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How To Manifest Anything You Want Through Prayer

The act of prayer has been discovered in written sources from as early as 3,000 A.D. Today many major religions incorporate prayer in various ways. A few religions even ritualize the act, requiring a strict sequence of actions or restricting who is permitted to do the praying. Others teach that prayer can be practiced spontaneously by anyone at any time.

So what is prayer? Prayer is a beautiful gift that humanity is given to bring into our lives that which we want.

Prayer is feeling. Feeling is prayer.

When we realize the powerful magic of it and how it works, our lives begin to change, and that’s what we’ll learn about today!

In his book Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer, author and teacher Gregg Braden wrote that prayer is “the language that connects us with God and is an overall experience that we all share. It is the experience, the expression of our feelings and emotions.”

Prayer is a connection with something larger than ourselves.

Prayer is a way of communing with the divine, nature, and the universe. People have used prayer for millennia to communicate their desires and needs to a higher power. Whether you believe in a higher being or not, prayer can be a potent tool to tap into your inner wisdom and intuition. It can provide comfort, peace, and hope, especially during challenging times.

You don't have to be in a specific place or use a particular position to pray.

Prayer is intrinsically unique to everyone who experiences it. Various body postures have been assumed in the past, often associated with specific meanings. Poses such as standing, sitting, kneeling, laying prostrate on the floor, or eyes opened, eyes closed; hands folded, hands raised, holding hands with others, and “laying on of hands” have all been known to be incorporated by various religions.

Prayer is a series of desires silently springing up in the heart.

Prayer is also a form of meditation. It’s a way of quieting the mind and focusing on our intentions. While prayer is often associated with religion, it can be a secular practice that can benefit everyone, regardless of their spiritual beliefs. Prayer can be done anywhere, anytime. It’s a personal practice that’s tailored to your needs and preferences.

It’s about surrendering our fears, doubts, and limitations and trusting that everything is happening for our highest good. Prayer is a constant reminder that we are not alone on this journey and that we are infinitely loved and supported.

Prayer is a conversation and a relationship. Prayer involves listening and being open to receiving guidance and wisdom.

Prayer is a tool that can help us connect with something larger than ourselves to bring positive changes into our lives. Whether you pray for yourself or others, it’s a practice that can cultivate compassion, gratitude, and inner peace. It’s an opportunity to align our thoughts, feelings, and actions with our intentions and connect with our inner wisdom and intuition.

Prayer is a powerful and diverse practice that can benefit our lives. Whether we practice it for spiritual or personal reasons, it can be a source of strength, comfort, and hope. Prayer is a way to connect with the divine and with one another, expressing our feelings, desires, and gratitude and making sense of our place in the world.

So, find the type of prayer that works best for you, and experiment with different approaches. Whether walking in nature, sitting in stillness, or speaking your heartfelt intentions to a higher power, prayer will bring peace and harmony to your life.


About the Author:  Debrah Goetz is a globally recognized medical intuitive, quantum healer, educator and author.

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