A Miracle Story

Late last summer, Gabriel Jebb had a long conversation with his sister that ended with her telling him that he would be a great father and maybe it was time for him to look into adoption or finding a surrogate. Instead, he dove into online dating where he quickly encountered health coach Kerry Tepedino and was blown away to discover that she came with a bonus of an awesome son, Grayson.

After their first dinner, they immediately knew that they wanted to see each other again, but it wasn’t until the second date, at a U2 concert, that the sparks really started to fly. That’s when Kerry knew that there could be something really special between them because Gabriel was wildly fun, extremely energetic, not to mention pretty darn handsome.

A few weeks later Gabriel invited Kerry & Grayson on a nine-day camping trip. Everything went wrong… it was a tsunami outside, pouring rain and the tent had a leak so all 3 of them and the dog, ended up sharing one mattress to try to stay dry. It ended with Kerry going to the ER, because she couldn’t talk…. all this added to the chaos because she had 40 clients flying in for a retreat upon her return home days later.

Surviving that wacky camping trip proved to them they had something special to share as a family unit. And their love for each other was growing by the minute.

Gabriel moved in before Thanksgiving, and on last January 16th, he proposed in a helicopter ride above Fort Rosecrans Memorial cemetery where Kerry’s stepdad, the man who had raised her, is laid to rest. They did a right wing salute to dad in the helicopter and Gabriel proposed.

BUT….it was not predictable any of this would happen!

When Kerry was 35, she went to a well-known Vedic astrologer who was visiting the States from India, who told her she would never have children, which, of course made her very angry.

At age 39, hoping the astrologer was wrong, Kerry went to see the top fertility doctor in San Diego who, after many tests, confirmed she would never have children.

A few years later she went to visit the grave of her stepfather, Scott, and as she sat next to him, she wrote in her journal her feelings of devastation that she would never have children.

As she was sobbing and writing, she suddenly wrote:

“Fuck Fear! Nobody gets to tell me what my body can do!”

Kerry felt the power of this statement and made a commitment to figure out how to have a baby.

Knowing that she had two weeks before her next period she began doing daily tests to figure out when she was ovulating. Kerry quickly found a fertility clinic that was willing to support her in making it happen and she picked a sperm donor with her three “must haves:” he needed to be Caucasian, with brown hair and blue eyes, hoping that the baby would look somewhat like her.

There were seven possible matches, and she narrowed it down to two, and ended up choosing the one who she discovered had a jovial personality.

Within three weeks she was pregnant!!!

Convinced she would have a girl, she decided on the name Grace. When she found out she was having a boy, she chose the name Grayson, who was born on Stepdad Scott’s, birthday.

What a blessing.

I love this story because it’s more proof that in spite of what eastern astrologers and western doctors say, or whatever misguided beliefs we have, we can take action in creating our own miracles!

On Saturday, Brian and I had the honor of officiating at their wedding on the cliffs of the Torrey Pines Gliderport, where Gabriel is the Flight Director, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was a breathtakingly beautiful summer day with more than 150 friends and family cheering them on.

And little adorable Grayson, who calls Gabriel “Daddy,” was the ring bearer.

Wishing you love, laughter, and magical kisses,

Arielle

P.S. If you are ready for marriage and you have a sincere desire to manifest your soulmate, please visit www.soulmatepassion44.com to hear a free 75-minute webinar.

Are You Pushing Away Miracles?

There once was a woman who saw on TV that her neighborhood was about to be flooded and the officials said everyone should evacuate.  

She believed that God would save her and she ignored the warning.  

Then a city worker knocked on her door and told her to leave for higher ground and she said no, “God will save me.”

Then the floods came and she had to run up to the second floor to stay dry.  

A boat soon came to her second-story window to rescue her and she said no, “God will save me.”

Then the second floor flooded and she ended up on the roof of her home.  

A helicopter came and she said no, “God will save me.”

Then she was swept away by the rising water and drowned.

When she got to heaven she yelled at God and said, “Why didn’t you save me?”

God said, “I sent you a warning on TV, a warning to your front door, a rescue boat, and a helicopter, why didn’t you listen?”

 

I share this story with you today because I often see people, in their manifesting process, focused on a very specific outcome, not knowing whether or not that outcome will save them or really make them happy.  It’s important to remember that our ultimate goal is happiness and satisfaction and to allow room for surprises and even miracles to occur.

We must stay open to signs, symbols, and helpful people that cross our path.

The road to manifestation is not always a straight line, and in the end, we may manifest something unexpected, but much more fulfilling.

Make room for surprises… and miracles.

Wishing you love, laughter, and magical kisses,

Arielle

Creating Miracles

As we enter into the last month of the year, I thought this would be a great time to encourage you to create miracles in your life.

 

The word “miracle” comes from a Latin word meaning “something wonderful.”

 

The common definitions of miracles include:

 

“…a surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency.”

 

And also

 

“…a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences.”

 

imagesMy favorite definitions come from A Course in Miracles which states that a miracle is simply ” a shift in perception” and “miracles occur naturally as expressions of love.” It also says that there is “no order of difficulty in miracles.”

 

I accept and embrace all of these definitions and believe that we have an innate super-power to co-create miracles in our lives.

 

Here are the simple steps to conjure up a miracle:

 

Ask – Get clear about what your miracle is. Then close your eyes and with an open heart, connect to the Divine and say a prayer of gratitude thanking the Divine for delivering your miracle to you with effortless ease.

 

Believe and Expect – Believe, trust and expect that this miracle IS already yours. Put a smile on your face and exude joy to the world as you live in the knowingness that what you’ve asked for IS already yours.

 

Surrender – Let go of any fear, doubt, anxiety or need to know when the miracle is coming. Being detached from the “need” shows the Universe that you trust your miracle is on the way.

 

Wishing you love, laughter and MIRACLES,

Arielle