Almine has often said that when we walk this journey together and actually implement the teachings and live our lives expressing who we truly are, miracles become commonplace. Many of our sisters and brothers around the world experience miracles in their daily lives and besides being a wonderful event for those they affect directly, they also serve as a great inspiration for the rest of us. In our different radioshows, forums and books, miracles are described and discussed, for example with the Belvaspata healings. But why is it that there are actually not even more miracles being reported? And why do they happen, or not, in the first place?
A miracle is actually the definition of the magical life. It is what happens when the gap between cause and effect is closed. To do that it is imperative that we reduce life to the eternal moment – to live in the moment and stretch it like a soap bubble. When in this moment of peace we only do what the moment requires, and the knowing of what to do comes from the inner senses’ prompting. They come alive when we fully, and simultaneously, live the four perspectives. You can read more about them here.
One of the reasons that miracles don’t always get recognized is that people tend to disacknowledge that it even happened. Because the incident might be so far away from their world view that to accept what happened as a fact, would pull the rug away from under their feet. So they come up with a logical explanation that they can relate to. In the past it seems like miracles happened a lot more often and out in the open, but due to cosmic changes and the nature of time and space, this has changed.
Many lightworkers feel that they do their “homework” and long for certain manifestations to take place, or wonder why miracles happen to some people and not others. In the current online course Answers for Lightworkers 2, Almine explains about three reasons why miracles may or may not happen:
1. The 100th monkey effect
When an established grid of information has been created it makes it easier to access for others. So when enough people have shifted and brought it to a point of change, miracles seem to happen more often for them.
2. Attachment to outcome
When we are looking for a certain miracle, we impose our will on life. We can’t always get what we want, because sometimes it aligns with Infinite intent, sometimes it involves other people, animals etc. A large portion of ourselves is unknown and we don’t have the complete overview or remembrance of agreements, for example between loved ones, pets etc.
3. Perhaps not the best for us
When one door closes, another must open. It’s a river, not a closed pond. If the miracle were to happen it might deprive you of something better further down the river.
At the recent Shamanic Women’s Retreat that I was so privileged to join, a new reality was birthed. Life has gone up a level and I feel in my heart that we can indeed live a miraculous life, and that we now have the tools to do it in a whole new way. I am ready for more miracles in my life!