Miracles are a real phenomena. Every tradition addresses the existence of miracles, but they all use different language. We label events as miracles when a desired outcome manifests in a dramatic fashion: We want to be healed from a terrible illness, or attain material wealth, or find our purpose.
Then when these events occur, we say, how miraculous! Someone has an intention or a desire or a thought, and then it happens. A miracle, then, is a very dramatic example of what happens when a person is able to tap into the spiritual domain and apply intention to manifest their destiny.
People who are not interested in spirituality attribute these kinds of events to luck. I personally believe that “luck”–at least the way we usually define it–has nothing to do with it.
What most people call luck is nothing more or less than the application of synchronicity to the fulfillment of our intentions. “Chance favors the prepared mind.” Opportunity + Preparedness = Good Luck.
It is entirely possible, through the lessons of synchrondestiny, to create such a state of mind that you will begin to see that there are opportune moments in life, and when you notice and take hold of them, they change everything. “Luck” is the word we in the modern world use to describe the miraculous.
Every coincidence is an opportunity for you to become the person the universe intended you to be.
Adapted from The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire, by Deepak Chopra (Three Rivers Press).