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The Challenge to Live a Phenomenally Miraculous Life

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One of my all time favorite quote by Albert Einstein is, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is.” 

At first I thought, wow, pretty black and white, Mr. Einstein… What’s wrong with somewhere in the middle? Certainly everything is not a miracle. But over time as I have continued to ponder over the words of this quote, I have been pleasantly surprised at how miraculous our life really is! I then eventually asked myself, what is a miracle anyway? And what, I wondered, was Albert Einstein’s definition of a miracle?

The Encarta Dictionary defines the word “miracle” as: “1. Act of God – an event that appears to be contrary to the laws of nature and is regarded as an act of god. 2. Amazing event – an event or action that is amazing, extraordinary, or unexpected, i.e. it’ll be a miracle if we get there on time. 3. Marvelous example – something admired as a marvelous creation or example of a particular type of science or skill.”

Just how expansive was Einstein’s definition of a miracle?

Here is a genius who broke through the old ways of thinking concerning the nature of energy and matter, time and space. Brilliant as he was, perhaps, I thought, Einstein was still in awe of the great mystery of life. And if so, did this lead him to be continually open to miracles as they occurred in his own life?

What might Einstein have to teach us about miracles? And what are we missing if we’re not open to miracles in our own lives?

Gregg Braden, best-selling author and internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality, writes, “Belief is a code created from the certainty of what we think in our minds, married to the acceptance of what we feel in our hearts. The bottom-line: If you know the code, you choose your limits.”

Have you ever stopped to consider your belief codes? Ask yourself, Are my limits too narrow? Have I limited miracles in my life because of my belief codes? Have I chosen limits that interfere with living my life more phenomenally more fully… more miraculously?

Consider and appreciate the miracles that happen in everyday life.

– A summer vegetable garden that bloomed from tiny seeds that you carefully tended.
– A letter from across the world that arrives in your mailbox.( I still love snail mail 🙂 )
– A loved one who has triumphed over cancer or a traumatic accident.
– If you’re a parent, the miracle of your own children… created from love, a part of yourself reborn in another.
– As a human being, the miracle of life walking past you, crawling around you, flying past you and rumbling in the leaves all around you.

The list can actually be endless….. add yours to these. You’ll be surprised, that when you start focusing on the miracles, you actually “feel” them in every moment.

Thoughts to Ponder about your Belief Codes…

– Have you ever said, “I can’t,” before you ever gave yourself the chance to prove that indeed you could?
– What miracles might have occurred had we been more open to the possibility?
– Are we just blind because of our years of mental conditioning?

When you ask yourself these questions, consider being kind to yourself first. We are all doing the best we can. Slowly allow yourself to ponder over the answers, so that your heart and mind can be open to the possibilities of considering every moment of your life as a miracle.

A Challenge:

I challenge you, as I have challenged myself, with the question: How have the miracles in your life been limited by your own belief codes?

“Sooner or later we realize that we are the master-gardener of our own souls, the director of our own lives.” ~James Allen.

As I examine my own life, I know without a shadow of doubt, that I might miss some miracles in my everyday because of my limiting beliefs. When I come across a belief that is limiting me from living a fuller life, a miraculous life…I ask myself where this limitation stems from and then untie that knot with my limitless beliefs of today.

Let’s examine our thoughts and beliefs and be open to the miracles that can occur in our lives. Let’s be open to the profound effect of beliefs on our bodies, minds and even our planet.

My wish for you is to be free to embrace all the wonderful miracles this phenomenal life has to offer us.

What are YOUR thoughts on living a Phenomenally miraculous life? How do you embrace the miracles in and around you? Share your phenomenal living thoughts in the comments below. I’d love to be aware of more and more miracles in and around me.

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Author: Zeenat {PositiveProvocations.com}

Counseling Psychologist/ Spiritual Counselor/Motivational Speaker/Naturopath/Holistic Healer/Writer

10 thoughts on “The Challenge to Live a Phenomenally Miraculous Life

  1. Wow..quite a miracle thought to be considered/challenged. It’s true, there are a lot of miracles in our daily lives that we must miss to notice which depends on our code like mentioned. The code is like our lense.

  2. A lovely way of reframing the every day Zeenat ❤

  3. I love that James Allen quote Zeenat…and I so agree that miracles are around us all the time, but we won’t see them if we don’t believe. 🙂

  4. Love this Zeenat – just look at all the other life around you and you’ll see miracles – we’ve just had caterpillars hatching out into butterflies in our sitting room – amazing!

  5. While we usually say, “Seeing is believing,” it’s actually the other way around: We only see what we believe. Yes, our beliefs can definitely limit our ability to see the many miracles that constantly surround us. My daily gratitude practice helps me to always be on the lookout for these miracles. Great questions!

  6. I consider every day a miracle, every sunrise and sunset, every bird song and even the rain. My morning prayer includes these words: “I still believe in miracles, and I expect a miracle every day.”

  7. Reminds me of a favorite quote: I don’t just believe in miracles, I rely on them. Thanks for a lovely post.

  8. There are miracles everywhere if we choose to see them. Whenever I appreciate nature, I see miracles or open my eyes and see the Divine in other people. It could be a flower’s bloom, the sun shining, a smile, or an opening of a door by a stranger, Great post Zeenat!

  9. So inspiring! I think we miss all the miracles happening around us each day because we are busy or are in our head. Let’s tune into those miracles and allow new ones to occur.

  10. Brilliant quotes and yes so true- we all are a miracle too xxx