Two Stories of Divine Intervention

For anyone who sometimes forgets what a miraculous world we live in … two stories from people I’m glad remain on this side of the veil.

Ann Kreilkamp shares her tale of Divine Intervention:

The SWERVE: or how, yesterday, I almost died

which reminded me of this story I posted in 2010:

Premonitions, Divine Intervention, Reiki and Kundalini Yoga saved her life

I’ve had a few close calls myself, but these two posts offer great affirmation of something bigger and benevolent. No matter what kind of situation you find yourself in, know that you and the Mystery are One. Blessed Be!

2 responses to this post.

  1. I left this comment for Ann on her site but thought I’d leave it here, too:

    So glad you stayed this side of the veil awhile longer!

    In 2012, when we lived in Madison, we got a phone call from David’s parents that they needed his help to buy a new car because … the steering wheel had fallen off en route from PA back to Goshen! David’s dad’s friend was driving around 70 mph when he noticed the car wasn’t responding to his attempt to change lanes. He tried to turn the wheel, and pulled it right out of the steering column. Amazingly, the car drifted itself across three lanes of traffic, hitting no one, and slowed to a landing on its side in a ditch. No one was hurt, but both 82-year-old men needed to climb out the passenger side door.

    We have so much protection around us, even in the thousands of less dramatic events that never occur due to that protection. As Albert Einstein said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

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  2. Reblogged this on Reiki Dawn and commented:
    Don’t you just love stories like these. I sure do. Thanks for the posts Laura!

    Liked by 1 person

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