The Spirit awakens the sleeping mind through contrast experiences, beckoning the sleepy one to leave the past of limiting beliefs behind and trust that there is a better way. All the world’s asleep, but the mind awake is constantly amazing in its vastness and grandeur. Nobody knows anything—thus the need for a miracle, a leap in faith beyond past learning and fear into the glorious light. The light seems to blow the little self away. No matter what the apparent circumstances, one is always safely held in God’s love. All of Joe’s apparent sickness came from yielding to the suggestion of vulnerability and being at the mercy of the body and world. Such erroneous thought is like a “brain cloud,” obscuring natural spontaneity and aliveness. In trusting our intuition and following our heart, one sees the reflection of the light of God and its magnitude.