Are you miracle minded? What do I mean by that? I mean do you think in terms of miracles or do you follow what the facts and figures say?
I have nothing wrong with statistics and facts and figures. In fact, I used to be an accountant. I was always advanced in math growing up. I loved my statistics class. Aced that in college. But I also knew there was something beyond statistics, something beyond percentages, something beyond just this dense realm and those are miracles.
Sugar Ray Leonard used to chase the bus to school rather than ride it, and people said he was crazy. He said he was going to be a great boxer one day. People said he was crazy, plus they didn’t think he had what it took, to be a boxer. He became a world champion. That’s miracle minded.
There are many millionaires created during the Great Depression during a time when everyone said this is a terrible economy, you can’t make any money now, there are now jobs. Those people who were miracle minded made a fortune.
I know someone who lost both of his parents at a very early age, grew up in one of the most crime ridden cities in this country, of the U.S., and is one of the most positive, uplifting people I know & now for his work, at a young age, he helps uplift and inspire people all over the world. That is miracle mindedness!
When you have a miracle mind, when you believe you have no limits, people will try to bring you down, but it’s because of their own limited thinking. They’ll tell you your chances are so low. The odds are against you. Well that may be true statistically, but, do you know, part of the reason that’s true is because the statistics they’re use are the general population, many of whom are not miracle minded. So, of course they’re going to bring down the statistic. “You have as high of a chance as winning the lottery.”
If most people don’t believe in themselves, they don’t believe in huge visions, they don’t believe in possibilities. They just go with the flow, it’s a bad economy, I can’t get a job, then they will continue to live like that and not experience miracles. But anyone can be miracle minded. All you have to do is believe.
All you have to do is believe, and don’t let people drag you down. When they bring in those facts and figures just push them aside. You are here to raise those facts and figures to a higher number. That’s what you are here to do.
Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC, is a Visionary, Healer & Teacher, and the author of The Heart of Self-Love: How to Radiate with Confidence. It is Heather's firm belief that loving oneself is necessary to have fulfilling relationships and a successful life.