It happened two more days in a row. I knew it had to be something significant, but I had no clue what that might be.
Hoping to get some insight I called a couple of my colleagues, asking if they had any ideas for a tele-seminar we might do using this title. Well, they were busy or they thought the title was great but not theirs to address.
I knew I needed to do with this little gift, so I sat down to my computer and typed the title. I sat back and said to myself, “Don’t think, just type and let it come.” The next thing I knew I was typing the following, “7 Steps to Healing Anything.”
I reeled back and said out loud, “I know 7 steps to healing anything?”
It sounded so presumptuous and yet I couldn’t deny that something beyond my day-to-day thinking wanted to come through. I reminded myself that if I was willing to allow the Divine to flow through me, healing wisdom would find its way into words.
And the words came in the form of many years worth of observation—attending to what I had learned about how people heal. Coming from a background in special education, organizational development and acting, I had unconsciously been observing the motivators that caused people to remain ill or to heal.
I had become a student of miracles, without even realizing it, until I began putting my observations down on paper. I had come to realize that many of us remain ill because a need is getting met through that illness, that we aren’t even aware exists. Simply put, we are unconsciously motivated to be sick. My great discovery was that miracles are created by what is inside of us.
Please allow me to invite you to discover your miracles. If this all sounds a bit hard to believe, you might want to read my book, The Root of All Healing: 7 Steps to Healing Anything, and be inspired by some miraculous, real-life stories.