Dear Marvelous You,
Ever have this happen to you?
After four solid days of calm bliss and oh so spiritually wise and on-track thinking, feeling, believing, intending and knowing 10000% where I’m going and that blessings and gratitude were shining upon me and everyone I love, something happened.
This morning I woke up in a crabby mood.
I didn’t feel like writing my blog. I’m in the middle of re-recording some of my upcoming IN-Vizion® Process master class. Yesterday I was so grateful and proud. Seven a.m. this morning? Not so much.
The voices in my head were droning on and on saying “Nothing is perfect, who will come, it’s not enough, it’s really good but it’s supposed to be GREAT…is it is it? !!!
What if what if? Why- why –how- how- who –who- what- what?? Waaaaaaa.
I’ve concluded that Doubt of any nature is boring. Boring bunch of BS.
I have tools. Did I want to use them? Not at first, a little wallowing in negativity reminded me of familiar moments. Moments when I could savor the words of my inner challenger saying “I told you so.”
Moments when I “knew” miracles were for other people. Abundance was for loss in my family, fear was background music to failure. OY VEY! Talk about hijacked.
I actually said out loud “GET LOST”. My dogs thought I meant them and jumped off the sofa.
My Higher Self steps in – that’s ENOUGH! Nudge, nudge…I need a miracle. Show me.
Here’s what happened. I opened my computer only to bawl my eyes out watching a video that “somehow” was the first thing I saw on my Facebook feed.
Tricky Higher Power synchronicity web caught me! I’m pretty selective about what I watch on the net but I heard my inner miracle cheerleaders sing “open it open it!!”
So I did. So should you.
The video is about a young voice teacher who gets called on stage randomly by Kirsten Chenoweth at the Hollywood Bowl. Here’s the link to the video and the story.
You need to see the video to understand the gist of this blog.
You see miracles can be teeny, like asking to see a blue Dragonfly, or another sign in nature, but they can be huge and expansive and touch the hearts of millions too.
The best part of a miracle is when witnessed, it’s contagious! It can be your miracle even if you’re in your pajamas with coffee at seven a.m. sniffling from the angst of perfectionism and writer’s block.
The beauty of this unknown singer, “co-incidentally” plucked from the audience 11 years after her dad sent an “impossible intention” on the wings of a prayer that his daughter would one day sing with Kirsten Chenoweth.
My heart was broken open….. my faith restored, my goblins fell promptly asleep, I felt hope again. And I believed in miracles and magic once more.
Don’t ever stop praying for the “impossible”. Impossible things are happening every day….
Love to hear your thoughts about this experience.
Have you ever asked for the impossible and then years later kaboom? It happens?
Tell me your story…but watch this first.
Love you always and forever
The InVision Project
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