We treat science as if it is the end all, be all.
If something can't be measured, tracked, or replicated in a study, "it's unreliable."
Mean-girl-like allegiance to science bullies us into making spirituality/faith the last kid picked for our dodgeball team.
Heaven forbid you are exposed as the fool who believes in miracles!
Science isn't infallible.
Anyone who has had the "best" possible embryos, transferred under the "best" possible conditions, on the "best" possible day, after having eaten the "best" possible diet, and living the "best" possible lifestyle, and NOT gotten pregnant, knows this all too well.
By the same token, everyone knows someone who had no reason to believe, but they did, and not surprisingly, defied the odds.
What if your belief in "something bigger" was the ace up your sleeve that could bridge the gap between science and "miracles?"
Set this intention: I will invite my spirituality to play ball.
You may find it's The Ringer you've been waiting for...
"Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men. " --Martin Luther King, Jr.
Change your mindset, change your results.