When I was a child I totally believed in angels. I believed that they were everywhere and they were doing the work of making the world function: the sun come up and the moon shine bright. Did you feel that way as a child or even now? I hope you said “yes”.
As I was growing up and going through life I figured out “science” and “physics” and I forgot about angels. Did you? I hope you said “no”.
I’ve come full circle now: back to believing in the “fairies of the universe” as my friend and teacher, Abraham calls them.
It is not a new concept. Many have referred to it in the past. If you have read Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich”, then you would know that his mastermind group consists of inner-beings rather than people.
This concept as described by Abraham helps me to understand why people are healed when they go to visit the temples of Saints, and Sufis. First of all, those who go to such temples, do so with a heightened faith in the power of the Saint or Sufi whose physical remains rest there. Of course, the inner being of this person inhabits the temple, because it is being called upon by all those who visit the temple every day. So the afflicted person goes there with faith in the power of the Saint or Sufi, and then while there puts all there focus into “praying” to them for a healing. No wonder so many walk away with a healing or a major improvement in their condition. I guess only those who did not have the power of faith would experience anything less than a miracle.
Don’t you think that the same concept applies to any place of worship? People go there in faith, and call for help – I think that all of them have hope in their hearts, and guess what “hope” is at the top of the emotional scale. When you are in a feeling of hope you are on the edge of the vortex and if you stay there for long enough (68 seconds), the vortex will pull you in.
The important thing is that if you do attend a congregation of any religion, you are joining those who are mostly vibrating hope, and being in their midst is sure to raise your vibration and take you at least a step up on the emotional scale.
The other thing to note is that all prayers are thoughts that once thought into being are forever there. So can you imagine the thought forms floating in a place of worship that congregates mostly hopeful and happy people and the thought forms in a place of worship that congregates mostly angry, or unhappy people? It would take a really powerful minister to exert the power of influence to lift the “spirits” (vibrations) of their congregation, therefore bringing them more into alignment and therefore leading them to a place where their “prayers” would be “answered” or “manifested”. That’s why places have vibes. I remember when I was picking a day care for my son, that I was most interested in the “vibes” I felt in the place. I wanted my son to be in a “happy” place.
This stuff really does fit together doesn’t it? Life really is really, really good.