Prayer touches the very well-springs of our being and through faith projects the invisible into the visible “. . . things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.” This means that what we see comes out of what we don’t see.
We should contemplate the presence of this Divine Kingdom to which Jesus referred when he said, “The Kingdom of God is at hand.” And when he said, “Seek ye first the kingdom” because all other things are included within it.
The prayer for wholeness is a contemplation of Wholeness. The prayer for beauty enters into the Essence of Beauty from which flows the beautiful. The soul is wed to the Source of its being. At the center of our thought God goes forth into creation. This creative act is eternal, tireless and without effort.
As we contemplate the Essence of Being, our oneness with all life, that which we dwell upon springs into our experience, projected from an invisible Source which is self-energizing and self-sustaining. To contemplate the nature of Reality is to embody the Essence of Spirit with all Its power, all Its beauty and all Its harmony. The highest prayer and the most powerful, is this type of communion through contemplation.