[Monday Message] The Miracle of Manifestation

One of the keys to manifestation is to allow for the possibility that a miracle could occur.

Miracle: /ˈmirək(ə)l/ noun – a surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency; a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences; an amazing product or achievement, or an outstanding example of something.

What does it mean to allow for the possibility? It means you don’t have to believe it’s going to happen, but you allow space for the idea that it could. So, don’t say “There’s no way this could happen.”

Another key to manifestation is to celebrate that the miracle might be possible. Because, really, if it’s possible that an improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment could happen, how awesome is that?

Yet another important key to manifestation is to get out of your own way and let the miracle happen. I am my own greatest enemy. My negative ego will argue that the possibility doesn’t exist, that I’m wasting my time, that this is a pointless exercise. In what situations do you disbelieve in the infinite power of the universe? Where do you block yourself? It might help, for the purpose of getting past this block, to write a list of every time something even remotely miraculous has happened in your life. Did you lose your keys and were therefore late, only to miss a traffic accident? How often have you found a parking space that is more convenient than anticipated? Everybody has miracles, they don’t have to be super sparkly.

Go forth! Play with this! Let yourself see how powerful you are!

This post is part of a series called Monday Message, based on that day’s reflection from 365 Days to Enlightenment (authorized versions are currently out of print, working on a new edition). Check back next Monday for another one! You can also sign up for the Daily Message on my mailing list if you’d like to receive a new reflection every day. I also often post them to Instagram, if that’s a medium you enjoy.

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