Creative Visualization Power

Creative Visualization Power

The scientific power of prayer is really a mind-heart-body connection. Prayer should not be just a mental exercise or the performance of a rote ritual. Saint Germain said in Saint Germain On Alchemy “The power of vision is central to our invocation.” He reminds us that in Genesis 30:25-43 Jacob used the power of visualization to increase the number of his cattle!

The fire of your heart and your love is what compels the angels to answer your calls. Love is what gives shape to our desires and what should guide our visualizations. So the more heartfelt our prayers are, the more charged they are with spiritual purpose.

Our visualizations are a magnet that attracts the creative energies of Spirit to fill the blueprint we hold in mind. If many people concentrate on a negative outcome to a situation, they will consciously or unconsciously make it a reality. As Teilhard de Chardin said, “The whole of life lies in the verb seeing.”

A good starting place for your visualizations is to focus on your I AM Presence, which you can see as a blazing sun of light overhead.

You can also concentrate on the divine spark in your heart and see it as a dazzling sphere of light as brilliant as the sun at noonday. As you decree, see thousands of sunbeams going forth from your heart to heal and comfort those in need.

In your daily prayers, decrees and meditations, try visualizing, as if on a movie screen, the desired outcome of your prayers. See taking place before your eyes the actions described in each word of the decree. Use your imagination to picture the resolution of the situations you are praying for.

If, for instance, you are decreeing to clean up pollution in the oceans, see in your mind's eye all marine life charged with the violet light and the oceans turning a beautiful violet hue.

If you are decreeing to quell tensions in the Middle East, see the various factions throwing down their weapons and embracing each other as brothers and sisters.

Be as specific as possible in your visualizations—and have fun with them. The more centered, concentrated and creative you are, the better your results will be.

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