To pray is to pay attention to something or someone other than oneself. Whenever a man so concentrates his attention -- on a landscape, a poem, a geometrical problem, an idol, or the True God -- that he completely forgets his own ego and desires, he is praying. - W. H. Auden -
We are now at the threshold of all good, wisdom and Truth. All the good we can embody is now ours. We have only to open the portals of our souls and accept that which is ready to express through us.
Expect, fully and emphatically, the answer to our prayers today. Right now we possess this thing we so greatly desire. We gently put aside and remove our fear of lack and negation, for it is the only barrier which stands in the way of our experience of good.
In this moment our good comes, enough to spare, to give and to share. It can never be exhausted, our good can never be depleted, because that Source from which our good comes is inexhaustible.Today, in this moment, the Law responds to our thought. Our word is one of affirmation, rising from the knowledge that the Good, the Enduring and the True are Externalities in our experience. We cannot be apart from that which is our good. Our good is assured by God, the Indwelling Essence of all life.
Begin your day with the words that you want to see manifested.
Create in me a clean heart, O God, and put a new and right spirit within me.— Psalm 51:10
You must know that everywhere you go you meet friendship, love, human interest, and helpfulness.
—The Science of Mind, page 622
Healing Affirmation from Science of Mind p234 - p236
Focus your thoughts on what you want and act as if it is already done.
You deserve the very best. Be open to the possibility that life can be even better than you can imagined.
You are one with God.
You are one with the all-good of the Universe. You are not separate from prosperity.
You are one with the infinite abundance of God.
The good of God flows through you now.
You are here to fulfill a powerful destiny.
The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world's problems. --Mahatma Gandhi