Some people learn from a young age that prayer means asking God for something when you need help. Some people feel they are only allowed to ask God to help others and that it’s selfish to ask God to help them personally. If you fall into either of these categories, I offer you a new perspective.
Modern science tells us that everything is energy and has a frequency or vibration. Indigenous people often pray by feeling and imagining what they want has already happened. Then they let it go trusting God to do what God does best. When you’re happy, God is happy.
What all of this means is that the feeling is the prayer you speak to God. Feel happy and grateful now, and God will give you more about which to feel happy and grateful. If that’s a stretch for you right now, be grateful that you have eyes that can see and read; that you can walk; whatever it takes to feel the feeling right now that you will have when God answers your prayers.
“And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.” – Matthew 21:22
Belief is the key. Feel the feeling of having it now and keep the feeling of belief which keeps you on God’s wavelength.
I love when my life turns out better than my dreams! Don’t you?