Gratitude, Part II
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound… look, up in the sky…it’s Gratitude!
Is there a soul out there who does not recognize the D.C. Comic character, Superman? I’ve taken liberty with the “man of steel’s” sobriquet. But why?
Bestselling author, Gregg Braden, has dug deep into the lore of the Ancients and re-discovered one important characteristic of prayer that has been lost in the mists of time, the power of Gratitude in bringing about the desired effect of prayer. Gregg posits that this “Lost Mode of Prayer” produces desired effects that are beyond chance. According to Gregg,
“We’re simply reminded that the “stuff” that underlies all of creation is a malleable essence that reflects what we feel! So what we choose to create, we must first feel as a reality. If we can feel it in our hearts—not just think it, but also really feel it—then it’s possible in our lives!”
So, the idea is when we ask Creator for help, that we energetically put ourselves on the other side of receiving that which we desire — and to “feel” gratitude in our hearts for having that which we wanted in the reality of that moment.
Please do click on the link above for a short but fuller explanation of Braden’s ideas.