I’m so blown away by the magic of this universe. I finally created a FB page that is dedicated and connected to my blog and I wanted to write something special for my first posting, but couldn’t think of anything. So I let go of trying to do it, and let the universe guide me and I couldn’t have picked anything better.
Today I knew I had to have Mother Mary open this journey and as I was shuffling the deck the most perfect oracle card jumped out. This card never came to me before.
“Our Lady of Manifest Miracles”
“We may think of miracles as special, out-of-the-ordinary occurrences, yet Mother Mary teaches us that the miraculous is meant to happen every day…”
Can you get any more perfect than this???
Yes, miracles happen in the everyday ordinary days. Not just in the extraordinary. Not just to those special few deserving ones. No, my beautiful friends, we can each find the miracles in our everyday, if we have the courage to look for them.
It takes courage to find miracles when we’re afraid to open up, to be vulnerable, to forgive, to give a smile, to let yourself love, to let go of stuff that no longer serves your highest good – But here is where the miracles are.
It takes courage to step into your power. To say I’m special, I’m important. I deserve. I am worthy. I’m following my dreams no matter what. I love me – But here is where the miracles are.
It takes courage to find the miracles in the ordinary everyday, when life gets tough, when your health is failing. When on those days when it seems like nothing is going your way. When you feel alone. When it seems that all that life is doing is throwing you curve balls – But here is where the miracles are.
And you can find the miracles in the courage it takes to write from your heart and still publish after those doubts and accusations and the not good enoughs kick in.
Yes, it is in the everyday occurrences that miracles manifest, can you see them? Share your miracles, love to hear them.
Thank you Divine Loving Mother.
The oracle card is from the Mother Mary Oracle by Alana Fairchild and artwork Shiloh Sophia McCloud
Copyright Masha G. Ellman 2015