Ways To Create Miracles In Your Life
By Jerry D. Posner
Here’s a three-step process with a fine track record!
This is the revised version.
Step One: Pick a miracle — a positive outcome in some area of you life that is important to you. It could be about business, relationships, finance, family, personal growth, creativity. I’d suggest a small or medium sized miracle – those are much easier to create! Write it down.
Step Two: Make sure you really want it.
Ask yourself “Brain – Heart – Courage” questions, such as:
• What are my thoughts about this miracle? Are they positive? Conflicted?
• Can I imagine it, and imagine the impact to my life?
• How much do I want it?
• Does the thought of it make my heart sing?
• Do I have the courage to act? To risk disappointment?
• Do I have the courage to ask for it? To accept it?
If you’re happy with your answers, then proceed to …
Step Three: Eight suggestions or reminders to be practiced, in some appropriate combination, DAILY!
• Visualize the outcome … and the path to it. Visualize the steps you need to take. Break it up into small, smart actions. Also visualize yourself removing obstacles and solving problems that could come up.
• Desire it. Maintain enthusiasm, excitement and emotional focus.
• Anticipate it. Expect it. Believe in it. Some miracles require faith, hope, and patience.
• Ask for assistance, and accept the help when it is offered. Networking, emotional support, cheerleaders, prayer, Google, mentors …
• Put your miracle on your “to-do” list. Remind yourself daily.
• Choose optimism and remember your motivations — your reasons for wanting to create this miracle.
• Give yourself permission to have it. You just might be the one blocking it! Need more deserve-ability? Simply take a file card, write or print PERMISSION SLIP on it. Meditate on the card for a minute or two every day. By the way, you do not have to be a “perfect person” in order to create a miracle. There’s not one person who has ever received or created a miracle who is a “perfect person.”
• Make a plan, adjust as necessary. Be aware of feedback that comes from others, and from your own observations. Evaluate feedback WITHOUT becoming defensive! Enjoy the process!
PUT YOUR MIND TO IT.
STAY THE COURSE.
“There are many millions of people who would say that most everything about your life, right now, is a miracle.
Are you one of them?”