
“Miracle Thinking” is about developing the kind of mindset that leads to the growing of miracles in your life. If you want to create your dream, please consider becoming a Miracle Thinker.
Being a Miracle Thinker does not necessarily mean you have to have it together all the time. We’re human. We react, overreact, slump, despair, panic or feel stuck. We get depressed, feel fragile, lose it and sometimes feel lost.
However, being a Miracle Thinker means that, sooner or later, we remember that we can make new choices. We choose peace, and we keep on going in the direction of our dreams.
If you would like some quick steps to start developing a Miracle Thinking mindset for yourself, try some of these on for size:
• Step into and live your truth.
• Express yourself without censoring yourself.
• Make choices and take actions that lead to the cultivation of a miracle mindset.
• Be tactful, but choose to never withhold anything from anyone for any length of time.
• Make phone calls and do follow-ups.
• Let go of the victim stance.
• Step away from that which is not for your Highest Good.
• Say ‘yes’ to life more often than you say ‘no.’
• Move with the flow.
As you develop your ability as a Miracle Thinker, you might notice results immediately. But if it’s taking forever to create your dream: 1) either you are not clearly aligned with your goal and a part of you fears the achievement of it; 2) your goal isn’t for your Highest Good; 3) the timing isn’t right; 4) or you might be going through what I call, “W-A-I-T Training,” in which case there are more things for you to learn before you can have your dream.
If this is a timing issue, there are usually people or resources you need which aren’t in place yet. Divine Right Timing always trumps our own sense of timing. When no doors seem to open, think of this time as the ‘Ripening Time.’ Even if you are already a deep person, it’s guaranteed that you are being deepened even more by the Divine Source that created you. The trick is to maintain your Miracle Mindset and keep staying the course, regardless.
Hope you enjoy! Feel free to leave a comment, suggestion or question.