A part of us remembers that delicious time before prayer was relegated to a religious function with a particular form and purpose. A time before prayer was defined as beseeching a distant God for security and protection.
An ancient spark of wisdom in us remembers that prayer isn’t a noun. It’s not a thing. And it’s not about begging. Prayer is a relationship. It’s a sacred opening to The Mystery. It’s the ceaseless flow of boundless grace.
Prayer is Love—Love incarnate—Love embodied.
Prayer holds up a cosmic mirror so we can see who we really are—the beloved of The Beloved. A hologram of The One.
If you are here, your heart remembers something. Choose any or all of these prayer offerings and you may find yourself once more dancing with joy in the River of Love. I invite you to browse the entire page or click on the links below to go to each section.
Many prayers come as individual love songs, but some come as whole practices. I invite you to embrace any of these and notice what they awaken in you.
I was deep soul writing on the Vernal Equinox, heard a tee-tiny sound, looked for the source, and noticed the first drops of rain on the pavers outside. When I turned back to my journal, this love song poured out of my hand.
The One of Hearts
Nine Containers of Love
This prayer practice arrived when I asked on the page how to stand firm in what I know is true against pressure to change or water down my message.
The 9 Containers of Love is a full body prayer practice that expands the heart until it’s big enough to hold the cosmic truth that the divine feminine force of all creation resides in us and we in Her.
When my son became a political prisoner, I was given an ancient lineage form of Ho‘oponopono, the Hawaiian Shamanic prayer of forgiveness.
I prayed it every day and my son was suddenly released. Kahu Lahela and I made this short video to introduce you to this powerful prayer of wholeness.
When Kahu Lahela and I created The Goddess Forgives Me Ho‘oponopono prayer intensive, we were guided to create this new prayer that weaves together three strands of mystical practice from Hawaiian, Tibetan, and Yogic traditions.
For a full experience of Ho‘omana, order The Goddess Forgives Me On Demand.