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Heal my disbelief!

by Mark McFeely

 

Ellie's disbelief was not all within her own mind. It was in the hearts and minds of those around her who could not, would not, see her whole. Ellie had stood up in front of her friends and declared her desire to regain the sight in her left eye. There were supportive nods, exclamations, shouts and Hallelujahs. But, there was also questioning, and thoughts of "Oh Yeah?", "We will see what happens" or "Some chance." Most of these people had known Ellie for some years. They were familiar with her, and her ways. They had heard her make these kinds of statements in the past, and nothing had ever come of them before, so why would it be any different now?

Ellie had lost her eye as the result of a problem related to high blood pressure. It had ruptured and was irretrievably damaged. Everyone knew this, and knew that it was not possible to do anything medically. On top of Ellie's own fears that a miracle might not happen, she had to deal with the collective intelligence that was based on the evidence, and what each of her friends knew or thought about her. These were not bad people. I am sure that none of them would have wished her any harm, and yet, they were working against her, even if it was unconsciously. Faith is such a wonderful thing, and at the same time it is so fragile. Imagine if for one moment, they could let go of their knowledge, doubts and concerns, and open to the possibility of an absolute miracle occurring. What then?

I know that in my healing practice I have to go past any self-consciousness in calling for a miracle. The intimidation comes from thinking; "What if I call for this miracle, and nothing happens? I might look stupid, and lose credibility." Yes, there is a risk involved in such outrageousness. The real risk is not that you might fail in manifesting a miracle, but that you might succeed. How would you handle the success? Don't be afraid. You will not have swarms of people running to you for your touch. You see, people do not really expect a miracle, especially not for themselves. This is not logical, but it is so.

I read recently in the national press that over 55% of Americans believe in miracles. On the strength of these statistics, I presume that most of you would say that you do believe in miracles. The real question is not if you believe in miracles, but do you/would you believe in a miracle just for you. So maybe you've experienced a miracle already. But, what if you needed a second, or third one? Would you believe that it was possible, or decide that you had already used up all your quota of chances? Would you let yourself think that it was just a fluke, or that you had imagined it. When so many people believe in miracles, why don't we have more? Why do we keep trying the hard way? Are we so unworthy? Are we so addicted to struggle? What is your answer?

Well, I do believe in miracles. I have seen, experienced, been part of, and facilitated many miracles. The real problem is that most people can't actually deal with the consequences of a miracle. They find it hard to accept that it has actually happened to them. They start to analyze it and pull it apart, looking for proof that it is not real. It might begin with the feeling that it is too good to be true. Often it's not so much a question of miracles not happening, as people not being there when the miracles show up. Perhaps they don't want to wait for the result in case they are disappointed. Remember the line in the movie "Pretty Woman" when Julia Roberts says; "The bad stuff is easier to believe".

Getting back to Ellie; where would you fit in her life? Would you give totally to the manifestation of her heart's desire, without measurement, judgment or criticism? Or, would you be part of her disbelief? Would you sit back quietly, waiting to see what happens, or would you be actively energizing and calling for her transformation?
What we think and feel about each other is important, and does have an effect. Do not lock each other into old images. Allow room for something new to take place. Let go of the feelings of "Here we go again". Let your vision be greater than the current, apparent reality. Inspire yourself and others to go beyond what may seem possible. Choose and visualize the best for each other. Do not entertain derogatory thoughts about yourself, or another person, especially in unguarded moments. Be part of the solution - not part of the problem. Pause for a moment right now and ask yourself quietly; "Whose life can I change today? Where is that person to whom I can be someone special today? What miraculous happening can I be a part of today?"

Remember, we can make a real difference by opening up to new possibilities. Heal your own disbelief, and possibly, someone else's. Don't just expect a miracle. You make it happen!


"Miracles do not happen in contradiction to nature,
but in contradiction to that which is known to us in nature".
-St. Augustine.

©Mark McFeely, 2/95. All rights reserved.



[P.S. The names and some details have been changed for confidentiality.]


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