“You know that voice inside of you that says, ‘I can’t do it.’ Don’t let that little f— win.”—Marc Maron
Just a quick post today to remind you that miracles are trying like bloody hell to happen in your life.
All you have to do is create the frequency that allows them to be freely broadcast.
Here are a couple “miracle broadcasts” that recently dropped into my inbox.
Take it away, Diane:
“Soon after I asked the Universe to show me something cool, I put on an antique record from 1951 called American Indian Songs of the Southwest, which included a Zuni raindance. I was thinking how cool it would be if it could rain when I played the record, but then I didn’t think about it again.
“I was three-quarters of the way through the record and enjoying the music, when my apartment was hit by a big downpour! I was totally impressed. And, the rain mostly stopped when the record finished.
“Later, I looked up the weather forecast for my town for that day and the forecast called for zero precipitation, and the whole day had been really nice weather. Now, that’s a miracle.”
“My hubby and I had written the butterfly experiment off as not successful. So about two weeks later, I was looking out in the backyard and saw two huge beautiful butterflies feeding on some flowers. I called my husband over to show him and we joked about the experiment.
“Only a day or so later our back porch becomes practically infested with caterpillars! There was a constant supply of them on the INSIDE of our screened in porch, plus many more crawling up the outsides! It was crazy! I would attempt to scoop them up to release them in the far corner of the yard only to turn around and have like a dozen more popping out of nowhere! Needless to say I told my husband it may well be time to shut off the experiment before the universe REALLY got crafty… (The next day they were all but gone.)”
And story #3:
“One by one I checked off the items from E-Cubed. Except for the beach ball. The second I saw that on the list, I felt not very optimistic. It’s November in New York, not exactly beach ball season. I told myself that maybe I’ll see one on the internet or on television. Nope.
“So it was the last day of the 72 hours. I was just finishing up at work (retail) when out of the corner of my eye in walks a little girl with her mom. What is she holding in her hands? A BEACH BALL!!! A big blue and white beach ball with blue stars all over it!!! I got a chill in my whole body, tears came to my eyes and I started shaking. I immediately called over my friend and explained the experiment and showed her the list on my phone so that i could have a witness.”
So that’s how we do it, folks!
Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and its equally-scintillating sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.