Prayer of Intention (Chapter 24 Purpose)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 24 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

Lord, I hear You calling me. I feel unworthy at times, and inadequate. But my desire is for Your holy work. Help me to clear the doubts and fears which block my path. Let me remember the heroes whom You have empowered. Let me walk as Your devoted one. You created me to do wonderful things. You have clearly spoken to me and placed Your great love within my heart. I will answer, I will follow, I will serve.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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A very sweet joke

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God is really, really funny. His humor is divine. I’m telling this story today, and I’m telling it clearly and plainly. There is no channelling, symbolism, hidden vibration, or activations. It is just my story of a moment, today, that needs to be told.

In my prayer today I was a little testy. As everyone does from time to time, I was seeking direction. But I specifically qualified it, and bossed God around by demanding that His words be clear, without metaphor, and in words that I can understand. I really said that–out loud! And here’s where it got funny.

Only seconds into my meditative state, I saw a picture, very clearly, of a dessert. Honestly! What the heck? Suddenly I realized that the sumptuous plate was a traditional Italian dish made of cookies, marcarpone, cream, and chocolate garnish. It is caled Tiramisu, which translates to “pull me up” or “lift me up”. The joke hit me in an instant and I burst out laughing (again out loud). The dessert, and its name, was a brilliant metaphor for His message: “I’m not coming down to your level, instead I will teach you through metaphor because it is My way, and My ways are higher than your ways. But I will lift you up, closer to me, so you will understand my teachings.”

For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord . Isaiah 55:8 KJVA

Why am I writing this, and why am I asking you you read it? I’m not exactly sure but what I do know is that each word I write, at this moment, feels like divine guidance. Each letter I type feels like the answer to my question–the question that brought me to my knees at the pre-dawn hour this morning.

Perhaps my words are really His words, and are exactly what someone needed to read today. Perhaps this entire event, which may seem trivial and unimportant to some, is a very important piece to a larger puzzle–that of purpose, works, and knowing God. Who knows? He knows, and that’s good enough for me. I stand humbled, awed, and grateful. Where do you stand?

With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 23 Meditation)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 23 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“God, I seek higher places, better places, places of love. Take me with You, to travel by Your side. Help me to see the unseen and understand the unknown. Show me Your wonders and teach me Your ways. Help me to unlock the secrets of my mind, which You have created. Help me to know my soul, and Yours. Lift the veils for me to go where You go.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 22 Wisdom)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 22 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“Teach me, Father. Lead me, guide me, tell me who You are. Tell me who I am. Help me to discern Your voice, as I learn good judgement. Make my ways clear, as I follow Your ways. Show me new things and take me with You to the joys of discovery. Open my mind so it will be like Yours. I want to know.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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White Mirror of the Galactic Maya

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The inspiration for this piece came to me while working on a new project. In writing for someone else, I learned something about myself. And I believe this lesson is meant for yet another. Thus, in gratitude, I pass the gift forward.

I am the Blue Cosmic Night.  From the deep darkness I dream a new dream of abundant healing.   Presence, and with my intuition, I transcend all. Today, for you, I bring forth the magic of the White Mirror.

The White Mirror hails from the cardinal direction of the North. Mirrors are the representation of all that is pure.  All humans are innately pristine, as they are pieces of the Divine. There are those who falsely warn of the filthiness of humanity.  The Mirror reflects only immaculate creation. 

The Mirror shows our dark underworld to us, but it is as if to say “Look!  Look upon yourself and all of your glory! Embrace all that is you, and nurture your darkness for it is part of the balance of all–yin and yang.  Do not fear parts of yourself, and do not reject any pieces of the most holy human that is you. For you are created by a divine love, thus you are divine love!” White Mirrors are embodiments of a sacrificial self in service to all that is.  The message is one of reflecting Truth.

Want to learn about your own oracle? Let me know!

With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 21 Grace)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 21 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“Thank You for Your gift of grace. Your grace heals me, leads me, and empowers me. It teaches me. Lord, please forgive me for those moments when I forget, or neglect, to impart Your grace to others, because fear causes me to cling to it. I know Your grace is endless and limitless. My gratitude is deep and sincere. I will be a vessel for Your grace to pass through me, to bless others as it has blessed me.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 20 Faith)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 20 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“I know You are with me, I feel Your presence each and every moment. I see Your miracles everywhere, surrounding me with the knowing that You love me and are here to guide me and teach me always. I understand that You are my source, my shelter, and my comfort. I cry out to You from the experiences of my lowest human despair and grief, and You comfort me. I call upon You in my exaltation and successes, and You celebrate with me. I give thanks to You for all my blessings. I dedicate myself to follow Your teachings, and never forget who I am. I know that I was created by You to become a divine disciple, as are all others beside me, of Your creative and powerful agape love. I remind myself that I have been commissioned by You to carry on the great work of peace.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 19 Focus)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 19 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“Holy Spirit, God, Jesus, angels and saints, surround me at all times. Never leave me. Stay with me as I walk The Way. Divine Creator, may I remain focused, with my intention fixed on You always, never looking to the right or to the left. Let the sounds of sadness or trouble pass by me. Remain by my side with me through dangers. Hold my hand when I walk with You. Guard me with your protection and light, while I carry out our divine purpose. Raise me up on wings of power to cross over grief and tragedy. Let me embody the warrior who deflects the fiery darts. I will continue through all obstacles, to carry out my commission, every moment, of every day, with focused intention, always.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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Prayer of Intention (Chapter 18 Words)

This original prayer of intention is found in Chapter 18 of Pray Without Ceasing, Essays and Godwinks, by Robin P. Currie.

“Loving God, I will sing Your praises, and Your words of creation. I will speak blessings. Help me to speak love. My mouth is the cup of my heart, and it will run over with truth. Help me to choose words to edify, and to build. Before I speak, help me to give pause as I await Your whispers. Show me where I can bring Your message of peace.
Amen.”

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With great love,

Robin

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Sounds from the One Source

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The inspiration for this essay came to me in a dream of my grandfather.  He was young again, and flashing a rare smile. He was a man of few words, so he took my hand to remind me how much he had loved me.  And, still without words, I heard him remind me to “play”.

I long to hear the universal chord.  The hum of the celestial bodies, each emitting a signatory vibrational sound, as identified some decades ago by Winfried Shumann.  I wish to hear the singular sound of Mother Earth, my home frequency.  Travelling through space, will I hear the tone of Mars, the note of Venus, and the pitches of the asteroids?  What was the song of Maldek before it became the Asteroid Belt? Imagine, all of these heavenly notes, struck as one chord, a secret chord, which was created by the thought form of the supreme OM.

When will we hear the voices of heavenly hosts, as did the shepherds on the one holiest of nights?  What sounds did David make, as he returned victorious and entered Jerusalem? His entourage played instruments, and David danced like a rock star, stripping off his shirt and coming into the city, bearing the sacred Ark of the Covenant.  His was an audience of One.

Further, it is believed that David, himself, wrote this passage in Psalm 10:  “Lord , thou hast heard the desire of the humble: thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt cause thine ear to hear:”  (Psalm 10:17 KJVA.)

There is so much sound around us.  It is mentioned hundreds of times in the Holy Bible.  But listen closer now. Have we skimmed over the verses that refer to holy sound?  Do we believe it is not meant for us, and our third dimensional physical ears to hear?  But wait! Is is not written, many times: “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” (Gospel of Mark.)

Consider sonic weapons, and the deployment of them today.  Here in our own country, it has been reported that sound warfare has been poised for use of crowd control in cities such as New York.  It has been identified at Standing Rock and is used in municipalities without our even knowing. American Police and National Guard are authorized to use these resources on fellow Americans.  We don’t actually hear it, or do we? These weapons cause illness, neurological problems, and long term disabilities. They are most certainly heard by us yet we are unable to discern the frequencies.  Conspiracy theory? That is for another post.

In Deuteronomy, long before the arrival of the heroes of the New Testament, we learn that our bodily organs are special gifts for us to find God.  “Yet the Lord hath not given you a heart to perceive, and eyes to see, and ears to hear, unto this day.” (Deuteronomy 29:4 KJVA.)  What if our organs (also a name for a complex musical instrument) tones as do the planets?  What would that sound like? Our human ears contain drums–could that have us hear the distant drumming of a shaman?  Are the frequencies of our body vibrating with sacred melody–a beautiful cacophony of sounds heard only through the clairaudience of prayer?  Do you hear what I hear?

As a child, I played classical piano.  My parents indulged me in private lessons for many years.  They bought me a supply of original music composed by the greatest masters:  Beethoven, Brahmns, Chopin, Bach, and Mozart were among my favorites. Using an amazing technical gift, I would turn one page after another, scan the manuscript, and play.  It would take years for my tiny hands to be able to span the octaves, but I could read and play. That was my purpose while intimately connected to my piano, a cherished gift from my grandfather.  The sounds, the vibrations, the combinations–all were messages to me. Hour after hour, I embarked on a wondrous world of mystery, a voyage into the enlightened mind of the composers, and engaged a methodology for downloading the codes of the heavens into my little form, sitting on a high stool (which I occasionally fell off of) at that enormous piano.  This, to me, was holy sound. I knew I had found the secret chord.

Let us speak now of crying out to God, and hearing His call.  In my post about becoming and return I wrote of a cycle such as this (see the short musings called (Reflections and revelations–one loss).  We call out, and He answers.  This is the style of Call and Response, as were the spirituals of the deep south (this is part of Chapter 18 Words, in my first book, Pray Without Ceasing). Now I ask: does He cry out to us, and we respond?  What does our call sound like, to God? How does He hear our cry?  If we do not receive answers to our prayers, is it because He has not heard us?  Is this possible? Or must we learn to hear His response? How can we hear through, or with, the ears of God?
 “Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.”  (Romans 8:26 KJVA.)  Finally, the mystery of scripture once again refers to that which is hidden from us–or is it?  Why don’t we know what we ought? Saint Paul spoke of the Spirit making sound and praying for us, since we do not do so correctly.  Respectfully, I ask why? Why don’t we know how to pray? What are these groanings? Can we think of this in a different way? Is it possible that the Spirit which makes intercession for us is our own spirit, that part of the holy trinity that is the homo noospericus:  the human as vehicle, as the merkaba? Perhaps the intercession is described for those who are asleep, as the New Testament often refers to. But for those who are awakened, they know how to pray, how to groan, and how to utter the things that God wants to hear. Therefore, for those who are awake, they hear the very utterances of God, Himself.

With great love,

Robin

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