What is a Miracle?

If an event occurs outside the domain of explanation or expected linear causality paradigm, and the Newtonian, it is termed a miracle.   It is an eventuality that is brought into actuality by removal of the impediments of negativity.  This may involve relinquishment of limiting belief systems, such as “It’s impossible,” or “It is not deserved” or other ego viewpoints.  For those who have reached higher levels of consciousness, the miraculous is not only commonplace, it is the natural course of events and becomes continuous.  The miraculous comes out of creation and not causality.

The Eye of the “I”, Ch. 9, pg. 139

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