I Must, I Must…Believe

Day 241

“No one particular religion has been able to secure the exclusive rights for the power of prayer. No matter who you are, we all have the ability to take advantage of this amazing and wonderful power. Once you realize this, you will then be filled with the desire to help others realize this as well. More and more people are resonating with this understanding, and this could result in a more wonderful future for mankind.”

– Masaru Emoto, Secret Life of Water

When all else fails, we pray.

No matter what religion or dogma you ascribe to, your faith is steeped in belief. Belief in the system itself, belief that you are part of a larger scheme, belief in the power of prayer; belief that your prayers will be answered.

It is this very belief that is at the root of all manifestation. Whether you pray to a particular God of your choice, the “woo-woo” network, the big bang, your lawn mower, your cat, or the Universe, if you don’t believe your prayer has the power to manifest, it will not. Period.

I recently learned the amusing anecdote of how Katy Perry manifested her plentiful bosom. At age 11, she prayed in earnest to God to “please let me have boobs so big that I can’t see my feet when I’m lying down.” Her prayers were definitely answered. Take a look:

Katy Perry’s belief that her prayers were answered is a great example of how the Law of Attraction works. When you truly believe that you have received your desire, it will manifest in it’s own time.


music noteBlog Beats: Teenage Dream by Katy Perry


Never underestimate the power of prayer, the power of thought, the power of believing – where there is belief, there is magic.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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