When praying, it should be in a fashion where you acknowledge within yourself (in you), within your realm of reality, that a new day brings an opportunity for you to express creation. For instance, you may say:
“I am grateful for having allowed myself to express creation in the best possible way and to foresee a better understanding of creation, humanity, and all that is and exists with the intent to bring peace and, within my inherited faith, a reason to succeed into finding the way to return to oneness.
Meanwhile, I will give all my talents, knowledge, understanding, and strength to help others, who are part of me, in learning, embracing, acknowledging, and seeing through the veil of this reality what true cognition is about regarding our return to oneness, which is the ultimate goal for all of us on Earth.
Therefore, I will bring peace to both myself and others, so they can merge with me in one common understanding of creation and stop the delusion of the individuality that brings the self.
That shall be my life purpose, as I extend forgiveness to myself and others for any wrongdoing, error, or mishap that may have occurred along our path.”
That should serve as the foundation for prayer, but first thing first; upon waking up, thank your present for allowing yourself to learn from your soul’s experiences while the body rests.
Secondly, thank yourself for the opportunity to express what you are about to learn on a new day.
Thirdly, seek wisdom to help others achieve such understanding.
Before sleeping, reflect on the events of the day and meditate, applying the following words:
“I thank myself for allowing my further spiritual advance. As my body rests, I open myself to my soul for further spiritual growth.”
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— “Inherited faith” implies faith by indoctrination or self-acquired faith. It also implies that no faith is better than the other for as long as you are in harmony with the self within you.
—The “self” is the correct term used under this Transcript to identify oneself at all levels of expression in the relationship with oneself as the self, commonly known as the soul, whereas the soul is a word many of us are familiar with as our higher self, not to be termed as separate but one of the same. Furthermore, The self and soul are interchangeable words as long as the self understands that the soul is a word used to help identify oneself with that part of one’s self.
—Your ‘present’ is your ‘self’ in your existing state of being directed by free will or decree in present times.