Marching into Spring
by Liza Kerr, RScP
There is one God. That God is omniscient and omnipresent, and exists outside of the context of time. That God is everything I need. I know that the innermost God and the outermost God are one and the same – there is no separation. All of the qualities of God are found in me. Just as this is true for me, it is true for each of you. There is no separation between you and God.
I am feeling the joy that is a natural part of Spring. I take a deep breath and recognize that another Winter is slipping by. We went snowshoeing this weekend and could hear the snow melting in the drip, drip, drip when we paused long enough to enjoy the silence. Birds chattering, a mountain lion print – everywhere signs of life and abundance. When I am in nature I feel the presence of God everywhere, I see evidence of God everywhere. I breathe in and fully recognize that there is no separation between me and God, and I open my eyes and feast on God everywhere around me. I feel such a powerful connection to all that is, and I recognize and truly appreciate the interconnectivity with everything around me.
I speak my Word and my Word is Law, for eternal gratitude as I recognize the presence of God in everything and in all things. I open myself to allow that presence to guide and protect me, to fill me with a source of everlasting love, peace, harmony, beauty, abundance, prosperity and appreciation. I am so glad to be able to fee this presence of God and for the many gifts that I receive by spending time in Nature. I declare this for each of you as well, knowing that we are one and the same.
I am so grateful for this opportunity to express the joy and appreciation that I feel through my awareness of my connection to God as the one source. I am so thankful that I am strong enough to hike out into Nature and unplug from all the business and just listen to the voice of God.
I release this prayer to the Law of Mind, knowing it cannot come back to me void.
And so it is!