Tapping into Power of Prayer
Angels | Prayer
When was the last time you stopped and prayed and then waited to hear the answer? When did you pause and reach out to something bigger than yourself? Prayer was a ritual that used to be passed down generation to generation. It was sacred. It provided hope, answers, even salvation. The simple act of prayer.
Now in our technology filled world, we have forgotten the worth in that connection. We have forgotten the inspiration prayer can provide. We have forgotten what it means to be connected to something bigger— to reach out for assistance from something that exists both outside ourselves and inside ourselves, simultaneously. We have lost our access to divine instruction and aid.
This week pray: For hope, for help, for answers., for peace, for love. Or just sit down and tell Spirit about your day. Take a moment everyday this week to reach out and connect directly to Spirit. Fostering that connection can revitalize you, inspire you, and help you move forward.
Don’t know how to pray? No worries! Ideas to get your started:
- Start by just talking to the Divine, like a conversation
- Find a prayer or blessing that feels good to you.
- Make up a prayer based on where you are at right now( Spirit, Thank you for helping me…)
- Go out in nature for a quiet hike—Sometimes just appreciating nature and its beauty is a prayer in itself.
Remember it doesn’t have to be perfect! You just have to try.
Angelic Aid: Archangel Sandalphon
One of Archangel Sandalphon's key jobs is to help deliver and answer prayers. You can call on him before and during prayer to help you navigate the experience.
Simple Prayer to Start Your Day:
Thank you Angels and Spirit for walking beside me today. Thank you for providing me with a clear heart and mind, so that I may see the Truth in all things. Thank you for wrapping your energy around me, helping me to feel safe and loved. It feels so good to feel your presence and know that I am not alone. And so it is.
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