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I went to see the movie “A Course In Miracles” the first weekend it came out. Not once, but twice. I loved it. The Dream, the Vision, the Commitment, the Determination, the Spirit. Most of all, I loved the message: BELIEVE.
Believe in the possibilities of life. Believe in yourself. Believe that your dream, too, can come true.
Believe that you deserve to have the very best life has to offer. Believe in the wonderful giving nature of the Universe. Believe that the Universe wants you to have everything you desire. Believe in miracles.
It all begins with a dream, a vision of excellence. Then focusing your attention on that vision until it becomes so clear that you can see it, feel it, taste it, touch it, smell it, know it. Along with that vision, taking the consistent actions with commitment and determination to bring your dreams into reality. And, then, expecting the miracles to happen.
Each person prepared themselves mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. They didn’t let disappointments or challenges stand in their way. They were willing to do whatever it took to reach their dreams.
And the miracles happened….
This last weekend I watched the movie “Field of Dreams”. Not once, but twice. I was drawn to see it, even though I’ve seen it so many times before. I knew there was a message for me that I must have missed.
The tag line for the movie, in case you don’t know, is “If you believe the impossible, the incredible can come true.”
And incredible it was. Following the words he heard “If you build it, he will come” Kevin Costner’s character, Ray Kinsella, plowed under his cornfields to build a magnificent baseball field. He knew that Shoeless Joe Jackson was going to come. He expected the miracle.