My most recent experience of manifesting a miracle was this weekend. On Friday morning I sat down to write some fiction. I have felt a calling to do this for a while, but I’ve been procrastinating. My plan was to spend all day Friday, and possibly Saturday, working on a story that’s been brewing in my mind. I thought I might be more motivated if I made it fun, so instead of sitting indoors at my laptop, I sat in the garden with a coffee, a new notepad, and my purple fountain pen.
Although I only managed a couple of pages, developing the main character, I felt excited and a sense of satisfaction that I had made a start. At lunchtime I enjoyed a lovely coffee and punnet of cherries on the beach with one of my friends. I only spent half an hour there because I was eager to get back home and carry on. Frustratingly, life had other plans. The traffic coming back into Ipswich was horrendous and I arrived home 30 minutes later than planned. I then spent 15 minutes scrolling on social media, followed by completing my Ocado order. I had to be in the town centre by 4.30 for an appointment at the beauticians. Then met MSP at Nandos for dinner, followed by an evening of karaoke at The Kesgrave Bell with some girlfriends.
I noticed that I woke up on Saturday feeling a bit low. I thought it might be something I had to eat or drink, as I find that if I consume something my body doesn’t like this leads to me feeling ill and in a low mood. Again, I was unable to make any progress with my writing on Saturday what with one thing and another. My low mood continued and was still there when I woke up on Sunday morning.
It struck me that the reason for my low mood was because I was unconsciously disappointed in myself and beating myself up for not doing more writing. I sat in the garden, doing my daily Tapping sequences to love and accept myself. I did my Buddhist chanting to raise my vibration and life state. Using somatic tracking, I allowed myself to fully feel the feelings and notice how they manifested in my body. None of those things seemed to help, or at least not immediately.
I knew that beating myself up was not only unhelpful, but it was also probably making the situation worse. I didn’t know how to stop though. It wasn’t that I was consciously beating myself up, I just had this underlying feeling of discontentment and unease. I am sure that having the awareness helped though.
I had some cooking and other household chores to do, so I cracked on with them. It occurred to me that I could say my prayer to manifest a miracle. Although this prayer often works, sometimes it doesn’t, so I must admit I was dubious. But by the time I had finished cooking low carb rolls and crustless quiche, my mood had completely turned around. I also had an idea to do a Tapping sequence to stop beating myself up. I didn’t have much time to do any more writing, but I did make an action plan for the future. Doing something productive helped.
Prayer for manifesting miracles
I am praying for a miracle. What do I need to do differently? How do I need to think differently?
I am handing this over to you. I’m handing it over to Love. I want to see the Love in this situation. What would Love do? Let Love’s will be done.
This prayer is based on teachings from A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson, A Course in Miracles, The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein and Love is All There Is. I regularly use this prayer to solve problems and help me get what I want.
On reflection I could have done things differently. I could have made writing a priority this weekend. Beating myself up was not helpful. Praying for a miracle always helps, even if I don’t see immediate results.
What’s your experience of manifesting miracles? Let me know in the comments or in the Happiness Club Facebook group.
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