One of my clients wrote this week “I have been so skeptical about manifestations but…” and she then went on to list quite a large miracle which had happened to her after she put herself through a cosmic ordering process the previous Sunday (this was Tuesday). She didn’t know she was cosmic ordering, she just thought she was asking for what she wanted.
Her first miracle was a piece about her in her local paper which turned out to be a full page spread with a lovely photo of her and since she’s a photographer, that was perfect. Her other manifestation this last week was increasing her day rate to something meaningful and feeling OK about it. One led to the other, chicken and egg.
Others chipped in with their own miraculous manifestations, agreeing first that what’s important is clarity, get very clear about what you want, ask for it, anticipate it and don’t meddle in the cursed hows:
- A call from a talent booker to appear as a paid expert on a well-known shopping channel
- A nice new client who can afford my client’s writing services (which came with free coaching for her daughter)
- Strange little “coincidences”
- “Apparently” prescient angel cards
- “Easy” sales of products and programs
- Brilliant ideas coming “out of the blue”
- A massive stroke of Twitter “luck” causing a huge spike in web visitors
- Unexpected kindnesses and generosities from where you might least expect it
- Lovely experiences of abundance
- E-Squared type sightings lots of red cars (without leaving the house) when that’s the ultimate intent
Do you believe in money-making magic and miracles? No? Perhaps that’s the problem. What we’ve noticed in Club 100 is that the more we open our minds and are prepared to experiment, having seen it work for others, the more we allow – in effect – the more of what we want just ‘magically’ shows up. Now if that’s not miraculous, I don’t know what is.