Contribute positively to the world by sharing miracles

Miracles are called to us by our vibrational offerings. By sharing miracles in your life, big or small, and by sharing the miracles you've heard about, you can attract more miracles into your life, and the lives of others. Subscribe (on the left) to receive a miracle dose daily.

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I will tweet and blog about every single miracle submitted.

We'd all love to hear about personal miracles, historical miracles and breaking news miracles from around the world. This is a powerful, true and simple way for us all to help contribute positively to Universal Consciousness in our chosen social groups and on our planet.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

A real photo of an angel

Viewing this photo created one of those awe-inspired, timeless moments where I remembered that life is magic.

I wanted to share this photo of a ANGEL WITH MY SON. This picture was taken the afternoon before my son was to have surgery. At the time of the picture being taken, prayers were being said for his safe recovery. The photo has been tested for 2 years by photograph professionals, and churches, and has been found to be 100% real. My son is healthy and strong now thanks to this powerful servant of GOD.

Appreciating life on the miracle highway

As Albert Einstein once said, "There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle, or you can live as if everything is a miracle." There is beauty to be found in the attitudes that we humans choose to wear as everyday attire. The way we do, or do not, appreciate the intricacies of life says a lot about us as individuals.

Here's a great little post that shows the real meaning of having a miraculous attitude towards life.

And it can be as simple as..... driving on the highway and following my car's navigation system. The humorless voice directed me to exit, but I KNEW it was not the right exit. So I stayed on the highway and said to myself , "NOW WHAT? UH OH!" A few seconds later, a big sign appeared and pointed the way to where I was going. I looked up and said, "Thank you! Now THAT's what i'm talkin about."

Thursday, August 6, 2009

One person's missing book is another one's extra

Thanks for this honest and stark miracle posted by Len Sone. We live in a generous universe, filled with generous people - and so many times the key is simply to ask.

And I totally agree that the solutions to all problems are possible, and easier than we think!! It's put very succinctly in a quote from Len's soul-charged Life Coaching website,
“Your action is responsible for but a minuscule part of what comes to you. Your thoughts and words (words are thoughts articulated) are the reason your life unfolds as it does.” Abraham

These are great words for us all to remember when we make the decision to actively go about 'thinking' or 'asking' miracles into existence in our lives.

At my last semester at college I was taking a class where we were required to read a number of books. I had bought this one particular book online but it never arrived even though shipping indicated that it had. The time when we would start reading the book was fast approaching and I was incredibly angry about not receiving my copy. I didn't have the money to order another copy, and yet I needed it for class. I clearly remember one day coming home, after being patient for about 2 weeks, and saying to God, very aggravated, "God, I am NOT going to buy another copy! So you figure it out! Find a way."
Well, the next time I went to that class, I happened to come 5 minutes early, and there was only one other classmate there. We started chatting, just usual stuff, but before I knew it I was telling her about how my copy of the book never arrived. And to my astonishment, she said, "You won't believe what happened to me! I received two copies of that book even though I only ordered one!"
So she was more than willing to give me one of her copies right then on the SPOT! And I was saved!
It was amazing to me how God had linked me up with exactly the classmate who had an extra copy. And by the way, we were not ordering these books through our class. We were all buying them individually from internet or bookstores. So this match was indeed a match made in heaven. It confirmed to me at that time how solutions to all problems are possible and easier than we think. God can see the solution that we can't.
- Len Sone, Life Coach

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

$15 left... no food... no toilet paper... The very reason that miracles are free.

I love this miracle submitted by JennyRole - it's a classic example of the magic that can overflow naturally into every life moment if we simply ask the Universe to answer us.

One of the situational archetypes involved in making miracles seems to be:
(1) defining a need or focus;
(2) following intuition;
(3) being proactive;
(4) grabbing hold of opportunity; and
(5) recognising and appreciating the miracle when it comes.

Like a vibrational stamp, this story is priceless as a personalised facet of the energy that can be tapped into by us all, and shared via expectation. It's food for other Deliberate Creators.

I was down to $15 left for food and utilities in my bank account and there were so many things that I had just run out of (like food, toilet paper, etc). So no food and no money; I knew I had to come up with something quick but couldn't think of a single thing. Then I felt called to phone my mom, whom I wasn't going to tell my money issue to or ask for money. She asked me unexpectedly if I would write a letter for her that she needed for court. This never happened before. It sounded difficult but I said sure. She emailed me her letter the next morning, it took only 30 minutes to translate, and my mom transferred $150 to my bank account that same afternoon because of it. Not only did I get exactly the amount I needed for food and utilities, but I felt great about the exchange with my mom, and she never had to find out how desperate for money I was at the time. Pride intact.
JennyRole 7/31

Saturday, August 1, 2009

A son critically injured, evacuated by helicopter, and expected to be left in a "non-responsive state"... The perfect setting for a miracle!

Thanks so much for all the friendly emails and miracle submissions - You guys rock! I knew there must be other people out there like me, who feel like a little bit of sharing can make an instrumental and exponential difference to the state of the world. And who are happy to utilise the miracle that is the internet to do something about it!

I'm quite new to Twitter, and '3 days new' to blogging (although it already feels like it's the best thing I've ever done! The human connections are amazing!) - Hopefully I will have this site streamlined very soon and make it easier to submit to, with the ability to submit names, and I'll get on top of all the Twitter activity and posts.

And I will definitely tweet and blog about about every single miracle submitted by post, comment, direct mail, email or other means. Big or small.

Many thanks to The Obidee for sharing the below tale of heart break, hope and miracles... Anything that gives others reason to hope and wish is a powerful tool for us all. Your writing style really puts readers right there with you, and I think the vibrational mystery that drives this universe will funnel the unlimited compassion of so many readers your way.

8:17am Saturday 22nd December 2007 is a moment that will be etched in my mind for as long as I live. I had been disturbed from a Saturday morning sleep-in by an incessant knocking on the door. I knew it too early for the Jehovah's Witnesses, so I was ready to tear strips off the young lad next door for disturbing my Saturday morning just so he could get his ball back.

I opened the door quickly and taking a deep breath was about to....when I was stopped in my tracks. Instead of the boy next door, whom I expected, there were two police officers standing before me.

My first thought was someone had complained about the old van that had been parked by the kerb in front of our home for about three weeks. But no...

"Are you...?"
"We here about your son, sir, crash....critical.....expect the worst" That was all I heard.

By this time my wife was by my side. She broke down and I helped her to a chair.

It turned out our son, who was still living at home but who had left for work had aquaplaned his van on the exit ramp from the freeway, hit the kerbing, tipped the van onto its side and slammed into a tree.

The roof of the van's cabin had been twisted down so that it encased our son from the chest up. It had taken an hour and twenty minutes to free him from the wreck.

His best friend, who was in the van with him sustained some internal injuries and was on his way to hospital by ambulance. He was going to be okay

Our son, however, had been critically injured, revived at the scene and evacuated by helicopter to the hospital where he was not expected to survive.

Although there were no physical injuries to speak of, he had sustained severe head injury both from lack of oxygen to the brain from a collapsed lung and the severe shaking he had received in the crash.

"The next forty eight hours are the critical period. If he survives that, he will probably be in a "non-responsive state."

My son, a vegetable at 19 years of age!!! I remember thinking at the time "he'd be better off dead."

Skip over a lot of heart ache, sitting in sterile rooms just waiting, rejoicing at the smallest signs of improvement, rehabilitation that seemed to go on forever, etc.etc. until today.

Our son is a walking, talking miracle. For all intents and purposes he is fully recovered. There is some residual brain damage that he may or may not recover given time, but we are so grateful to have our son alive and well.

The Obidee August 1, 2009 4:59 AM