Five years after having been diagnosed with breast cancer, I am reminded daily that we can make discerning choices that invite a series of unspeakably perfect miracles. Choices that invite miracles are those that dramatically alter our perspective, open us to transformation, and manifest something beyond what we ever thought possible. When we consciously declare our intention and direct our energy positively, we are likely to make such choices, which can transform our thoughts, bodies and ultimately, our lives.
Choices that invite miracles are initiated by our cocreation with source-light energy. These choices take us outside our bodies, beyond thought, belief, and any physical condition. This is where we have the opportunity to crash the hard drive and choose a new clean operating system. For example, in cocreating my wellness, I called in what was to become my energetic support team: my beloved husband, Doug, my bodyworker, David, and my friend and transformational seer, Bryan Christopher to release the deeply seated patterns and emotional process that can congest the heart center-an area of the body uniquely associated with giving and nurturing. Opening to higher levels of light awareness, I released these energy blocks at the soul level. Moreover, I had to trust and give myself permission to follow my personal healing path.
In situations that challenge us, we have to let go beyond every past thought, belief and mindset and trust ourselves to make distinctive choices. Sometimes these decisions make some of our closest family and friends panic, even questioning our sanity. Yet, their perspective allows us to compassionately see how afraid people can become when they think they’re about to lose someone they love. We have to listen to our hearts, even if it means going against people we love or powerful authority figures. Having the confidence to trust our power and make these choices, do invite in miracles.
*My experience is explored in more detail in Chapter Five of my book Soul-Hearted Partnership and will also be a the topic of an upcoming interview on Women’s Radio.