“The miracle is a divine intercession on behalf of our spirit, restoring the celestial order. Miracles break us free of chains that otherwise bind us by lifting us above the fixed limitations of the mortal world.
The ego’s chains are not material, but mental; they’re simply our fixed beliefs about the three-dimensional world. By transitioning from faith in the power of our disasters to faith in the power of God to heal them, we release the power of miracles to work on our behalf.
But in order to work miracles, good intentions are not enough. We need to do more than intend to see things differently; we must be willing to see things differently.
“Dear God, I am willing to see this differently” is the most powerful prayer for miraculous transformation.
Where the ego insists that the world should be different, the spirit seeks to see the world differently. Only then does the world really change. We can’t ask God for the “miracle” of things happening the way we want them to happen; the miracle is when we think about things the way God would have us think about them.”
Excerpt From: Williamson, Marianne. “Tears to Triumph.”