What Miracles Are For
Choosing a topic to be an expert on today is slim pickings these days, because there is not much left in the old world to be an expert on. Most subjects have been picked apart and re-examined to a point that there is really not anything meaningful left to find. Of course, there are things in the Universe that still have not yet been defined and picked apart, but you cannot be an expert on something that has not yet been identified, and besides, for the most part, exploring the Universe is not anything anyone has the means to do, never mind having a clue about what might be found.
Because every subject I wanted to learn about already had been explored, I chose a subject that has been around for thousands of years, but still not really understood. The subject I chose is miracles. Miracles were within my ability to be aware of, but just beyond my scope of understanding how they worked, and what their purpose was. I wanted to know why were some people worthy of them, and some people weren't? Why was it that one persons request for a miracle was answered, and another ones was ignored. What made one person more special than another? Was it possible that God rolled the dice and chose that way, or was there something that I did not understand at all? As it turned out, I wasn't asking the right questions.
The standards for miracle application is forethought, consistency, honesty, and peace. As it turns out, this is what the purpose of miracles are for; to re-engage and restore lost natural abilities and tendencies within so the individual learns how to use their thinking process for a better purpose. These natural abilities have been lost in an intellectual shuffle to get material value, which we have been taught to believe will fix what we are lacking in. It is the purpose of the miracle to restore us to righteousness a purpose, or retrain our higher internal memories and deliver them to an empty space where miracles happen all of the time. This is a space that does not allow deception or limitation. It is like going to a new land where everything is clean and without any deceptive practices at all.
The only time in our lives when deception did not occur to us and we were unlimited was when we were innocent. Innocence does not see deception, and has not learned to believe in limitation. Thus, it is the purpose of the miracle to restore our innocence to us without removing the helpful memories and beliefs that are not based on deception. Once the miracle removes deception, or a denial of truth from the mind, the memory becomes part of a higher frequency and is protected under Higher Law. Higher Law is the same Law that protected the Israelites some 4000 years ago when they entered the Promised Land.
When I began elementary school, I did not understand the purpose of reading and math, but I followed a teacher who knew for me until I understood the purpose of these things for myself. I entered into miracle study in the same frame of mind; I did not know what miracles were for. By letting go of any preconceived ideas or beliefs about the purpose of miracles, what they were really for began to dawn in my mind. The more I learned, the higher my frequency became. I began to experience miracles for myself. These were miracles that had an impact on my body, but before my body was impacted, I first had to change my mind about a belief I held that was not entirely true.
From a physical point of view, understanding the purpose of miracles is not easy. Individually, miracles may be seen as a means to fix physical problems, as this has been an observation that has been made by those who believe they have experienced one. From a religious point of view, miracles prove that there is a God who can intervene by performing extraodinary acts through nature and people that would not be evident if it were not for a miracle. For the most part science debuncts the miracle because it can be explained away in intellectual terms.
According to science, anything that can be explained away in intellectual terms is not miraculous, but just part of science. But miracles are not part of physical science. They are one with dimensional science, which has not been explored by physical science. In order to perceive beyond a science that limits its expectations to what it believes it can see, one must emotionally observe instead of being ready to intellectually analyze. This is because, once something has been intellectually explained through analysis, the emotional content necessary to see beyond this explanation has been eliminated.
For instance, a child can be taught over and over again how to multiply. We believe it is the intellect that causes the flash necessary for understanding, when it is really the honest emotion of integrity that inspires real learning. Real learning teaches what something is for. Once this comes into play, bingo, the child emotionally understands what multipication is for. Not only do they understand what it is for, they have INsight, or internal understanding. With this emotional understanding in place, the purpose of multipication is with them throughout their whole life. This is called a miracle insight, and it is this that is beyond the intellect to comprehend. If this flash does not occur, the intellectual lesson will have to be repeated over and over again until it is implanted in the brain.
In order to understand purpose, you must ask the one who designed its purpose. For instance, I would not go to a mechanic and expect him to explain what the purpose of heart surgery was for. Although he may have a general idea, but the true purpose of heart surgery is beyond a mechanic to understand or explain. By the same token, if I want to understand what a miracle is for, I would not ask a person, a religion, or science. Instead, I would ask an Internal Teacher that would help me find the emotional blocks to the purpose of the miracle I am looking for.