Often we think of miracles as dramatic events like the parting of the seas or people being resurrected from the dead. We think of miracles as divine interventions. Occurrences completely outside of our control, driven by a force far greater than ourselves.
But I see miracles in even the tiniest of things. In fact, when I look closely, I see miracles everywhere.
In just one month, since deciding to take a break from traveling to return to my hometown of Seattle, I’ve had so many miracles transpire in my life I could pinch myself.
My blog traffic has increased by over 2000%, I’ve sold more ebooks in one week than I have in three months, I’ve had the energy to run three miles every day, my yoga practice has soared, and I’ve managed to avoid wheat, dairy, and sugar without experiencing any cravings at all.
Out of the blue, last week someone whom I’ve been in conflict with for years, who is the one thing I dread about going to Costa Rica, sent me an apology wishing to finally end the drama he’s perpetuated for such a long time. My practice in sending him compassion through meditation finally paid off.
Most miraculously of all, for the first time ever, being home isn’t a struggle. It feels easy. I’m finding such joy, knowing that it’s a temporary transition, and I am here with a purpose and a reason.
I may not be walking on water or turning it into wine, but every single one of these occurrences is to me, nothing short of a miracle. Miracles that are transpiring as a direct result of the positivity I am cultivating within myself and expressing out into the world.
It feels like I’m witnessing all of my wildest dreams coming true, and I know that this is only the beginning. I know that my health, my success, and my happiness will all continue to soar, as long as I keep practicing.
Today, let me share with you the methods I’ve been using to actively manifest these transformations that are leading me to the life of my dreams. It’s easier than you think, and you are absolutely capable of doing it too.
Accept Things For What They Are
It might seem contradictory, but the first step in allowing a miracle to transpire, is accepting things for what they are, accepting others for who they are, and most importantly of all, accepting yourself for who you are.
When I came back from Europe recently, with digestion problems and some extra winter layers, I could have looked at myself in the mirror and judged what I saw. I could have dwelled on the alleged flaws. Or I could smile and tell my reflection that she is perfect and worthy of feeling good. From a place of self love, I feel much more motivated to wake up early and exercise and to eat foods that fuel my body, which ultimately leads to greater transformation.
In the same way, when approaching relationships, judging the other person for not meeting our needs is unlikely to lead to any progress. If we first accept them and allow them to be who they are, we can productively consider how we can move forward while allowing them the space to evolve in their chosen way.
This was certainly the case with the man I had conflict with in Costa Rica. For years I judged him for his behaviors that triggered me, and it never led to anything productive. It kept me stuck in a limiting pattern that didn’t feel good. Finally, I decided to accept him, exactly as he is, and to accept his anger towards me for what it was. Knowing he wasn’t ready to reconcile, I reconciled with him internally. I let it go on my own, accepting that I might never receive an olive branch. Then, months later, just like magic, he sent me an apology.
Ultimately, acceptance is essential for transformation to take place, because it offers whatever is on trial the freedom to expand. Practice perceiving everything through the lens of acceptance, and notice how much easier change flows.
Work With Mantras
Much of what we create in this world originates in our minds. We think a thought, which can become a pattern, which develops an attitude, which influences our behavior, which affects our entire reality. And it’s disturbing how many of these thoughts are actually subconsciously adopted from society or our families.
Suppose you want to quit your day job, travel the world, and create an online business. If you’ve heard people say over and over again that it’s not realistic, that may become a stored belief that affects your ability to make that dream reality, no matter how much you may want it to happen.
This is where mantras come in.
Essentially a mantra is a tool to help you protect your mind from scattered or negative thinking. It’s a word or phrase repeated repetitively, which in turn can reprogram your brain into believing it. Once you believe it, you unlock your potential to enact it.
I work with mantras daily, particularly when I find myself second-guessing my strength, my worth, or my ability to achieve something that seems difficult. Even if I don’t believe it at the time, I develop a mantra that counteracts these limiting beliefs.
One I’ve been using often is simply, “I can do this.”
Last month when I came back from the states I felt so overwhelmed with everything I wanted to achieve. I needed to get my health in order, to stop eating sweets, to start exercising regularly, to instantly earn income, to improve my blog traffic, and to plan the next stage of my life. I could easily paralyze myself under the weight of it all.
So I started by simply closing my eyes, breathing, and repeating mentally, “I can do this.” And consequently it made it much easier for me to do it. What once seemed so overwhelming, I managed to achieve in just a month, with even greater success than I could have hoped for.
Start your own practice with mantras by making a list of what you want to cultivate in your life, and then turning each into a short statement that focuses on the positive. My favorite way to work with mantras is to sit in meditation first thing in the morning and simply repeat one over and over mentally for five minutes. You can also do them while exercising, washing dishes, and spontaneously during the day when you need the reminder.
Some of my favorite mantras include: “I am happiness,” “I am powerful,” “I am lovable,” “I am worthy,” and “I am a fierce badass.”
Take Responsibility For Your Life
To be the creators of our own miracles, we need to believe that we are capable. It may feel easier to place the responsibility of achieving our dreams on someone else, but that holds us back from achieving our greatness. You, and only you, have the capacity to create the life of your dreams.
Until recently, without even realizing it, I wasn’t taking responsibility for many aspects of my life. This may surprise you, considering how much I preach about freedom, independence, and choosing your own path, but when it came to the logistics of money and running my business, I didn’t want to take ownership. I’d rather write freelance articles for a pittance than leverage the brand I’ve poured my heart into for three years into something that supported me financially.
Admittedly, I always thought that a publisher might come along and offer me a book deal. Or some great, holistic, sustainable brand would sponsor me. Or my parents would invest in a property where I could host retreats. I avoided anything that required marketing or making actual income, assuming that if I just focused on what I loved doing, the universe would figure the rest out.
And occasionally it did, but for the most part it didn’t.
Then, finally, I manifested a miracle. Two weeks ago I decided to empower myself to become a businesswoman. To own what I do for the first time and let it support me financially. No guilt, no shame, no selling out. I adjusted my attitude from feeling needy to feeling worthy and decided that marketing was just another way of communicating with all of you.
What happened? In just one week, every single blog I posted went viral, my traffic skyrocketed from 3,000 to 40,000 views per day, I got 250 new email subscribers, 700 new Facebook fans, and I earned passive income through ebook sales and travel donations EVERY SINGLE DAY. All organically with no paid advertising. This happened simply from an attitude adjustment.
Excuse me, but that is a f&*king miracle.
You are the star in the story of your life, and you can write any script that you want. Empower yourself to take the reigns and step into your greatness. It’s right there waiting for you.
Do the Work
Sometimes miracles happen without us understanding how or why. Like magic our dreams manifest without us doing anything except professing the desire. These synchronicities happen to me with such frequency, it’s impossible for me not to believe in a greater power.
Like the time when I received a $10,000 back payment for a scholarship in college I had “accidentally” not been awarded yet, the exact day I was unexpectedly cut off financially. Or when I was completely broke on my way back to the states after nine months in Southeast Asia, needing a cell phone, and Nokia contacted me offering $1000 and an international smart phone out of the blue. Or the time I simply I decided I would do my yoga teacher training, despite having no money, and the next day found a work trade opportunity at the yoga studio where I wanted to do my training for years, offering a free yoga training in exchange for blog writing.
But sometimes, magic doesn’t happen like that.
Sometimes I plant the seeds in a new moon ceremony, I focus on what I want to manifest in my meditation, I practice releasing myself from the outcome, and it still doesn’t lead to what I want in my life.
Oh, right, because I wasn’t actually DOING THE WORK.
Meditation and intention setting are undoubtedly powerful tools for manifesting change, but only when they’re followed up with deliberate actions in our waking lives. Mantras are meant to help you do the work, not to do the work for you. Don’t let your spiritual practices become another means of displacing responsibility.
Seeing the magic that has unfolded around me, I’ve realized that magic isn’t just some mystical force of universal energy. Magic, is in fact something that lives within each of us. Acknowledging that? I can’t imagine anything more spiritually powerful.
Let The Old Shit Go
Creating the life of your dreams means constantly letting go of what no longer serves you to make room for what does. Take stock of your life often and don’t be afraid to release what no longer fits. The more space you create within your life, the more space the magic has to grow.
Admittedly, letting go is one of the hardest things that we can do. It’s much easier to cling to something that isn’t really that great, than it is to open up to the unknown. I wish I knew a work around or a quick fix, but the only solution I know is to choose courage. Start with the small things like clutter in your closet and gradually build the confidence to dig deeper.
Magnify Your Intentions
Sometimes we’re so overflowing with ideas that we become scattered. Our attention gets spread across so many different projects, relationships, and goals, that we don’t seem to progress much in any of them.
This has been the greatest challenge for me in running my business and in managing my life. Not only do ideas constantly flood my brain, but I become distracted by the stimulation that surrounds me, and the unlimited opportunities I’m presented. “Should I travel to the Phillippines or Brazil?” “Stay put in Costa Rica or go work in Australia for a year?” “Write another ebook or start an online store or lead yoga retreats or make Youtube videos,” and on and on and on.
The nature of the mind is to wander, which at times can be beautiful. It allows for fantasy and imagination. However when you want to turn dreams into reality, it takes focus. This is the key reason why I decided to take a break from traveling for a few months to come back to the states and focus my attention and energy. When I began to prioritize my ideas into actionable tasks, I immediately saw progress.
Ask yourself what your intentions are for your life. Most likely you can’t do everything all at once, so focus only (for now) on what is most essential in creating your happiness. When you notice your attention wander, remind yourself of these intentions to bring your efforts and energy back to what matters most.
Respect Your Precious Energy
Along the same lines, be respectful of your energy. There are only so many hours in the day and there are only so many channels you can invest yourself in. It’s ok to set boundaries and to say no.
Practice and All is Coming
When you were a kid learning to ride a bicycle, you had to practice. The more you practiced, the easier it became, until eventually it became so easy that even if you went years without doing it, you could always pick it right back up.
I believe that everything life is like riding a bicycle. Some things take longer to learn and more practice to instill, but if you practice enough, eventually anything can feel natural. If you can turn the changes you want manifest into practices, over time they will feel less like work, and eventually become your life.
When it feels hard, remind yourself that it’s worth it. Remind yourself that you deserve it. And when you really really don’t want to do it, do it anyway. It will get easier. Just like riding a bike.
Because I’m my own boss, it’s extremely important that I develop my own rituals to keep me on task. I find that if I implement simple practices first thing in the morning, it’s much easier for me to accomplish larger goals throughout the day.
I typically start my mornings early with a short five minute meditation, followed by some dancing and hula hooping to get my creativity flowing. Then I go on a three mile run and spend thirty minutes doing yoga. By the time I sit down to start my work, I already feel accomplished, which is a huge confidence boost in helping me tackle my projects.
What would a realistic morning ritual look like for you? Consider how much time you can carve out, even if it’s only five minutes, and choose a positive practice that you can implement every single day.
Focus on the Possibilities Instead of the Limitations
If you take just one thing away from this article, let it be this. In every single situation in your life, focus on possibility.
I remember times while traveling when I worried that I was going to run out of money. This became a huge source of stress that prohibited me from enjoying where I was. However, I remedied the situation by sitting down and brainstorming a list of all of the possible ways that I could fund my trip. (See my post How to Travel the World When You’ve Got Absolutely No Money.) When I saw on paper that I had dozens of options for sustaining myself, I realize that my fear was irrational.
Practice by thinking of something you want to create in your life that currently feels overwhelming or even impossible. Mentally take note of the negative talk that says you can’t do it, and make a pact to set that aside for just ten minutes. Then, begin to write out all of the possibilities, even the ones that seem ridiculous. If you get stuck, consider researching what others have done to make their dreams possible. This inspiration will get your creative juices flowing.
Continue practicing this as often as possible, and you will notice that as soon as you see the possibility, you see the path to freedom.
Don’t Be Afraid to Shine
For so many people, this is the number one barrier in actualizing their dreams. I’ve used this quote in another blog post recently (How I Afford a Life of Constant Travel and You Can Too) but it’s so relevant it bears repeating again and again. The quote is by Marianne Williamson in A Return to Love:
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
The only thing that holds you back from achieving anything that you want to achieve is you. Own your brilliance and the entire world will take notice.
Shift Your Attitude
I’ll bet you that right now, in this very moment, you can instantly create a miracle. You don’t need a hat, a wand, a full moon, a shaman, or a psychic to do it. All that you need is you.
Think about something that’s preventing you from being the person you want to be and living the life that you want to live. Something that’s causing you frustration, pain, stress, anger, stagnation, contraction, or really anything that doesn’t make you feel good. Focus on that aspect of your life. Feel it, notice the sensation of it. Try to accept it for what it is.
And then, shift your attitude.
Decide, even just for a moment, to perceive the situation differently. Because really, that’s all that a miracle is.
A miracle is feeling the immediate relief when you to choose peace over drama. It’s feeling the immediate connection when you choose collaboration over competition. It’s feeling the immediate contentment when you choose gratitude over dissatisfaction. It’s feeling the immediate freedom when you choose possibility over limitation. It’s feeling the immediate happiness when you choose love over fear.
Make that choice, the positive choice, and make it again and again and again, until it’s no longer a choice: it’s who you are.
For more resources in manifesting miracles, check out:
20 Daily Practice That Changed My Life
20 More Daily Practices That Changed My Life
I told you more than a year ago that my hope for you was you’d write a book. So happy to see you’ve opened to that, Camille. Enjoy your success. I’m sure it’s only the first of many.
Thank you Bill <3
Always a pleasure reading your blog 🙂 and more important, there is real life experiences of what we can become if we overcome ourselves or should say our “negative self”. We are much greater that it.
Be blessed on your way 🙂
Thank you Jari, you as well! <3
I needed this one right now Camille. Beautiful and brilliant and inspiring. Congratulations on your success! You are such a shining light. I miss you so much. Lots of love from Wisco!
Thank you sweet being. Love you! xoxo
so f*&#ing powerful! thank you for the awesome, inspirational read 🙂
Awwww thank you!! You just made my day. Glad you enjoyed it!
I can relate to everything here so so much at the moment, especially the focusing on what you really need to do rather than having several wandering thoughts about where you could be and what you could be doing. Welldone on all your success, I get excited whenever you’ve written a new blogpost, they’re so comforting and interesting to read! x
Aw thank you Kat, that means a lot! So nice to hear that the post resonated with you <3
Thank you once again for a beautiful inspirational post. I was one of those people who stumbled onto your blog last week and I am so happy I did. I’m off to Cambodia next week and starting my yoga practice at the Vagabond Temple. I know it is where I need to be. Thanks for sharing your miracles. I too have a lot on them I find when I take ownership of my dream and make progress towards them I am rewarded in ways I cannot imagine.
Much love sister.
Aw thank you Jay for your sweet sweet message. Enjoy your time at Vagabond temple!! For some reason I thought they shut down, is there a new location and where is it? xoxo
100% what I needed to read today. Thanks Camille!
You are so very welcome <3
That’s amazing babe, well done! Your posts are always great but these last few, amazing!
Thank you so much <3
Camille, I’m a fan of your writing as a yogi myself, thank you for motivating me and reminding me to get back on track! I used to have a daily morning routine of Positive manifestations in the morning and reciting my mantra of our long term goals but blogging has been too overwhelming for me that caused me to sacrifice my spiritual practice!
Thank you again for writing this piece! I really need it! =)
Aw you’re welcome Kach! As you know, even just 5 minutes in the morning can shift your whole day and actually make your blogging far more productive and successful!
The goals you’ve accomplished, and the miracles you’ve manifested in your life lately are really amazing! This post is so inspirational – thank you for the powerful advice! Your past few articles have been so helpful, and they are exactly what I’ve been needing to read at this moment in my life. Do you have any recommendations for guided mediation videos, or anything else for beginners?! Thanks! 🙂
Aw thank you thank you! Actually, I’m going to start making my own meditation videos to share with you guys soon, but I HIGHLY recommend Deepak Chopra’s 21 Day Meditation Challenges: https://chopracentermeditation.com/ and also I’m a huge fan of yogaglo.com, which has a free trial. xo
So much fresh air from reading this, Camille. I can relate to so much of this and want to thank you first and foremost for sharing this wonderful cauldron of wisdom.
I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to break out a highlighter and ruin my computer screen while reading this, but thankfully declined doing that. I’d have to own up to that one and do the work, and buy a new one☺. I don’t meditate in the conventional sense but enjoy going for walks or sitting by the water where I live in Korea and just thinking about nothing for a bit.
Disconnecting from this endless activity and feed of information is challenge number one for me, as I try to create and share my words to people. For me, creating is my way of doing the work and though I started out thinking this was going to be my payday, I somehow figured out that just making something was the best therapy above anything else.
Your wonderful words made me realize that such practices might be a way to avoid facing my insecurities and issues and that sometimes, it’s best to work up the courage and actually look them in the eye. I think today I’m going to use that courage and start to “dig deeper.” Can’t really top your words on this, which makes me so happy to have found your blog.
Looking forward to more in the future.
Ah thank you thank you Duke. I’m so happy to hear that this post has supported you in your journey. I have no doubt that the universe has so many miracles still to show you 🙂 xoxo
For today, stumbling upon your blog is my miracle. And it is one I am claiming now have changed my life. I have recently quit my job with the hopes that this move will spark a start to pursuing my passions. Every piece of advice in this post has spoken to me in so many ways. BTW, I also love that quote in A Return To Love by Marianne Williamson and has been one I have turned to and repeated countless times now.
For this amazing and mind-altering blog and for crazy inspiring people like you, I am deeply grateful. <3
Awwww Odey thank you so much what an unbelievably kind comment!! Have you read A Return to Love? If you like that quote you will learn SO MUCH from the book. It changed my life <3 xoxo
You are most welcome. I have and it changed mine, too. I’m currently trying to live more by its principles. 🙂
Wonderfull post. Iwould like to say how had enjoyed reading that , but my english is not best. I just want to say THANKS.
You’re so welcome Lourdes 🙂
Great post! I started doing meditation and mantras several months ago and I have never been happier! The positive effect on my life has been overwhelming. I encourage everyone I know to do the same. Visualizing positive outcomes and your ideal life is the first step to living your dreams. Thanks Camille!
Awesome I’m so happy to hear that Martin! Let’s keep sharing the positivity 🙂 xoxo
I read this post a few days ago and the bit you wrote about sending compassion through meditation really struck a chord. I’ve tried to do this with a certain person who has literally been on my mind for years, but I always talk myself out of it, feeling that it is in some way weak, and by sending him love it is being unkind to myself. I KNOW this is not the case, and seeing that it has worked for you adds to my conviction. I appreciate the help you are providing in undoing our programming to believe that love and compassion are weaknesses, which is the complete opposite of the truth! LOVE IS STRENGTH! Thank you ♡
Yes, yes, yes. Have you read this post of mine? At the bottom I explain my metta meditation practice, which I highly recommend. I’m going to start making guided meditation videos soon as well:
Yes I have read it – well done for being able to practice love in such difficult circumstances! From re-reading it I think the key for me is consistency and doing metta meditation even when I don’t believe it. It can bring up some really painful emotions though, but I think if I maybe try and do it with a lighter attitude that will help, and treat it as a meditation rather than getting too caught up in my thoughts and emotions. Thanks Camille 🙂
I have a mantra too, “Impossible is Nothing”. When something seems to big to tackle, the traditional phrase “Nothing is Impossible” makes me believe I have a chance at it. Take it a step further “Impossible is Nothing” and it seems like there’s no reason I can’t accomplish my goal. It takes away the fear and sometimes I actually get something huge done. Here’s to mantras!
I love that, thank you for sharing, I’m totally going to try it!
This is absolutely fantastic. Your posts lately have been amazing. I love the section in this post about taking responsibility for your life. Super brave of you to admit the wishful thinking of something or someone coming along to ‘save’ you. You said in here exactly what I have been coming to realization in my own mind, with my own life and business, but hadn’t quite formed the full awareness of. This post did a major push forward for my own self development. I think you are doing a really great job 🙂
That’s so awesome! Thank you I’m really glad to hear it 🙂
God, you touch my soul, it’s like you are here right in front of me, you truly shine, as I and all humanity does
Thank you love.
Beautiful post, Camille! I’d love to hear more specifics about how you increased your blog traffic.
Thanks love. The most basic answer is this: pay attention to the questions people have for you. Whether that’s your blog readers, your friends, etc. and then answer those questions in blog posts, in inspiring and clear ways. xx
I love this! It sums up so much of my own life lessons. When I turned 29 last year, I resolved to start living life on my own terms by making my dreams a reality instead of a distant “hopefully one day,” “who knows,” desire. The results, while not surprising, have been absolutely astounding.
During my journey I came up with a little acronym that I turn to time and again; ASFEB.
Ask: What does my heart want? Why do I want it? What will it add to my life? Determine the overall goal or outcome you desire.
State: Remind yourself of this goal as often as possible, especially when you’re feeling irritated or plagued by doubt. This will help you regain clarity and a positive perspectice, and it’s guaranteed to boost productivity and creativity. (Mantras are great here)
Focus: Make this goal your focus. Look for opportunities that will help it come into fruition. Take actions and make choices that support your desire.
Envision: What will this look like and feel like?
Believe: Look at your desires as realistic, achievable, and easy to accomplish. See opportunity everywhere and believe that your goal is unfolding before you each and every day.
In short, determine your ultimate heart-fueled desire, state it often to keep your focus, see the opportunities making it possible, and know that you absolutely have what it takes to make your desires a reality.
So beautiful thank you for sharing this process with us!! <3
<3 🙂 <3
Thanks for sharing your process Ash, I have saved it as a reminder for myself!
I absolutely LOVE this post, Camille. It’s exactly what I needed to read right now. I’ve recently embarked on a journey of self-discovery following a breakup, and I’m already doing a lot of the things you’ve mentioned on the list. Not only have you given me some more ideas, but you’ve also made me feel like I’m on the right track.
Thank you 🙂
Wonderful! I am so happy to hear that!
Love this post! Always love hearing about and seeing the successes that come into people’s lives, it energizes me and gives me hope.
Wonderful I’m so happy to hear that 🙂 <3
Camille – Yesterday, I discovered your blog, and honestly, thinking about it now I have no idea how. Anyway, I spent several hours yesterday, as well as today starting with your very first blog post and reading onward. There have been several times when my eyes have filled with tears as I read your words, as they resonate so deeply with me.
Everything that you have experienced, and everything that you are sharing in these posts are experiences that my heart is currently longing for. I am at a point in my life when I am realizing that I am on my path to self discovery. I am walking up the mountain, and enjoying the view, but I know that something bigger is coming and I am so excited for what I find at the top.
Just know that your blog posts are so inspiring to those who read them. Not only are they inspiring but they are incredibly informative and are serving as some sort of research for me as I prepare for when I to will let go of my life here in the States and wander around the globe in search of myself and my calling.
Thank you…thank you…thank you.
Wow wow Lindsy thank you thank you for this very sweet comment! I feel you and your heart so much in it!!! Please please make sure to sign up for my newsletter, I’m going to release a book soon The Single Girl’s Guide to Traveling the World which I hope will give you much support in embarking on this journey. Sending you so much loovvveee!
Your writing is really inspiring 🙂
Thank you Ivan, I appreciate that.
Love this article and the beautiful photos! My husband and I went travelling for 6 months a year ago…and we still haven’t returned home. Manifesting our reality has definitely had a lot to do with it.
That’s wonderful, may you continue manifesting your beautiful life <3
Wow, this was so helpful with what I have been going through lately…what you mentioned about the feeling scattered REALLY resonated with me!!!! Sometimes I feel so much is pulling at me and I have an old tendency to be a people pleaser, so that can be difficult. I disabled my Facebook temporarily and have found that to be super helpful. Thanks for your wise words lady. P.S. I’m dying to go to one of your retreats some day, just working on manifesting the funds to make that all happen some day 🙂 ❤–ilona
Thank you love I’m so happy to hear that. And I understand. Aw I would LOVE to have you come on retreat! xoxo
This article is one of the best I’ve ever read! Your words have changed my life and have definitely boosted my confidence as I work to build my own business. Thank you so much for the inspiration! I will be using these techniques daily!
Aw you are so welcome I’m really happy to hear that!! xoxox
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