Monday, October 20, 2014

Affirmative Prayer for One Experiencing Dementia and Their Care Giver

Affirmative Prayer for One Experiencing Dementia and Their Care Giver
There is One, only One.  The Source from where all things come forth into manifestation, both visible and invisible, both tangible and intangible.  This One, the Living Spirit Almighty, Maker of All that is made and without which nothing that is would be.  This One creates only Perfection.  And this Perfection was and is and will be always Perfect.  This Supreme Being is the Giver of Immortal Existence.  

Within this One, I have Life Eternal.  I live and move and have my being in the Mind and Body of this One.  Through me flows the Love and Law, freely with ease and order. Through me flows Clarity of thoughts and emotions.  There are no obstacles, no obstructions blocking the flow of Truth. I am one with Divine Mind.  What is true for me is true for all beings, all essences.   And so naturally, my Mother is one with the Divine Mind.

As I enter into my greater expansion of Perfect Peace, I claim and accept that the experience of confusion and chaos during dementia is a temporary and false condition. The Divine Consciousness is more than the physical organ called brain.  Immediately upon transitioning into the next Life phase, the consciousness is clear and vibrant.  All doubt and confusion transition into the nothingness that it is and always was and forever will be.  Now clear and vibrant thinking and feeling are Revealed.  The Truth of God, the Living Spirit Almighty is all there is.  Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility reign.  The individual soul continues on its journey, forever and ever expanding.  I receive the Divine Gift of Clarity and Peace for my Mother now.

What a blessing for this knowing of my Creator’s Desires.  Reverently, I give many thanks.

I release these words into the atmosphere that knows only Good and always says Yes.  It is done.  It is complete.  It is perfect.

And so It is.

By Kristy S. Powell

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing this beautiful prayer. I am in a similar space, learning to accept my mom's Alzheimer's. (You may get 2 comments from me since I am just learning to use this site.)