Prayer is an invocation or act that attempts to spark a rapport with a deity, an object of worship, or a spiritual entity through willful communication. Prayer may be a sort of religious practice, might be either individual or done in groups and happen in public or in private.
Prayer might involve the utilization of words or song. If language is utilized, prayer might take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creed, or a spontaneous vocalization in the praying individual.
Some people use “affirmative prayer.” Instead of imploring or beseeching The Higher Power, this method involves connecting with the spirit of The Higher Power inside and asserting positive beliefs about the wanted outcome. Affirmative prayer is the same technique of prayer Jesus taught when he stated, “So I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” (Mark 11:24).
If, for instance, one were to pray traditionally, one could say: “Please, assist me in finding a job.” By contrast, an affirmative prayer could be: “I’m now guided to my correct and perfect job.”
Affirmative prayer uses the certainty that we’re each being led to our greatest good; despite the way anything looks temporarily
Some say that affirmative prayer “sets into motion the forces that enable us to get what we pray for.
Some believe that all things work together for our greatest good. We pray to align ourselves with The Higher Power and to allow ourselves to be inwardly guided to that good. With affirmative prayer, we help co-create the good that’s possible in our life story.
By utilizing an affirmative prayer approach, we may visualize and plan for the future with faith that the power of The Higher Power is continually blessing our lives with inexhaustible possibilities. Affirmative prayer leads to an awakening of our spiritual selves. In faith, we pray giving thanks beforehand that the Universe is meeting our every need.