Thursday, July 21, 2011

I Invite You To Pray Orally

“...if thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.” – Mark 9:23

Speak to “yourself” the way you would normally speak about your concerns, your discomforts and any other thing that is on your mind.

You can do this at length.

You need to go deeper and penetrate through your daily state of being “just O.K” to one of a higher emotional vibration.

You can take as long as you want. Making sure you outline in detail all the challenges you are currently facing.

You need to lay it all out on the table.

Now that you have “emptied” your mind and heart of all things undesirable, do a 180 and now be thankful of what you would rather experience.

This is your opportunity to be solution oriented.

You need to be exact, no matter how unrealistic is might sound at the time.

You must remember, “all things are possible to she who believes.”

Your part is in the asking, which in this case is your level of gratitude.

Life, God, Universe will give the thing you want to you.

You would just need to allow it into your physical experience through acting as if you already received!!

Your constant state of gratitude & firm faith that God (Life, Universe, Ancestors) is working Her power of influence and creation to make your desire find its way to you, is the kind of faith that moves mountains.

Regularly visit this wonderful state of being and congratulate yourself for deliberately venturing in to this mental state of thanksgiving.

A state of already achieving.

Success is not a hit and run affair, success is a lifestyle, so invite yourself to allow your mind to be conditioned into this success habit often until it becomes a part of you.

“We need only in cold blood act as if the thing in question is real and it will become infallibly real by growing into such a connection with our life, that it will become real. It will become to knit with habit and emotion that our interest in it will be those which characterize belief.”- William James

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