Miracle #2~ The Cats & the Moon
MY Course in Miracles taught me so many things; things I already knew, but often struggle to apply.
One thing I “already knew” was the importance of, as Paul Martinelli says, “holding my image;” getting an image of what I wanted in my mind and holding on to it, despite reality.
Napoleon Hill calls it “Definiteness of Purpose.”
Wallace Wattles calls it “holding the thought of the truth.” He goes on to say that doing this (thinking about what you do want, when in the midst of its absence) is “the hardest work in the world!”
And when it came to finding a foster home for my cats, all that “knowing” went right out the window.
These were my Cats!!!
You can see them here, on Pinterest
I started feeling desperate, (a very low frequency on the vibrational scale), and I knew I had to shift that quickly, in order for the cat-taker to show up.
I wrote about it in my journal, I visualized a specific friend saying “YES!”, as the clock continued ticking. But despite my best effort, I literally felt a heaviness in my chest, every time I thought about it.
I began asking people months before I moved. I asked everyone I could possibly think of (except my Aunt Betty. Might revisit that…) and everyone said “no.”
Until someone said “YES!”
It was September 27th, 48 hours before the movers came. My friend Leslie was up from D.C. to help me pack. After a hard day’s work, we were at the beach, enjoying a glass of wine, when my phone rang.
It was my friend Dee. She owns a few apartments and had a tenant, she was certain would do it… but they said “no.”
Dee* said “YES!”
*Dee is one of THE nicest people on earth. She is beautiful, kind, funny as hell, very talented AND…I said all those things about her before she took my cats!
I was literally overwhelmed with emotion; I burst into tears and felt as happy as I can even remember.
And then it got better!
We went outside to finish our wine and within a few minutes, Leslie and I both gasped, as the sky LITerally lit up. It was 10PM, and the sky LIT UP!
I saw that as the perfect exclamation point for the sentence “Dee is taking my cats!”
Addendum: I thought the picture was so beautiful and shared it on Facebook. I couldn’t understand all the comments from people saying “I missed it.” or “We can’t see it, it’s too foggy here.”
The next day we found out about the Blood Moon, Lunar Eclipse. Miracle # 2.5.