Why Casual Miracles?

When my mom died, I noticed small miracles all around – a rose that refused to die for a month — even when left for a week without water — a quote on her Google homepage about a woman who rose from the dead, a vision of an eagle wings spreading across the sky followed by the priest’s suggestion that we play “On Eagle’s Wings” at her funeral (and a few years later, that’s exactly what played at her sister’s funeral).
All of this happened though I wasn’t looking for comfort, and yet it had the overall effect of assuring me that, yes, Erica, there is more to this life than we can see and your mom is fine. Later, I began referring to all that took place as casual miracles.
And recently, reading Stephen King’s Desperation. I noticed that he referred to the same phenomena as “unobtrusive miracles”. So it’s a thing, the same as breathing is a thing.
I choose to practice PSYCH-K because in my experience, it is a substrate where goofy miracles happen with surprising frequency and ease. My passion ignites around these miracles — these events that take place on the leading edges of birth, death, and transformation. I like to live and work in these places and through this blog, I invite you to join me. The air is cool and the price, after all, is right.

Warmly,

Erica.


Are you pulling against the locomotive that is your subconscious? I help self-aware professionals get off the white-knuckling, try-harder track and make fast and lasting gains in their work and lives. 

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