Carlo Acutis: The Millennial Saint & the Miracle of Everyday Life

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Carlo Acutis: The Millennial Saint & the Miracle of Everyday Life

Here’s the thing – we are all embodiments of divine love and light, though some of us are more aware of this than others. Sometimes, we need devastating challenges to awaken our Miracle Nature and connection to the electromagnetic Cosmos throughout spacetime.

Let me be clear – we can all be miracle workers if we choose to be.

In an era dominated by social media influencers, a young man named Carlo Acutis is the Catholic Church’s first millennial saint, earning the moniker “God’s influencer.” But beyond the headlines and the hype, Carlo’s story profoundly reflects on the nature of miracles, the power of faith, and the potential for sanctity in each of us.

But Let’s Backtrack A Bit – For The Sake Of – Ya Know – REALITY

First of all, I don’t want just to skip over all the insanity that comes from this church. I mean, fuck the Catholic church for its continued lies, cover-ups, and bullshit. I mean, seriously, is there a good reason why you Catholics prefer rape and the dark ages over honesty and love? For the heck of it, I went to mass a few weeks ago just to see what it felt like after 40 years – and wow, it’s even more hateful and fucked up than ever.

And come on, your pro-profit, pro-rape organization should pay taxes – and it should be renamed The Molesting Church Of Denial, Real Estate, And Hypocrisy. Right? You know I’m right. 

And I know the idea of respecting a church full of rapists, financial fraudsters, and secret keepers sounds crazy…..

BUT – it is truly best to look for the good when it emerges – especially when it produces such beautiful results. It also feels better for a time. 

I personally love this story of healing, miracles, and divine love. AND this pope is trying hard to be a bonafide human being, which is quite rare given all the cunts the church has produced over time. Amid all the politics at the Vatican – and the bunch of knuckleheads who live and seethe there like vampires, the pope has quite the agenda to manage. 

I doubt he’s even Catholic. God bless the pope!

And onward!

A Life Cut Short, a Legacy Enduring

Born in London in 1991 and raised in Milan, Carlo was a devout Catholic passionate about technology. He used his computer skills to create websites documenting Eucharistic miracles and spreading his faith online. Despite his short life, which ended tragically at age 15 due to leukemia, Carlo’s impact continues to reverberate.

Two miracles have been attributed to his intercession: the healing of a Brazilian boy with pancreatic malformation and the recovery of a young girl from Costa Rica who suffered severe head trauma. These miraculous events, recognized by the Catholic Church, have paved the way for Carlo’s canonization, a testament to his extraordinary faith and devotion.

Miracles: A Glimpse of the Divine

The concept of miracles often evokes images of dramatic healings or supernatural events. While these occurrences are undoubtedly extraordinary, they are not the only manifestations of the divine in our lives.

In fact, each of us’s very existence is a miracle in itself. We are sentient beings inhabiting a fragile planet hurtling through space, capable of love, compassion, and creativity. Our bodies, minds, and spirits are intricate wonders, each a testament to the awe-inspiring complexity of life.

Doubts and Discernment

While many find solace and inspiration in the miracles attributed to Carlo Acutis, it’s important to acknowledge that not everyone shares the same conviction. Some skeptics question the validity of these events, citing a lack of scientific evidence or alternative explanations for the reported healings. Such scrutiny is not unusual in the realm of miracles, as faith often intersects with reason and empirical observation. Ultimately, the belief in miracles rests on individual conviction and spiritual discernment.

Saints: Beacons of Hope and Inspiration

The Catholic Church recognizes saints as individuals who have lived lives of exceptional holiness and virtue. They are not perfect beings but rather models of faith, courage, and love who inspire us to strive for greater spiritual heights.

Carlo Acutis, with his youthful zeal and unwavering devotion, embodies these qualities. His story reminds us that sanctity is not reserved for the distant past or the hallowed halls of religious institutions. It can be found in the hearts and lives of ordinary people, those who choose to live with purpose, compassion, and an unwavering belief in the goodness of God.

Beyond the Catholic Tradition

While the Catholic Church has a rich tradition of recognizing saints, the concept of holiness is not exclusive to any one religion or denomination. In many spiritual traditions, there are individuals revered for their wisdom, compassion, and service to humanity.

Figures like Amma, the hugging saint from India, and Mother Meera, a spiritual teacher known for her silent blessings, have touched countless lives with their love and grace. They, like Carlo Acutis, exemplify the potential for sanctity that exists within each of us.

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The Power of Love: A Healing Balm for the Soul

Love, in its purest form, is a force of profound healing and transformation. It transcends boundaries, mends broken hearts, and awakens the dormant divinity within us. When we love unconditionally, without judgment or expectation, we tap into a wellspring of compassion that can dissolve even the deepest wounds.

Love is not merely a sentiment but a verb, an action that requires courage, vulnerability, and a willingness to extend ourselves beyond our comfort zones. In the act of loving, we experience our own capacity for miracles, for love has the power to mend what seems irreparably broken.

Empathy: A Bridge to Understanding

Empathy, the ability to truly understand and share the feelings of others, is a cornerstone of spiritual growth. It allows us to connect with the shared humanity that binds us all, transcending differences and fostering a sense of unity.

When we practice empathy, we open ourselves to the pain and suffering of others, but we also open ourselves to their joy, resilience, and unwavering spirit. In this shared experience, we find common ground and a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of all life.

Forgiveness: The Key to Liberation

Forgiveness is not about condoning or forgetting hurtful actions. It is about freeing ourselves from the shackles of resentment and anger, allowing us to move forward with grace and compassion.

When we forgive, we release ourselves from the burden of the past, opening our hearts to the possibility of healing and reconciliation. It is a gift we give to ourselves as much as to others, a powerful act of self-love that allows us to reclaim our inner peace and joy.

Releasing the Past and Embracing Freedom: Tools for Transformation

The journey towards healing and liberation often involves confronting and releasing the emotional baggage we carry from the past. This can be a challenging process, but it is essential for our spiritual growth and well-being.

Practices like Ho’oponopono, The Sedona Method, and the Connect & Let Go Process ( offer valuable tools for this journey. They provide frameworks for acknowledging, processing, and ultimately releasing our oppressed emotions, allowing us to step into a new chapter of our lives with greater clarity, freedom, and purpose.

Awakening Our Miracle Nature

Ultimately, the greatest miracle lies in the realization that each of us is a unique expression of the divine. We are not separate from the source of all creation; we are an integral part of it. When we embrace this truth, we awaken to our own inherent worthiness and potential.

By cultivating love, empathy, forgiveness, and a willingness to release the past, we can tap into this miraculous nature. We can become channels of divine love and grace, sharing our gifts with the world and inspiring others to do the same.

Embracing the Miracle of Everyday Life

Perhaps the most profound miracle is the one that unfolds in our everyday lives. It is the miracle of human connection, of kindness and generosity, of forgiveness and reconciliation. It is the miracle of finding meaning and purpose in the midst of suffering, of overcoming adversity with resilience and hope.

Each of us has the capacity to be a saint, to live a life that reflects the divine spark within us. We can choose to embrace love over fear, compassion over judgment, and forgiveness over resentment. We can strive to be a source of light and hope in a world that often seems shrouded in darkness.

Quotes On Miracles From The Masters

Paramahansa Yogananda: “Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary to what we know about nature.”

Ramana Maharshi: “The greatest miracle is the absence of the ego sense.”

Mother Meera: “The miracle is not that I can see God, but that God can see me.”

Swami Vivekananda: “All power is within you; you can do anything and everything. Believe in that, do not believe that you are weak.”

Neem Karoli Baba: “Love everyone, feed everyone, serve everyone. Love is the only miracle there is.”

Bhagavan Nityananda: “The greatest miracle is to be happy in every situation.”

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa: “God is in all men, but all men are not in God; that is why they suffer.”

Anandamayi Ma: “Miracles happen when you surrender to the Divine Will.”

Swami Sivananda: “The only miracle is that we do not realize our own divinity.”

Wrapping Up

In the tapestry of existence, Carlo Acutis emerges as a luminous thread, weaving together the sacred and the secular, the miraculous and the mundane. His story, a testament to faith, devotion, and the boundless potential of the human spirit, serves as a clarion call to awaken our own miracle nature.

While Carlo’s path to sainthood may seem extraordinary, it is a reflection of the divinity that resides within each of us. We are not mere mortals on a random rock hurtling through space; we are embodiments of divine love, the very hands, eyes, and ears of God, experiencing Herself throughout spacetime.

The miracles attributed to Carlo, though remarkable, are not isolated incidents. They are a glimpse into the infinite possibilities that unfold when we align ourselves with the divine current that flows through all creation. This current, accessible to everyone, is fueled by love, compassion, forgiveness, and the unwavering belief in our inherent goodness.

We can awaken our miracle nature through dedicated spiritual practice, or sadhana. By turning our attention inward, through meditation, prayer, or contemplation, we can tap into the wellspring of love and wisdom that resides within. As we deepen our connection to this inner source, we begin to see the world through new eyes, recognizing the divine spark in every living being.

Our path to enlightenment is not a solitary one. We are supported by a vast network of spiritual teachers, guides, and traditions that offer us tools and practices to navigate the complexities of life. Whether we find solace in the ancient wisdom of Ho’oponopono, the transformative power of The Sedona Method, or the liberating embrace of the Connect & Let Go Process, we are reminded that we are never alone on this journey.

Let us be inspired by Carlo Acutis’s unwavering faith, his boundless compassion, and his commitment to living a life of purpose and service. Let us embrace the miracles that unfold in our everyday lives, the simple acts of kindness, the moments of profound connection, and the unwavering resilience of the human spirit.

As we embark on this sacred journey of self-discovery, let us remember that we are not striving for perfection, but for wholeness. We are not seeking to escape the world, but to transform it from within. And as we awaken to our own miracle nature, we become beacons of light, radiating love and compassion to all we encounter.

In the words of Carlo himself, “To be always united with Jesus, this is my life plan.” May we too find our life plan in the embrace of the divine, recognizing that we are all, in our own unique way, living miracles.

A better quote is from Amma (Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi): “The real miracle is the love that flows from the heart. When you have love in your heart, then miracles will happen.”

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