Can I Work a Miracle?

I’ve decided to revisit my very first guide on my path to enlightenment. It’s called “A Course in Miracles.” About 5 years ago my life basically imploded and I was left with a “NOW WHAT??” mentality. Because obviously what I had been doing for the previous 29 years was not working. (If you love reading about other people’s problems because it helps you with a perspective on your own… or if you’re just a sadist for misery click here to read my original story.)

So I am going to attempt something I’ve never done before… actually complete “A Course in Miracles” workbook. It’s 365 lessons, one each day… FOR A YEAR. Then I’ll be able to work miracles like grow 100 dollar bills on the bush outside and get a man to WANT marriage. All jokes, and witchcraft aside (again JOKE), this course is supposed to completely change your mind set once and for all. Something I’ve been trying to do for years. I think my mascot is the Little Engine that Could. “I think I can, I think I can… I think… it’s been five years. I’m gonna need some more fuel. (They use coal right?) Last time I did this course I think I made it to day 280… in TWO YEARS. But I’m feeling so productive with my time management challenge that I’m gonna try it “ONE MORE TIME!” (Cue the Daft Punk song.)

Here’s a quick summary of the Course:

1- These exercises don’t take a lot of time: PERFECT. Because I’ve already proven once that I’m a tad lazy.

2- Phase one: Undo the way you currently see now: Good. Will this also take away the view of the messy bedroom behind me?

3- Phase two: Acquire true perception: Which obviously includes me on TV, right? Or at least makes me as cool as Yoda?

4- Don’t ever decide for yourself that there are some people, situations, or things that these ideas don’t apply to: This means that co-worker you hate and your ex-boyfriend. The very nature of true perception is that it has no limits. Basically, the opposite of how we see now.

5- It doesn’t matter if you don’t understand, or even believe, a concept: Really??? Best part ever. Just by using the exercises every day, meaning and results will follow. “If you build it, they will come.” Just remember, whatever the resistance, JUST DO IT.

So to make this a little more fun for everyone, I am attempting to make short videos about my experience. (We will see how consistently I do this because it involves me doing my hair.) I love to play and poke fun at the exercises a little, but I do actually take them very seriously. I just think “all work and no play, makes Alissa a dull girl.” I promise I will never come at you in the bathroom with an ax, though. (If you don’t get that reference I’m shaking my head at you. Go watch “The Shining.” Classic Kubrick.) Also I apologize that this video won’t be in the best format. I shot it vertically because social media and I don’t vibe. Apparently, you have to shoot it horizontally but once I figured this out I was already done and, well, LAZY.

DAY 1: Nothing I see in this room (or on this street, from this window, in this place) means anything. Basically it tells you to look around your room and for every object you see say “This table does not mean anything.” Etc. Here’s my adventure:

Slightly silly? Maybe. But it made me chuckle so I’ll take it. Just remember. Objects don’t actually mean anything. Let’s get ready for day two!

If you want to follow along yourself, you can find the book super cheap on Amazon! I look forward to any comments, and most importantly to miracles!

And so it is.

6 thoughts on “Can I Work a Miracle?

    1. Yeah I’ve been doing a time management challenge as well and it’s been keeping me so on track! Every night a friend and I send each other our schedules so it gets my burg out of bed each morning! A Course in Miracles is actually super easy to do. Takes less than 15 min a day!

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    1. Thank you so much! I seriously love you too. Haha, if you liked that video, today’s is even better. SPOILER ALERT: my cat makes another appearance. I’m too corny. But hey, it made me chuckle. And you make me blush! I don’t know where to stalk your picture so I can return the compliment but thank you! Trust me, it’s my cat. He brings out my good side haha!

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