Sincere Wishes & Prayers

My second sight came in after a period of serious physical illness.  So, it was difficult for me to trust the luminescent overlay I was seeing on the phenomenal world.  What was real?  The physical world?  The spiritual world?


In many Eastern philosophical traditions, students on the path are taught to be aware of thought, word and action forms, because, “as one thinks, one becomes.”  Each form of thought, word, and deed, is progressively more dense than the last (and more difficult to redress, should redress prove necessary).  This concept of density may be visualized in the graphic language of cartoonists as the thought bubble, conversation balloon and–BAM–the action graphic.

Second sight or no, for the longest time I remained a doubting and inquisitive skeptic.

Then, one day, after a particularly thorough and rebalancing acupuncture appointment, when I found myself being driven home behind a car with a most derisive bumper sticker about the false nature of spirituality, I thought to myself, “How sad that that person may never experience Grace and the Oneness of All things.”

And, in a moment of sincere compassion, I uttered a simple prayer, “Please open that person’s crown, so they may have a genuine spiritual experience.”  Although I was not anticipating any results, I witnessed a non-luminescent, triangular solid come flying out of the top of the person’s head–only to have it land next to the side of the road.  Consider this.

Fill yourself and your mind’s time with kind and sincere wishes for others and their wellbeing.  If no leading is granted to you about what sincere wish to offer and  you do not know what to pray on another’s behalf, ask for whatever is in another’s highest Light.  Angels will attend thee.

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