Updated: Jul 22
Some people think miracles are rare. Others believe they exist but can't imagine receiving one. Having experienced many blessings in my life, I encourage you to embrace the concept that gifts are available for everyone.
The first step is to believe that you deserve miracles in your life. Believe that you deserve help with anything—a physical illness (even if it is "non-curable"), an emotional problem, a logistical issue like finding an excellent place to live—Spirit is there. Remove your doubts and embrace the possibilities.
Increase the time you devote to your spiritual practice. The more mindful, present, and spiritually attuned you are, the more room you create for miracles to appear.
🙏🏻 Listen to sacred music.
🙏🏻 Do daily affirmations.
🙏🏻 Have faith.
🙏🏻 Surrender to Spirit.
🙏🏻 Trust that a miracle is on its way to you.
🙏🏻 Rather than ask Spirit for a miracle, there is more power in thanking Spirit in advance for the blessings.
My miracle journey started back in my '30s. Actually, it started at a much younger age, but I was too young to understand it. When I was three, I almost drowned. I fell into a lake at night. It took a lot of CPR to get me breathing again. Another time, probably around five years old, I fell into the deep end of a swimming pool and sank to the bottom. Fortunately, a worker jumped in immediately and rescued me.
In my 20s and early 30s, I struggled with endometriosis. I had three surgeries; they would clean up everything, and then, over time, it would return. Before my 4th surgery, the surgeon did an ultrasound at the hospital right before the operation. As they wheeled me to the operating room, he stopped the gurney and told me I needed to sign a new release because he saw a large tumor on the ultrasound and needed my permission to remove it. I silently said, "I am done." Once I was back in my room, the surgeon asked me what happened. "The tumor and all scar tissue from your prior surgeries were gone. The only explanation is a miracle."
My next big miracle happened when I was pregnant with my son. Around 24 weeks, I had an intense vision dream. In the dream, I was in the delivery room. It surprised me that I didn't know how to do the Lamaze breathing to help with labor. The next thing I noticed was a calendar on the wall. The date said it was September 16; my due date was not until late November. I immediately realized I didn't know how to do Lamaze because I had not started taking the classes. Then it hit me; I was having the baby prematurely.
The following day I woke up with slight cramping. Usually, I would not have been concerned with a bit of cramping. However, because of the dream, I called the doctor's office. They had me come in immediately. My baby had dropped into the birth canal; the doctor sent me home on bed rest. They rechecked me the following day. I was in labor, so she admitted me to the hospital, where I spent a week on all kinds of medicine as they tried to stop the labor.
On September 16, they wheeled me into the delivery room because the labor had intensified, and they anticipated I would be giving birth. Fortunately, the last experimental medicine they tried worked. After a week, they sent me home, and I remained on bedrest for the rest of my pregnancy.
What was particularly significant about this miracle was that it made me accept that I did indeed have the ability to receive vision messages about the future. If I had not had the dream, my baby would have been born at 24 weeks.
In my '50s, a neurologist diagnosed me with multiple sclerosis. I told Spirit that I would accept that decision if they needed me to have it for the rest of my life. I also said, "In the meantime, I am going to work on removing it by learning all the spiritual lessons it brings me." After years of numerous alternative healing sessions and a deep dive into my personal growth, a shaman I met in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, completely removed it in 2018. I have been MS-free for almost five years.
While living in Asheville, North Carolina, a psychic healer told me he saw cancer energy surrounding my right breast. My doctor found a large lump in my right breast five years later. I immediately jumped into healing mode; I wanted it gone before they did a biopsy. My first call was to the psychic healer. He said it was cancerous. He made me promise I would follow all Western medicine protocols before he agreed to help me, explaining it was too late to first try alternative healing. The next day I had an ultrasound of my right breast. The lump was gone! I returned to my doctor, who initially found the lump, to ensure she could not find it. She was shocked, saying, "I have never seen a large lump disappear so quickly. That is not something that normally happens."
In 2018 I was shocked when my doctor thought I had uterine and ovarian cancer. He wanted to do surgery and asked me to agree that he could remove anything he thought didn't look good. I reluctantly agreed to the surgery but said I would not let him remove anything before talking with me and showing me the biopsy results. I spent three weeks having multiple sessions with alternative healers. The surgeon was amazed to see that everything looked good. All the biopsies came back negative. So grateful I stood my ground with the surgeon; otherwise, he probably would have done a complete hysterectomy and removed my ovaries and tubes.
Last week I found out I had to move unexpectedly, and needed to find a place to live, pack, and move in less than 30 days. Spirit helped me remain grounded and centered as I leaped into action. I thanked Spirit in advance for finding me a perfect place for my next home. Since I had surrendered entirely, it didn't phase me when I saw places I didn't want. A few days into my search, Spirit gave me a fantastic gift. The owner of the property wanted to stop doing short-term Airbnb rentals. We both felt an immediate connection with each other. He offered to let me live there long-term at a reduced rate.
I told him, "I have been praying to find a special place like this to live." He responded, "And I have been praying to find someone like you to take good care of my house." I reached for his hand to shake it when it was time to leave. Instead, I said, "I know this may seem weird, but I want to hug you." He replied, "I feel the same way."
I don't know about you, but I have never felt like hugging a rental real estate agent. It was a perfect ending to this beautiful miracle.
So, what are you waiting for—start calling in your miracles!