Thursday, June 3, 2010

Do you Believe in Miracles?



Do you believe in miracles? I don't just mean wanting or praying for something to happen, but really believing you have the power to effect change. More precisely, that the Divine can work through you to create miracles like we read about in the Bible. Stories where Jesus walked on water, healed the sick, and raised the dead. Stories about Moses parting the Red Sea and Elijah calling down fire from Heaven on Mt. Carmel.

We don't see those kinds of miracles now days. Why? Can they truly not occur or have we simply forgotten how to manifest our Creator's instructions. Usually, I find myself in the category of "hoping" a thing will change rather than "knowing without a shadow of a doubt" that I am an instrument of the Divine. But in a meditation the other night, that all changed. I had an epiphany. The veil dropped and I remembered what it felt like, 100%, to wield the sword for the Master.

The science of Quantum Physics supports the idea of miracles happening. In Quantum Physics, material is supported by subatomic particles, one of which is the quanta. Meaning, or intent, changes the function of that particle. The mind can literally overrule matter. And Bell's Theorem proves non-local communication at a distance between atoms, which makes psychic channeling scientifically possible. If subatomic particles can change function, and non-local communication is possible, then it's possible for intent, or prayer, to change subatomic particles non-locally at a distance. Which means that atoms, molecules and cells, that are composed of subatomic particles, can change.

Miracles aren't only possible, they're probable. Just as today's scientific miracles of computers, microwave ovens, televisions, and gaming platforms are possible because of Quantum Physics, so are walking on water, raising the dead, healing the sick, calling down fire and parting the Red Sea. I'm trying like crazy to not let that epiphany fade back into darkness.

27 comments:

Dorraine said...

Sounds like one heck of an epiphany, Ronda! I hope you cling onto your revelation and let it work those miracles for you.

Miracles really do swirl around us, if we take time to notice them. They don't have to be huge to qualify. Quantum physics is just another invisible seam in nature that rips apart and says, "Yoohoo, lookie here."

This from one science nerd to the other.

Lovely the way you stitched this together, by the way! :-)

Brian Miller said...

miracles do happen...we just dont notice as much...or consider tham miracles these days...

Reya Mellicker said...

I believe in miracles, absolutely, but I believe they are divinely bestowed; not something we create, rather something we can notice (if we pay attention) and dance in alignment with. I do I do I do.

Ronda Laveen said...

Dorraine: A total rockin' epiphany. All miracles are good--little and big--we are so much more than we often think we are. I love quantum theory. It definitely screams "yoohoo, lookie her."

Brian: Maybe we would be happier if we stopped to see all those little miracles. Have more hope.

Reya: I completely believe our miracles are divinely bestowed. We just get to be the channels but, boy, oh boy, what a ride. I knew you did!

Ronda Laveen said...

Dorraine: Oops! I mean "lookie here."

T. Anne said...

Oh I believe without a shadow of a doubt. He lives and He works in me for sure. Your post was a gift!

25BAR said...

ducks!
oh how lovely!

Dave King said...

I think people believed in the miracles because they believed in the one performing them - not the other way around - at a time when He was visible to them. Now that He is not visible, neither are the miracles.

DUTA said...

I believe we all have powers to do some little miracles in our daily life. All it takes is to concentrate on the object or subject, saying the right words for a certain period of time.

Mrsupole said...

I'm with Brian on this one, they happen all the time. The only difference is that people just do not realize today who is doing the miracles or that it was a miracle. And then half would never admit there was a divine miracle because then they would have to admit that there is a power greater then they are. Plus I think Reya has it right too and you too are right, so much knowledge here today is a wonderful thing.

Everyday is a miracle in itself and the wonderful things we cannot explain that happen are miracles. There are small miracles and there are miracles that just keep going up in size. Some people only pay attention to the really large miracles which happen less often, but if one just pays attention to the small miracles, then one will know that there are many big miracles.

Just pay attention around you and when someone says they just don't understand why something happened this way when it should have been this way, and no one can explain why it happened that way instead of the other way that it should have happened, then you will know that there was something miraculous happening there through divine intervention.

Yup, you just gotta look.

Great post on you discovering this and that is a miracle too.

God bless.

Ronda Laveen said...

T. Anne: You go, girl! Thanks.

25Bar: Hi!

Dave: Wow, what a great point of view! Out of sight, out of mind.

DUTA: Perfectly stated!

Sherry: I agree, they happen all the time and we just aren't paying attention. When a plane crashes and not everyone is killed. When some gets pregnant that isn't supposed to. Yes, recognizing the small miracles lets us know the big ones can happen too!

Baino said...

In a word. No. I don't believe in miracles. That's why it's so hard to find true saints these days. Happenstance, fate? Being in the right place at the right time? Possibly but no, I don't believe in God or miracles or anything. Although dabbling in string theory is bloody interesting.

Barbara Martin said...

Miracles do work...ask and ye shall receive.

Even Reiki is devinely assisted over a long distance will heal a person. To the receiver it is like a miracle to be free from pain.

I believe that through a person's intention that good works can be produced whether divinely assisted or not.

tony said...

They still happen all the time....but we somehow lost sight of how to recognise them.

notesfromnadir said...

Ronda,
What a beautiful post. How lucky you are to be able to experience such an epiphany. Thank you for sharing this. We need more miracles!

Christina said...

It works! I know that for sure.
Beautiful post, Ronda!

JGH said...

Ronda, are you familiar with Amit Goswami? You should check him out! He has a new movie "The Quantam Activist". (His previous movie was "What the Bleep do we Know?" ) I find it very hard to wrap my brain around these concepts, but listening to him, sometimes I feel I'm on the brink of what you describe. I'm so happy for you that you've had this experience!

lettuce said...

i believe in miracles - of different kinds

Ronda Laveen said...

Baino: I love string theory! And I hope that someday something happens for you that you can say, yes, I do believe in miracles.

Barbara: Yes, ask and ye shall receive. Reiki is awesome channeled energy work. Diksha is another form of energy work that is also very powerful.

Tony: I think so too.

Nadir: Like I say, I'm trying to hold on to the power of that epiphany, it comes and goes. I just want it to stay.

Christina: I know you are miracle kinda girl.

JGH: I am familiar with Goswami's work. But I didn't know he had a new movie out. Thanks.

Lettuce: May you experience many miracles.

BMX photo said...

I do believe in God ^^!

Nessa said...

I agree with Brian. We just need to look more carefully.

Ronda Laveen said...

BMX: Thanks for visiting the Wonderland and weighing in:-)

Nessa: We just get caught up in our own little world instead of noticing how much a part of the bigger picture we are.

Jill said...

Ronda...I passionately BELIEVE in the miracles of God. I have SEEN them but not in the dramatic, graphic ways of Bible times.

Your post makes me think about the fact that I DON'T think about them enough! SHAME ON ME! I DO believe.

Don't let it fade.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

definitely! every day!

faery of the wilds said...

Miracles happen all the tme... A few I was lucky engh to notice and thank God...

Jingle said...

I always love ducks!

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