Praying 1 – The Art of Communing

All thought is a form of prayer. It is our inward conversation with our Higher Self, with Spirit, connecting to the Divine Plan of the Universe. A time of peaceful reflection and connection that poses our heartfelt desires and questions. In the quietness of stilled heart space, we are supported in all ways. We offer love, faith, and receive blessings in bountiful ways we could never imagine, gifts for the highest good of all.

Praying 2 – Giving Thanks

The Turkey as a spirit animal is closely associated with honoring nature and the Earth and a symbol of abundance. It encourages us to honor our sources of nourishment, whether they are physical, emotional or spiritual. The Turkey totem is a powerful guide to unlocking the fullness of life and feeling content with what we have and the happiness therein.

In this time of thanksgiving, may we be grateful for all that is present in our lives. May we share with all and be generous in spirit. May we bless the earth, and all that it brings to us.

Every thought is a prayer.

Praying 3 – Prayer as Affirmation

Prayer is communication. Sometimes we ask, sometimes we listen and sometimes we give.
In affirmation we pray giving thanks that our needs and desires are already met. It is faith in knowing.

When we commune with God we share ourselves from our hearts, and offer thoughts that convey our gratitude and support. We focus on God, not ourselves, and know that in His Divine wisdom and timing all is abundantly coming forward.
Give thanks for all there is and know all that will be, is.

“One is nearer to God’s heart in the garden, than anywhere else on earth”

[Dorothy Frances Gurney]