Livin’ On A Prayer

pray-1639946_1280Did you know that worry is a form of prayer? And that you can actually manifest what you are worrying about? YIKES. Worry is really just fear turned into the belief that something might happen. I’ve read this statement somewhere: FEAR is False Evidence Appearing Real.

Appearing real. Simply the perception that something isn’t what you want.

Why do we worry and live in a state of anxiety most of the time? Usually because we don’t feel like we have control. We want a certain outcome, but sometimes expect that we won’t get what we want.

It’s time to build our faith and trust. That can mean many things to many different people. For the sake of simplicity, I’m going to limit this to just something bigger than us. I’ll say the “Universe” as it is my belief. I’ve written quite a bit about Manifesting, which includes faith and trust. Building your faith and trust in manifestation takes time and practice. A good method of practice is praying.

Praying does not have to be a formal ritual or on your knees, head bowed. Nothing wrong with those things, but there are times we you need a boost and can’t get to that place. You could be driving down the freeway and a car comes swerving up beside you, and no matter your belief system, you burst out with “please don’t let that car hit me!” (Although most of us would swear the air blue. That, too, could be a form of prayer.)

Praying is simply words requesting help to achieve an outcome. You can think them. You can speak them out loud. You can scream them at the top of your lungs. You can cry or laugh along with the words. If it is heartfelt, then the Universe is going to hear you and set in motion whatever is for your highest and best good, even if it might not be what you expect. Prayer is also having the faith that everything will work out for the best. Pray often. There are no limits to the frequency or timeframe of your prayers.

Spend your days Livin’ On A Prayer. It worked for Tommy and Gina.A0A285B0-5C6C-4A1E-B047-0F7FA41EEA6B[1]

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