This week is Chanukah, and according to the kabbalists, this is the holiday of miracles.
But what do we mean when we say “miracles”?
Acts of kindness clear your slate, creating openings for miracles (and wonders) to come into your life. You may consider doing more of them with this intent firm in mind.
You are always capable of creating miracles, as long as you know it and believe it. Always be open to all possibilities. Always.
Please enjoy this video lecture on The month of Aquarius is a time of change and revolution. Just as individuals who are born under the sign of Aquarius can be focused on grand ideas and creating global change, the month of Aquarius provides all of us with the opportunity to expand our consciousness and, as Michael reveals, to connect and develop our connection with secrets and deepening our wisdom so that we can draw miracles into our lives.
There’s an explosion of miracles happening every moment. The ceaseless motion of the ocean; the Earth rotating around the sun; the way our heart circulates blood through our body without us even thinking about it. Today, be aware of the miracles happening all around you and celebrate the awesome power of God.
Kabbalah studies help us transform our innate patterns and overcome our ego-programming. But sometimes we squash the good things that happen to us by calling them coincidences. Why? Because if we called them miracles, then maybe we’d have to do more; we’d have to be involved with our studies more—so we limit ourselves. The truth is we are unlimited. We have all the tools we need to make our own miracles.
When we break free from our nature and transcend our ego, nature is given permission to transcend itself—including the laws of physics and the karmic laws of cause and effect. The Israelites jumping into the Red Sea is a glorious example—they went ahead with such certainty that the Sea changed its nature, which is to flow, and parted. Remember this example when you use this secret for conjuring miracles.
Watch Michael Berg in this new Video: How To Create Miracles
Where is God?
Thursday February 11, 2010
"Where is God?" students once asked a great kabbalist.
"Wherever you let him in."
Today, open your mind to the possibilities. Make room for the magic to happen.