Experiencing the Magic of God in Daily Life

I’ve recently begun to realise more and more how the magic of God surrounds us every day and that there are messages to behold in the most obvious and unobvious of places. The messages are there for everyone; they are not given to a chosen few or those aligned to certain religious beliefs and you do not have to be special or gifted.

I’ve accepted that the magic of God can be seen by everyone, from the very young to the very old, men and women, black or white, ‘good’ or ‘bad’.

What if we have simply forgotten about what it is we are seeing and thus what it is that is being communicated to us?

It seems our life takes on a ‘life’ of its own and we get so caught up in doing things, being distracted, stimulated, busy, rushing around, reacting to the devastation and destruction in the world, getting sick and emotional, feeling overwhelmed and being exhausted… that maybe, just maybe, we miss all of the things God is sharing with us.

Our family has begun to share the magic of God every day. One of these times is when we all come together at the end of a day to share the evening meal. This time of the day gives us an opportunity to talk about our day and express all that we have seen and felt within it.

The sharing of our days gives us all an opportunity to hear and feel the magic of God everywhere, whether it be in our own bodies, with nature, or in a traffic jam or in the bustle of the city in which we live.

Here are some examples of the magic of God experienced by family members in a day:

  • Walking the dog around the block I noticed a bright yellow daisy bursting up and out of a crack in the concrete. What I considered in that moment was that I may have to overcome obstacles (which was very relevant to me personally that day) and that I can overcome them and still be myself, shining as bright as the sun. And that, no matter what, I don’t need to hold myself back.
  • While stopped at traffic lights a white feather floated past the windscreen. The feather reminded me of who I truly am and where I am from. What I felt is that we are angelic beings here to be light and loving to ourselves, and with everyone around us.
  • I opened a kitchen cupboard and reached for a coffee mug. It fell out and broke on the kitchen bench. I realised in that moment that I did not know what I was doing and that I had gone into automatic pilot and was in the motion of getting things done and wanting to rush. This brought me to a stop and I was then able to reconnect to myself and to my body as I made a cup of tea with more conscious awareness.
  • During a lunch break while going for a walk, I was stopped by a bee working away as it went from one flower to the next. What I could feel in this moment was how bees are always busy and totally committed to every flower they stop at, or whatever other activity they are doing. They never sell themselves short, give up or are half hearted about the task at hand. A bee gives one hundred percent commitment and attention to detail to everything it does, and in this, I was reminded of the commitment I can make every day to myself and to work.
  • On getting up off the couch I walked straight into the corner of the kitchen table, bumping my hip. This made me stop and consider where I was in that moment and to consider whether I was holding onto any ideals and beliefs that I could let go of.
  • On driving to work I followed a number plate that said SOG 709. The acronym made me think of ‘Son of God’ and, in this, I was also reminded of the fact that God is Nature, and that numbers are found in Nature everywhere, making me appreciate the fact that everything is by design.
  • I was sitting down to eat some dinner. I enjoyed my meal and went back for a second helping. As I dished out the food, it spilt onto the table, completely missing my plate. The spilt food made me stop and realise I had actually eaten enough and did not need to overdo it or overeat by going back for more.
  • On carrying my grocery shopping from the supermarket to the car, a beautiful butterfly with yellow and orange markings flew alongside me. I stopped to appreciate that there is joy in everything I do and even the weekly shopping can be playful, reminding me that I don’t need to take the chores in life too seriously.

I am deeply thankful to Serge Benhayon, Natalie Benhayon and Universal Medicine who have inspired me to develop my relationship with God and to be in communion with him every day.

By Sally Scott, Melbourne, Australia

769 thoughts on “Experiencing the Magic of God in Daily Life

  1. I love the Magic of God = and not just in the wonders that are around us every day. When I get ‘caught out’ as I did last week. thinking of something else as I walked into my bathroom and fell, nearly hitting my head on the bath, which brought me up short. Instant karma these days……

  2. Magic of God is indeed everywhere. I love how that is a flow of harmony that simply makes sense and reminds us of what we belong to.

    1. Magic of God is everywhere for all of us, unless we get distracted in doing, ‘life takes on a ‘life’ of its own and we get so caught up in doing things, being distracted, stimulated, busy, rushing around, reacting to the devastation and destruction in the world’.

  3. Thank you Sally, there is so much appreciation that can be lived when we simply open our heart and feel the true magic from within, so every step in the day is giving us a deeper version of our-selves. Now that is feeling the magic as we walk.

  4. There can be joy in everything that we do, all is required is that we let go of the control & pictures to see the little things in life, the little remarks, which if understood can bring a smile to our face. The personalised messages from nature and the world around, which if we open up & stop thinking that everything is physical and only physical, we will see the playfulness, and it may bring a smile to our face.

  5. ‘The messages are there for everyone; they are not given to a chosen few or those aligned to certain religious beliefs and you do not have to be special or gifted.’ Encourage someone to ponder on their experiences and everyone has something to share on what they have observed and felt that has allowed them a moment of expansion.

  6. Sally, this is really helpful to read; ‘The spilt food made me stop and realise I had actually eaten enough and did not need to overdo it or overeat by going back for more.’ I notice if I am snacking even if I am not hungry then often I will drop the food or split the bag or get a dry throat – all messages that I do need this food.

  7. These are wonderful moments to appreciate the Magic of God, some of which I wouldn’t have appreciated or given myself a hard time for like bumping my hip. Love this as it’s appreciating all the lessons we are given on a daily basis and if we’re open to receiving them how enriched our lives are.

    1. We could start with super simple messages, like if we see a feather, reading why we saw that feather, maybe, ‘The feather reminded me of who I truly am and where I am from.’

  8. God is all around us and within us and the only way to connect to that fact is to connect with ourselves and our body and then the rest is easy to know.

  9. The illusion that we all suffer from and that we must all one day arise from is that we are separate to God. We do not appreciate nor even allow ourselves to feel that we are of the same breath that breathed us forth and so in denial of this irrevocable truth, we move in a way that sees us sourcing our breath from another source, hence the agony of the ‘separation’ we all feel that is very real but also is not.

  10. The Magic of God is the power of love and reading your example about the Son of God I could feel I was slouching a bit in my chair, so I felt to lengthen my spine and sit up straight and I could instantly feel how I connected again back to being a Son of God and my responsibility to live as such in every moment.

  11. I love two things about what you have shared here. The first one is how you discuss the magic of God as a family at dinner time … very cool. Do families even have dinner together now, let alone discuss the magic of God? Secondly that the magic of God is not about a cosmic sign coming down from heaven, but really simple and practical things like this ‘On getting up off the couch I walked straight into the corner of the kitchen table, bumping my hip. This made me stop and consider where I was in that moment and to consider whether I was holding onto any ideals and beliefs that I could let go of.’ so then what it becomes about more is our awareness. What are we aware of around us, and do we read the messages given to us or just ignore them? I know I could definitely read more of the daily messages I receive.

  12. Beautifully said Linda, for when we are in sync with others, there is a magic and a simplicity to all we complete together.

  13. I read a blog the other day that talked about the constant love letters we receive from God. A few days later I remembered this and reflected on how I am not allowing myself to receive or see the daily or constant love letters I am given, and again your blog asks and reminds me about the daily magic. I love that you share about your day in this way when you get together for dinner, something I would like to start to do.

  14. This is truly beautiful to read and feel Sally, thank you for sharing your humble family ritual with us. Often we get so focussed on what is ‘wrong’ with our life, we forget to see and feel the exquisite beauty that surrounds us and reminds us that not only are we forever bathed in a light divine but it is also our responsibility to let this love shine out.

  15. Sally, I can relate to similar Magic of God Moments – they are beautifully confirming or simply bringing awareness to where we are disconnected from ourself.

  16. It’s very easy to lose ourselves in the stuff of life, the striving, the pictures we have of how we think it should be, or how we want it to be, when we’ve set up our world to reflect that ‘this is the way it is’. But we only have to stop and breathe, or get out and go for a walk to reconnect to that knowing that there is so much more to life. How willing are we to let go of everything we’ve invested in, even though it may be hurting us? At what point do we stop and ask ourselves if what we’re doing, and the way we’re doing it, is really worth it, compared to the simplicity, steadiness and solidness of a life lived connected to our body, and the bigger picture?

  17. God and Serge Benhayon are very close I feel. There is so much holding of love through Serge Benhayon.
    I love Serge Benhayon. I love God.

  18. So simple to take note of what is really going on… and there is a lot going on all the time if we just take a moment to notice. It can inform us of what is really going on – for us or for others. Its pure Gold, and just takes a moment of reflection to access.

  19. Your blog reminded me of the heron I saw this morning standing on an old nest of some coots in the middle of the pond in the garden of the monastery I am currently working in. The heron shows itself at different times, sometimes at the beginning of my workday and sometimes when I walk home after work, but I am always connected straight away to my purpose and often smiling, as it confirms or reminds me of the service I am offering just by being me.

  20. I love the constellations and ‘accidents’ that happen in daily living, bringing our attention the magic of God, making me aware that I too can “appreciate the fact that everything is by design.”

  21. A gorgeous sharing Sally about the magic of God that is all around us and the loving messages that this magic holds for us, this is surely living with God, the God within and the God without and all around us.

  22. What a lovely ritual to share the magic of God experienced daily with your dinner family and friends, it’s a playful way to pay attention to what is being communicated to us daily.,

  23. Appreciating that there is energy behind why things happen opens us up to life on a multidimensional level rather than dismissing events as being random or just seeing life on a purely functional level…

  24. A beautiful appreciation of the love of God that we are, are a part of and are held in every day. We are constantly being reflected and reminded that we are Soulful beings and our inescapable interconnectedness to God, the universe, each other is the magic we are a part of and are here to live together. Bringing this awareness into our conversation more and more and sharing our appreciation of the moments when we clock the activity of the magic of God at work, confirms our multidimensionality which we then accept as normal.

    1. Yes confirming the multi dimensionality will only enable us to strengthen our relationship with our Universe.

  25. ” What if we have simply forgotten about what it is we are seeing and thus what it is that is being communicated to us?” A pertinent question. Although I saw beauty in rainbows and butterflies etc., I never realised that so many messages were coming my way – this was before my attendance at Universal Medicine presentations. Both the ‘good’ and the ‘bad’ have something to offer us if we look beneath the signs.

  26. This shows me that we can look at life in many ways…you can drop your food on your second helping and get annoyed because you wasted the food and now you need to clean up etc…, or you can see it as a message from God that you most likely don’t need that second helping! And I know for many that might seem ridiculous that God could send you a message about a second helping of food, but the magic of God and his powers are beyond our human comprehension. And it is from his immense love for us that he sends us these messages, to support us to be more of ourselves and not dull ourselves.

    1. Yes, much, if not all, is beyond our human comprehension, ‘the magic of God and his powers are beyond our human comprehension.’

  27. I always enjoy reading this, the Magic of God brings such a richness to life. I have been really appreciating the magic of nature recently, and enjoying how beautiful it feels to have more conscious relationship to the beauty of God expressed through nature and animals. This morning I woke feeling quite uncomfortable and in an issue and I opened up a blog to read and there was the answer to why I was in my issue – without looking it was delivered to me by just feeling my way and honouring which blog I felt to read. It’s truly amazing the many ways God is with us and expressing his love for us.

    1. We are so much more than what the eyes can see. True vision comes from learning to see with the ‘eyes of the heart’ and feel all there is to feel.

  28. The magic of God is everywhere when we are open enough to notice how much there is, and the more aware of it we become the more we realise how much more there is, God is forever showering us with his love and reminders or confirmations along the way.

  29. The more I appreciate the magic of God in daily life the more I realise just how much support we are held in, if we but allow it in…

  30. A beautiful blog to read this afternoon, and a timely reminder to stay in communion with God everyday and not just when something unpleasant happens and then we seek answers to our dilemma. Much better to be aware of God’s magic everywhere and to say thankyou for the blessings and all the learnings along the way.

  31. Dinner at your house feels divine Sally. So just imagine if this was the choice, at least once a day, by others getting together to share a meal. I can feel how awareness of the world would expand, relationships would deepen and appreciation of what life is offering us everyday would be something that comes naturally, not something we have to think about doing.

  32. What a beautiful way to review our day and bringing it to completion by sharing moments of magic of God together as a family.

  33. How crazy is it that we have chosen to separate from God, from the divine energy that holds the universe and is all around us to an extent where we even question it’s existance…

  34. What a great idea to share the magic in your day with your family, I am going to give this a go. There is so much to appreciate like you share but we are so often dismissive and blind to what is there.

    1. Yes Anna it is so true the more we accept our relationship with God as Gods, the greater we move with the authority knowing that this is simply our natural way of being.

  35. I love witnessing th magic of God. Last week I followed a rabbit as it hopped along the road in front of me – not a usual sight for mid afternoon. It reminded me to be more playful in life, as I can get over serious at times.

  36. To be in communion with God in every moment, how glorious is that and reading this I realise we can be, in the everything, and in this there is nothing mundane, just a joy to be expressed.

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