Real Life Miracles (Minute with David)

Real Life Miracles

Real Life Miracles, regardless of whether we realize it or not, happen to us everyday. Allow me to briefly tell you about a miracle that I experienced yesterday afternoon:

As mentioned in my new book, Living in the Pause: Life After Addiction, Divorce, and Business Loss, yoga is a crucial component of my ability to live in the Pause. I practice yoga 3 to 5 times a week, every week. Without the physical and emotional healing that I received from practicing yoga, I would not have the peace of mind that I have today. So, naturally, willingly giving up my yoga lessons was never something I considered doing.

Because of the mission I have received and the path and journey I have chosen to accept, I am now a self-published and self-funded author, speaker, and soon to be holistic wellness and life coach. Naturally, I have incurred many publication costs and my budget has had to adjust accordingly. Consequently, my yoga lessons for the next upcoming month, which do not rank high in terms of importance in a budget, needed to be discontinued.

So, yesterday afternoon, I call the studio where I practice yoga, explain my situation, and inform the manager that I will be putting my account on hold indefinitely.

But, before I can even finish my sentence, the manager of the studio informs me that I have accumulated 2,000 points (from all of the classes I have attended) and that 1,500 points allow me a free month of classes. WOW.

I did not even have a clue that this program existed. Real Life Miracles happen everyday. I was ready and willing to forego my yoga classes for the month due to budgeting and yet, because of a program that I did not even know existed, I received a real life miracle.

When we live a congruent life in which what we think, what we say, and what we do are in alignment, we receive blessings and miracles, but we must be open and willing to receive.


Real Life Miracles


This topic is covered in more depth in Chapter 1 of my new book Living in the Pause: Life After Addiction, Divorce, and Business Loss.

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