HJ: Miracles are not special occurrences. Miracles are showing us the actual nature of reality and what is possible. In certain ways, they reflect back to us the true extent of the spiritually cut-off state we generally live in, where we are not actively expressing these incredible, innate abilities which we call miracles. The only reason we are not actively expressing and living miracles constantly (at which point they would not be miracles, but the normal state of affairs) is because we are cutting ourselves off from them through false perceptions and beliefs. We do not believe in miracles or do not believe that we are worthy of receiving/experiencing them, and so we do not. It is a paradox of faith — the faithful believe, and hence experience whatever occurrence it is in which they believe. And it is very real. This can be true in a religious context or in just a general spiritual context. It can also be true in a non-religious, non-spiritual context, but we will not explore that in this excerpt. The point is (to tie it back into the subject of this article), this belief and faith in the regenerative nature of the body underlies our ability to experience it. The cells in our body respond to our thoughts and our thoughts are dictated by our beliefs and so we must believe in this type of healing in order for it to occur.
Part of the beauty of this article, the stories of miraculous healing it confers and the research being performed by the proponents of this type of therapy is that together, they provide an undeniable scientific background that helps validate the concept in the eyes of skeptics. This, in turn, helps shift humanity to a higher level, as it broadens what we collectively think of as possible and so advances us a race to higher levels of experience, manifestation and awareness.
Cell Regeneration – A myth or reality?