When we are fully present to our experience of the moment free from the mind’s evaluation of good or bad, without imposing our ego into the way we think things ought to be, it is easier to let go, to laugh at the false illusion of control. Then we find that in our prayer work what we are affirming for ourselves is an awakened state of consciousness that looks directly at reality, which includes all needs met. Praying for that which is merely material and therefore temporary---name, fame, credentials, status---becomes the stuff of spiritual childhood.
One presence! One life! One God! Here, now, always!
The power of this awareness dissolves all fear, doubt and worry!
God intoxicated thoughts forge a new groove in my consciousness!
Health, vigor and vitality are the order of my day! Everyday!
The high vibration of principle and practice is top priority in my life!
I say “Yes” in advance and meet my good everywhere I go!
In all things I am grateful! And so it is! Amen!