I think magic is real.
More real than your table.
The chair. Your coffee too.
Miracles are real too.
Science proves it.
Religion talks about it.
Sometimes loss takes away our belief in miracles.
It tells us that the only real things are the things we can see.
Everything else must not exist.
Since it cannot be seen.
I still think magic is real even though it doesn’t look like a table or chair.
Or house. Or trees.
I also think we don’t die.
That life is a miracle and that is born from consciousness. Universe. God.
But how would that help you when you are all alone at night?
When you lost someone you loved from this life?
How would that help you?
You may ask, if miracles are real how come they don’t take my pain away?
And that is a fair question.
I have asked it myself.
If miracles were real maybe they could bring our people back.
Cure the sick.
Stop accidents from happening.
Bring peace and end wars.
But here is what I learned in the process of writing my next book.
Miracles are as real as you are.
We will start to believe in cures. Spontaneous remissions.
Self healing. Synchronicity. Eternity even.
And when we do believe, that what is seen is not all there is we would bring forth a different physical reality.
One that allows for a life that is bigger than tables, chairs and houses.
Bigger than loving each other only when we are inside our physical body.
Today I am asking you to believe in miracles as much as you believe in your dining room table being real.
I know that’s a lot to ask.
I know that the dining room table looks more real than the energy that is around it.
Than healing powers.
Than souls with no physical bodies.
Than other dimensions. Than the universe.
In my humble opinion, when we go through something tragic we can never look at life the way we used to. Like, never. Ever.
So let’s try something together, right here.
Just for a moment stop reading this letter and look around you.
As you do that, look at the space between the wall across from you and you.
Did you know that the empty space between you and the wall is not empty?
That the invisible part of our reality is as real as you and I?
Don’t let anyone tell you that life is all that you see. Life is so much more than that. All the miracles live in the unseen and in the seeing of it. @SecondFirsts (Click to Tweet!)
And one more thing.
Just because we can’t see the people we lost, it doesn’t mean that they are not there.
With seeing everything,
Christina Rasmussen is the creator and founder of The Life Reentry Institute, Second Firsts, The Life Starters and Star Letters. Christina is on a crusade to help millions of people rebuild, reclaim, and relaunch their lives using the power of their own minds. Christina’s work has been featured on ABC News, NPR, The White House Blog, and MariaShriver.com. She is the bestselling author of Second Firsts: Live, Laugh, and Love Again, which has also been translated in Chinese and German and is currently working on her second book on expanding the mind in ways that allows co-creation with the forces of the universe. She is also writing her first work of fiction: a science fiction story about a woman on a quest to start over and begin a new life. You can find more information on her website and follow her on FB or Twitter.
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