Yesterday I blogged about a sermon I heard regarding moments and being spiritually aware so you don’t miss signs that bring once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Remember my “accidentally” found self-help book is The Awakened Brain The author Lisa Miller Ph.D., talks about seeing signs due to her spiritual awareness.
Do you know how you want to say something to some people in the line at the store or the gas station? And do you? Always listen to your gut talk. Dr. Miller tells a story about being in Whole Foods and the lady in front of her had tons of healthy food, like lemons, kale, and yogurt. Dr. Miller said, “you look so healthy” and the woman replied to her in shock saying, “It’s amazing you said that to me. I’m so grateful you did. I just started chemotherapy yesterday.”
Dr. Miller calls this Synchronicity. It’s when two technically unrelated events are joined in a deeper meaning. That’s the scientific term. Bishop T.D, Jakes called it Moments based on two predestined events or moments colliding due to perfect circumstances. But remember it can only happen if you are paying attention because you are spiritually aware.
Not only should we act on our intuition and listen when we should speak to someone but we shouldn’t force things or people. Remember Don’t Force Pieces That Don’t Fit. It’s all a plan but it’s not your plan. It’s the divine plan that is greater than your plan. So when you spill your coffee in the car and you have to turn around and go back home to change clothes, instead of being upset just say “Thank ya Jesus” for protecting me. It could’ve been a wreck or something you could not envision.
Now, do I think it’s coincidental that I just happened to hear a sermon on Sunday and read a book the next day about the same thing? No! I do not. The light bulb is a little brighter on my journey now. Things you learn while on a media detox. 😁