Mira(cle)Doodles Since 2014

Mira(cle)doodles Offer Explanations to Life’s Mysteries

Mira(cle)doodles will remind you to laugh at your blunders and look at yourself with loving eyes.

What you’ll find here are bite size spiritual snacks with depth. Divine love bombs!

I began doodling to illustrate my own inner journey…
But since I begun to hit that scary “publish” button, they’ve become so much more.

They’ve become visual reminders that life is a miracle unfolding.
Not just for myself, but for others as well. Crumbs on the path to finding ourselves.

Mira(cle)Doodles are

This is your place to be,

if you want to remember…

You’ve got the power to choose love;
You’re enough;
All is well, there is nothing to fix and nowhere to go; and
To trust the flow of life.

The insights that flow from my pen, remind me of the loving connection to
my inner child.

My deepest wish is that You
experience this too.

Welcome to an adventure of finding your joy!

The Story of Mira and Me

It all started with A Course in Miracles…

I studied the workbook by journaling it and on the pages of my journal appeared a little bald stickwoman to help me comprehend the lessons.
I found it easier to understand the dualistic world with the help of these figures and was hooked to find out what she’ll show me next…

A Fun Fact: Why There's a "(cle)" in Mira(cle)Doodles?

I love to play with words!

Mira was born when I studied A Course in Miracles Workbook through and I thought I’d call her Mira.

Playing around with words I realized a miracle is called “ihme” in Finnish and human is called “ihminen”, so it’s almost like it says we are miracles – So similar are the words.

Sooo, Mira was a name that likewise is similar to the word “miracle” and by naming the character Mira I wanted to point out that We Are Miracles ourselves!

Mira(cle)Doodles Characters

Elina says more in a doodle than most can say in paragraphs. They are heartfelt, fun, and powerful.

Carol Miller

Positive Focus

Beautiful light hearted deeply personal approach to synthesizing teachings and your personal development process. Delightful characters. Helps others to see themselves in your journey. Making complex ideas accessible and light.

I think the sweet, simple, colorful images put me at ease, so that I forget to put up defenses against the ideas that might otherwise threaten my ego. Then I naturally feel what is meant to be felt when looking at your doodle, which is no threat at all, but often actually an invitation to let go of fear and to have faith in the goodness of the universe and of ourselves.

Elina’s doodles are amazing! She illustrates lessons from A Course in Miracles with such ease and beauty that it makes living a joyful life even easier.

Seán Patrick

That Guy Who Loves the Universe

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