I began saying to myself very early this year, “Our uncontrolled thoughts must also be prayers, too. Because I sometimes get things I didn’t pray for, good and bad.” I didn’t realize the power of what I was saying to myself.
Through Neale Donald Walsch, Jane Roberts, Darryl Anka and Esther Hicks, I’ve been led to believe that I was right.
Prayer is an incredibly strong force. What we also can take into consideration is that when you pray, it is not the only time you are “praying”. You are asking, desiring and even healing yourself or others at any given moment. Your prayer for someone to get well is an energy force that carries great power. On the other hand, too, simply wishing for someone to get better with a little thought such as “I hope they get well” is also healing energy. We are not always taught this. You smallest thought is the birth of worlds.
If you’ve been asking for financial situations to get better, the prayer has already been answered instantaneously. But giving your attention to the money you don’t have, wondering when things are going to improve, wondering how it’s going to happen, slows down things happening for you.
You may even be saying to yourself or your friends & family, “I hate my job. They don’t pay me enough. I have all of these bills to pay. Things never go well for me.” Now if you are saying this more than you saying things about circumstances improving, it’s no secret why we sometimes get stuck in situations we don’t want to be in.
On another note, sometimes we may pray for things certain things to happen, and it happens. But to make it even better, things you didn’t even ask for pop up at the same time. Unexpected checks in the mail, more money tacked on to your paycheck, people you find attractive giving you more attention, people calling you to hang out, finding that book that you were looking for. Whatever it may be.
This also says that no thought ever disappears. Thoughts become materialized (something you can hold, see and experience) to the degree of attention given to them. So you may have had some thoughts about a lover, about some money, about just happy situations out there already. And since you were feeling good, being in alignment with the joyful non-physical part of your being, these things were like little children that said “Oh, there you are!” and they came right to you quickly. And it’s not that they even came. They were there already. It is all always, always here Now. Not in the future or in the past, but Now.
Mindfulness is a great way to see where our thoughts are going at any given moment. Or simply checking in to see how you feel in any given moment can give you an indicator of your state of being. Or what Bashar (Darryl Anka) and Abraham (Esther Hicks) would say, your vibrational state.
So you could be praying for one thing and yet, “praying” for many other things through the words you speak, the thoughts you think and what you are feeling. Sometimes these are very contradictory. So see what you are giving off and examine the contents of your thoughts. It doesn’t need to be hard, and definitely not serious. Play with this. Take it easy on yourself. For the love of God, for the love of YOU, take it easy on yourself. Because if things aren’t going your way, remind yourself that it serves an incredibly great purpose even though you may not see it. And when you get back “on track”, and you’ll know because you know how it feels to you, you can consciously re-direct your attention to what you’d like to see happen.
A great reminder to remember at any time is that God, The Source, your Angels, your High Self, All That Is never stops flowing to you. Ever. Simply becoming aware of this can cause a great shift.
As I always say, I give no absolute truths to anyone. This isn’t the end-all-be-all truth. It’s a truth, and not the truth. I present it here as something to consider if you think it may benefit you.
I extend my utmost unconditional love and blessings to you all.