Sharing the Resource of Love
We have been praying... haven't we? We continue to have so many opportunities to use our power of prayer to interweave light, healing, and love! Our families, friends, our Earth, and Her creatures are all in need... and let's not forget ourselves!
Recently our community engaged thousands of us in prayers for Lee Carroll and his heart surgery, which was a resounding success! Now, it's the Hawaiian Island fire devastation. These situations remind us of how precious life is. Aren't we grateful for our Family and this wonderful way of connecting through the field?
I believe that prayers from the heart are always heard and felt. I feel that quantity isn't the issue with prayers, but quality and focus are. Fancy is not required... but heartfelt is!
Your beliefs that heartfelt prayers are always heard and felt, and that the quality and focus of prayers are more important than quantity or fanciness, is a sentiment shared by many people of various spiritual and religious backgrounds. This perspective emphasizes the importance of our depth of connection and intention. Here are a few more points that align with your belief:
Heartfelt prayers usually come from a deep and personal connection with our spirituality or beliefs. When we pray from the heart, we are expressing our genuine feelings, desires, and concerns.
Authenticity is a key aspect of heartfelt prayers. Being true to your emotions and beliefs in prayer allows for a more profound and meaningful connection with the divine or the spiritual realm.
Focused and intentional prayer allows us to channel our thoughts, hopes, and intentions. It can also help us clarify the outcome we truly desire, and seek guidance or support in specific areas of their lives.
As I mentioned, fancy or elaborate words and rituals are not prerequisites for effective prayer. Many people find simplicity and directness in their prayers to be more meaningful and powerful. Do what is heartfelt for you.
Prayers from the heart often bring a sense of spiritual fulfillment, peace, and a feeling of being heard. This can provide emotional and psychological benefits to those who practice heartfelt prayer. We feel that we care actually doing something to influence the energy of a certain 'happening' and project a positive outcome.
I've put together some of my favorite ways to engage with Prayer Communities for multiply prayers. Check them out and see if you resonate with the support and focus there. May the source of wisdom and Light within you be your guide!
I'm sure there are others. If you have a favorite, I'd love to hear from you!
My love and prayerful light to you, Amber Mele'ha