Miracle Consciousness is needed in a Relationship.
We are in Copenhagen teaching the Miracle Consciousness Training in Tove Jensen’s Spiritual Center. It is always a joy to consider this subject, because it is what is needed in our everyday life to maintain our Relationships in the highest vibration we can. What exactly do we mean by “miracle consciousness?” A miracle is a shift in our perception, a correction in our thinking that transmutes problems into solutions; the kind of solutions free of conflict, strife, suffering, anger, and negativity in general. Miracles restore peace and joy, life and immortality to the mind of the miracle worker, and to the people around him or her.
A lot is said in A Course in Miracles about this “consciousness.” The Text starts out with 50 principles of miracles. Mastering these principles puts us in a state of mind ready to receive miracles—life enhancing shifts in our mind. Here are just a few:
- 5 Miracles are habits, and should be involuntary. They should not be under conscious control. Consciously selected miracles can be misguided.
- 6 Miracles are natural. When they do not occur something has gone wrong.
- 7 Miracles are everyone’s right, but purification is necessary first.
Miracles are involuntary and occur when we have purified ourselves enough to receive them. Anger and judgments would block them from occurring in our life. SO, forgiveness is always the medium of miracles. Forgiveness, in the true sense, is what purifies us. It is a state of mind that is 100% responsible for everything it sees and experiences. It is a state of mind immersed in its total innocence.
The dictionary defines “miracle” thus:
• a surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency: the miracle of rising from the grave.
• a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences: it was a miracle that more people hadn’t been killed or injured.
• an amazing product or achievement, or an outstanding example of something: a machine which was a miracle of design | [as modifier] : a miracle drug.
I like that: “a surprising and welcome event.” A miracle is surprising because it goes beyond the limitations of the predictable. It makes what seems “impossible” melt into the newness of the “divinely possible.” Sondra and I welcome such a shift in our consciousness. It helps solve the unsolvable, and bring new possibilities to our needs of the moment.
“Welcome consequences” are also desirable. In our work we focus on the “cause and effect” of thoughts. Miraculous thoughts would produce welcome consequences, even if they are improbable or unexpected. Miracles do not come from the thoughts of the “known,” but tap into the great reservoir of the Unknown. They should not be under our “conscious control,” as mentioned above in the 50 principles. In fact, they are more likely to occur when we let go and are “out of control.”
We had a miracle today. Our organizers here in Denmark were uncertain whether they wanted to produce our work here next year, due to the timing of the Summer Solstice and other things. One said out-and-out “NO.” The other was not so certain. And one had taken a leave of absence. We just had to let go of Denmark, but without any remorse or expectation, or making anyone “wrong” for their decisions.
Because we had “completely let go,” a miracle came into being. Our old organizer stepped forward after her rebirthing session and ended her “leave of absence.” She saw that she could produce events without effort. She could produce surprising and welcome events without all the struggle from the past. It was a new day. A new vibration of joy entered into our work together. WOW! We crossed a bridge to a miracle! We were delighted that the Miracle Consciousness Training was producing actual miracles—when we completely let go.
In a Relationship, you have to give the other person the space to say “no”—and not have an adverse reaction to that “no.” You have to be willing to overcome your own motives, and accept what is best for both. You have listen to the other’s concerns, and give them space to find their highest thoughts. You cannot impose your will on theirs, even if you think your position is “right.” You have to be able to “drop it” without judgment. You have to be committed to no conflict, and take equal responsibility when things do not go the way you think they should go. In fact, you are 100% responsible for things going the way they go.
When the EMPTY MIND of total forgiveness is reached, something Divine and Inspirational can take place. We see this happening over and over again when we drop our expectations, our petty plans, and allow the Divine Will to manifest.
BOLE BABA KI JAI !