Singing My Prayers Out Loud.

I think we underestimate the power of the human voice. Edgar Cayce, the well-know trance medium, has proclaimed that sound will be the future medicine. I sing my prayers on the way to work...make up my own hymns and sing at the top of my lungs. Some of the prayers have been answered, some not. I have a chronic disease, ulcerative colitis, and I'm convinced most all my health issues are highly influenced by stress and I can almost feel a calming in my insides as I sing my prayers. Turn off your radio. Don't listen to the bad news or the inane chat. Make your own music and manifest your own destiny. Don't underestimate the power of your voice. God does listen to you. "And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son." John 14:13 I suggest you read "The Twelve Powers Of Man" by Charles Fillmore, founder of Unity Church; it is readily available online for free. Don't forget to be grateful in your prayers. Sing and you will be heard.
MiracleNinja777 MiracleNinja777
1 Response Dec 4, 2012

I also sing my prayers everyday no matter wher i am. even if other people a around like in the store i still sing my prayers out loud. i do how ever sign the exact same prayer evertime, it is the Maha Mantra. It goes like this. Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare. Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare. you can do it to any tone in any way you want. what it means is this "God please let me do only your will, and not my own" In this way i keep focused on God and not myself, and because of this eveything that is needed is given for example I needed some workboots and while chanting i thought about the boots, the next day my boss said to me "hey you need some boots, come on lets go get ya a pair" just like that i had boots. keep the singing going my friend.