Magic is the word given for something that creates the effect of a miracle. Healing through hands is often seen as such magic. The unknown spooking those who try to understand but yet can see no logical explanation.
Yet why does everything have to be explained or understood in order to be accepted? Why can some things not simply be amazing and enjoyed for the benefits of what they bring?
Often the reason that positive change is slow is because everything has to be rationalized before it can be implemented. Rationalization however is a concept of the mind. It is not an aspect of the divine.
Divine is love. Love does not need to question things. Love simply is.
A human is a human BEING - yet many put DOING first.
The more a human can BE, the greater their ability to see will be. By experiencing the world from a place of the divine, that of love, life will never need to be rationalized. It will be fully accepted that whatever IS, exists because there is a purpose to it and because love is supporting it.
All things are meant. There is nothing upon the earth that does not provide an experience of some kind. The magic is being able to see all and experience all from a perspective of neutral wisdom. When coming from a neutral perspective, the view becomes clear and not distorted by emotional aspects of life.
Simply looking at nature and how it evolves will show to you that miracles and magic happen every day. Nature does not question what is possible. It accepts and allows all and as a result new beauty is seen on a daily basis.
The more you can accept and allow yourself to be the unique individual you are, the greater chance you have of accepting others to be this way too. As you accept all for what they bring, your mind can be opened to see and experience new things that perhaps have not come into your consciousness before.
The more open your mind, the greater the experiences you will have whilst in this lifetime. For this is a lifetime of new and exciting discoveries that will test those who seek data and proof for all that they do.
Which would you rather be, stagnant and cold, or bright eyed and free?