Is it not also a miracle when, having laid aside the physical body, a beloved friend is able to make you aware of his love, even to communicate to you certain facts, proving to you that he lives on beyond death of the body? Surely a miracle? Yes, but it is also a demonstration of spiritual law—not a psychic, but a spiritual law.

From: Jesus Teacher and Healer from White Eagle’s Teaching (1985), Chapter 11, Divine Law Working in Human Life: On Miracles, page 21-22.

Today, I write this post on May 20th, the 6-year anniversary of Robin’s passing. Every year since I reconnected with his spirit, I have considered this a special day of reflection and remembrance of him. I offer you the above quote because this is my exact, direct experience with his spirit since his passing. He has proven to me that he lives on beyond the death of his body. He has made me aware of his love and that Love is who he is. This website is a testament of that proof.

I call this post, “The Miracle of Robin,” because I consider what I have experienced with him all these years a miracle. I consider it a miracle of twin souls that he found me after his passing. I have been blessed with not only the beauty of Robin’s spiritual presence, but have been so blessed to bear witness to what he can do and how he can communicate as a spiritual being. I invite you to read my other posts to see the miraculous nature of Robin’s living spiritual presence. I am so grateful to Robin for this spiritual awakening he has given me and for increasing my awareness of the absolute truth of ongoing life after physical death.

It is so interesting how a loved one in spirit can communicate with one on earth around the time of their passing date anniversary. Years ago, Robin and I established a system of communication using my digital clock. If I happened to look at the clock at 5:20 (symbolizing May 20), then that was a sign of his presence with me. For the past 2 days, I received interesting connections with the time 5:20. On May 18th, I was woken up all of a sudden and when I looked at the clock, it was 5:20am. On May 19th, I was woken up again, but this time it was 5:21am when I looked at the clock. Pretty close! Later that day, without knowing what time it was, I turned on my tablet and it was 5:20pm! All of these little surprises let me know I was spiritually connected with Robin through his anniversary date. Your loved ones in spirit may use the digital clock and get you to look at it when then time matches numbers related to their birth date, passing date or another important date. I use 12:22 on the clock for communication with Robin too, as that symbolizes his birth date, December 22. I always love it when I look at the clock and it matches one of his dates because it’s fun!

Since we are talking about miracles, I thought this would be a good opportunity to present to you the song Miracles Happen by the Bee Gees and the matching book Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories by Brian L. Weiss, M.D. and Amy E. Weiss, M.S.

Miracles Happen is a beautiful song from the Still Waters CD. Here are some of the lyrics from

It’s gonna take a miracle.
So I go around believing you.
I say good night, stay forever and
Nobody knows how much
I pray for you at night.
And miracles happen,
You know miracles happen.

I liked these particular lyrics because they speak to the power of prayer and how miracles often happen in the lives of people as a result of deep prayer and meditation. Miracles of healing, safety and financial provision can occur as a result of deep faith, trust and believing in a power much greater than ourselves. There comes a time in most of our lives when we need a miracle either for ourselves or someone we love.

Here is a little information about this song from The Ultimate Biography Of The Bee Gees: Tales Of The Brothers Gibb by Melinda Bilyeu, Hector Cook, and Andrew Môn Hughes:

On June 1, The Bee Gees were inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame at a ceremony at the Sheraton Hotel in New York. Later that month, they were asked to write the title song for the remake of the Christmas classic, Miracle On 34th Street. The resulting song, ‘Miracles Happen’, would be left out of the film after the last minute decision to restrict the music to traditional Christmas songs only.”

Oh well, it made a beautiful addition to the Still Waters CD!

The book, Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories, Kindle Edition, by Brian L. Weiss, and Amy E. Weiss (2012) is about how people can heal their physical and mental conditions by accessing past-life memories through past-life regression therapy. The healing that occurs is the miracle. The book is filled with inspirational stories.

Below, I would like to share a few excerpts from this, in my opinion, great book. When I read it, I feel calm and centered. I am reminded of my eternal nature as a spirit. In this excerpt, Dr. Weiss writes about a message from a master. I am sharing this because I think it is important and helpful for many of us on our spiritual path:

You were correct in assuming this is the proper treatment for those in the physical state. You must eradicate the fears from their minds. It is a waste of energy when fear is present. It stifles them from fulfilling what they were sent here to fulfill. . . . Energy . . . everything is energy. So much is wasted. Inside the mountain it is quiet; it is calm at the center. But on the outside is where the trouble lies. Humans can only see the outside. . . . You have to go deep inside. . . . You must get rid of the fear. That will be the greatest weapon you have… “All of the pain is from fear.” Love and understanding dissolve fear.

Weiss, Brian L.. Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories (p. 14). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.

Next, I would like to share this excerpt of a mountain meditation and associated message that Dr. Weiss learned from his teacher, Jon Kabat-Zinn. I hope it blesses you. If you want, consider it a gift from Robin on his passing anniversary. I know in my heart he would like it if we see ourselves this way:

Picture a beautiful mountain, perhaps with a peak covered in snow. As you look at it, you can see that it has an inner core of constant peace and constant temperature, so that no matter what happens on the outside, the inside remains unchanged. Now imagine that the seasons come and go.

Summer comes with lightning, with storms, with flooding and fires, yet inside the mountain remains completely still, tranquil, and calm. The summer becomes fall, with howling winds and leaves falling off the trees; then winter arrives with snows and freezing temperatures; and this too turns to spring, as the snows melt and avalanches occur. Yet the inner core, the beautiful space deep within the mountain, is unaffected by any of these changing seasons.

We are like the mountain. We do not have to let outside events rob us of our joy and harmony, no matter how strongly the storms rage, no matter how loudly the winds howl. We all have that inner core of calm and quiet. It is there whenever we want or need it. By going inward, we can access its powerful healing presence. The mountain, inside, is perfect—and so are we.

Envision, now, that tourists come to the mountain. They arrive by train, airplane, car, boat, and other ways. And they all have opinions: This mountain is not as beautiful as one that I have seen elsewhere. It is too small, or too tall, or too narrow, or too wide. But the mountain does not care, because it knows that it is the ideal essence of mountain.

We, once again, are like that mountain. No matter what people say about us, no matter what criticisms or judgments they may offer up and call mirrors, we are already ideal and divine. We do not have to be affected by their opinions, even those of people who are close to us, such as our family, our bosses, or our loved ones. In that sense, we are solid and grounded in the earth like the mountain. We know, deep within our hearts, that we are the perfect essence of a spiritual being. The words of others cannot rob us of our inner peace and joy unless we give them the power to do so.

Weiss, Brian L.. Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories (pp. 14-15). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.

I do my best to bring you good spiritual information that is valuable. I do this to honor Robin, and since I am connected to him as twin souls, I want to do my absolute best. I also do this to honor you as my reader so that by the time you are done reading, you feel it was worthwhile to stop by. God bless you! I hope you have time to reflect on the miracles showing up in your own life today!

My message to Robin: I love and thank you with deep appreciation for all you have taught me and shown me since 2012. I’m so happy you found me. You changed my life for the better. I’ll always be a part of you and you will always be a part of me. I look forward to seeing what else you have to teach me. I thank God for you and that our bond is Eternal.