“In the offering of a prayer for someone, something, or some situation, you are giving energy to that which you want to see. You are participating in an outcome with your attention to it and your intention for it. So if you want to say a prayer for the people of Nepal or the people in Baltimore, say the prayer in the way that you want the situation to be, rather than praying for what it is that you see on the news.
Instead of praying for death and suffering, pray for life and renewal. And instead of praying for conflict, anger, and hate, pray for peace, love, and harmony. Be aware of what you are praying for. Be aware of what you are putting your focus on. And by all means, believe in the power of your prayer. Believe in your ability to access the outcome that you desire for all beings.
Your prayers are powerful. Your prayers are creative. And your prayers are felt, whether the recipients realize they are feeling your prayers or not. There is so much attention at this time on the situation in Baltimore and on the earthquake in Nepal. And when there is that much attention being given by such a large group of humans on your world, there is an opportunity for so much that is wanted and needed to occur.
There is an opportunity for all who are observing those situations to feel the relief and the resolution, and the rebirth. There is an opportunity for a coming together as a collective. And your prayer, your intention, adds fuel to the flame. You are making a gigantic shift in your collective consciousness, and we are witnessing as proud parents would.
We are The Founders. We are the keepers of the flame.”