Rev. Randy Fikki of Unity Southeast in Kansas City reminds us to stop putting up “Do Not Disturb” signs to our miracles, which are always waiting to bless us. Each and every situation, encounter or circumstance is an opportunity to let your miracles in. We fail to experience them because we simply are not open to receive them.

In Randy’s powerful Thursday night course covering A COURSE IN MIRACLES, he challenges us to move out of our own way, move the blocks from the manifestation of our miracles. You can join him every Thursday Night at 9 PM EST via Zoom.

“The course does not aim at teaching the meaning of love, for that is beyond what can be taught. It does aim, however, at removing the blocks to the awareness of love’s presence, which is your natural inheritance.”

from Dr. Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles

“You retain thousands of little scraps of fear that prevent the Holy One from entering. Light cannot penetrate through the walls you make to block it, and it is forever unwilling to destroy what you have made. No one can see through a wall, but I can step around it.”

from Dr. Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles

“Sin is a block, set like a heavy gate, locked and without a key, across the road to peace. No one who looks on it without the help of reason would try to pass it. The body’s eyes behold it as solid granite, so thick it would be madness to attempt to pass it.”

from Dr. Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles

Open your consciousness to receive your good, by meditating here and now.

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The Course reminds us that we can always be open and receptive to good:

“How can I be doubtful and unsure of myself when perfect certainty abides in Him? How can I be disturbed by anything when He rests in me in absolute peace?”

from Dr. Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles

Randy reminds us that we are the only blockage
standing in the way of our good.

When we remove the do not disturb sign,
we realize that our good
is here.

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