Morning Reflection

At Any Length, through our experience we have found morning prayer and meditation effective. We believe especially early on in recovery and in sober living houses it is important to lay down a solid foundation. So why not begin each day with seeking God? At Any Length we begin each day with prayer and meditation.
My friend passed this daily affirmation on to me and I am here to pass it on to you. Enjoy!

This is my daily affirmation I use each morning – pass it on if you care to:

Upon awakening I turn to You Father, I am filled with love and gratitude – I am devoted, dedicated, committed to do Your Will Father – consciously known or unknown – I am receiving whatever it takes to rewrite and rewire my personal  “reality” with the Spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, social equivalents of Your Will, Father for me on my serendipity journey Home to You – I listen to Your Holy Voice directing me in a way I can currently hear understand and follow – I see Your Presence with my eyes of  faith  – Father I am as you created me Your child and a loving silbing to all – It is You, Father within me doing the works that we call life – Father I do love You, and my Hero Jesus, all my Spiritual teachers – I am taught by your inspired words and my daily events – I want and I need You and Yours – Because I am loved, healed, taught, forgiven, empowered, enlightened, enriched, communicated to, co-created with and awakened I say to all openly or silently come let me love you, heal you, teach you, forgive you, empower you, enlighten you, enrich you, communicate with you, co-create with you and awaken with you and I  will – I have – I am – this is the day You have made, Father let us rejoice in it and share the love we all are.

The quieter we become the more we hear. When we enter into the silence we enter the “secret place of the Most High,” the closet of prayer within. We close the door and in the stillness of that meeting place we pray to God, we commune with God, and we meditate on Truth and listen to what God has to say to us in this sea ot Selah Consciousness… Tranquil, secure, at rest, silence, pause, quiet. Selah is that state of mind in which we relax from affirming Truth and wait on God in the stillness. Then the Holy Spirit may reveal more of its inspirations to us and may establish us more firmly in divine harmony and good.