Note: I updated this blog post in 2019 for clarity and additional resources.
For the next six weeks I’ll be sharing videos that will guide you through each chapter of May Cause Miracles. In this post I’m giving you an introduction to Week One from my book, which is all about becoming miracle-minded.
May Cause Miracles Week 1: Miracle-Minded
In the video below I talk about the message from A Course in Miracles that says, “My thoughts are images I have made.” As you begin to take responsibility for your thoughts, you’ll experience miraculous shifts the moment you become willing to change your mind. Watch this video to prepare for Week One of May Cause Miracles!
What to expect from Week 1 of ‘May Cause Miracles’
For many years, I was living with a very low-level vibration, low-level thoughts, low-level energy and looking to the outside world to be my sense of completion. Through the practices that I share in this book, I overcame those false perceptions and began to shift into a new way of thinking.
We can’t make these changes unless we have a deeper understanding of what the ego is, as well as our fears.
Set the Foundation
Understanding how we judge, attack and separate ourselves is the foundation to having a greater understanding of why our mind leads us in the wrong direction. It’s key to becoming miracle-minded.
By having this foundation, you’ll gain a greater sense of why your life may be uncomfortable in certain areas so you can finally choose to see things differently. That’s why this chapter is so important.
I’ll take you through a full week of daily exercises, as well as witnessing and gratitude practices, so we can create shifts in our perception and get more miracle-minded.
More ‘May Cause Miracles’ resources
You can check out all the intro videos for May Cause Miracles in this YouTube playlist.
Check out my May Cause Miracles guided meditations.
For an immersive May Cause Miracles experience, check out the May Cause Miracles Virtual Course!
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