Over the last ten years I have sometimes asked for your help.
Whether when a hurricane was about to hit, or wildfires were out of control, or a friend was dying, I would ask you to hold the intention for peace, love and a benevolent outcome.
Every time, your prayers clearly helped.
That’s why I’m writing to you today.
My city of Wimberley, Texas was devastated by the catastrophic flooding that hit us the other night.
The mainstream news will show you the graphic photos and tell you the sad stories.
They are all real.
But I want to remind you that your own intention, and prayer, are real, too, and powerful.
One thing you can do to help is pray for those in Wimberley.
But don’t pray out of sadness or fear;
pray out of faith and love.
Just take a breath, relax, and mentally send love, peace and healing to the area.
If you want, you can use The Secret Prayer that I was inspired to create.
You can hear the special prayer, and follow along as I lead you through it, at —
Just go there and scroll down to where the audio is listed.
When times get tough, many turn to the unseen for help.
Even atheists do it.
But desperation and begging are the wrong ways to go into praying.
They are low vibrations that cause the Law of Attraction to bring more to be desperate about.
Instead, focus on a higher vibration, like love, health, healing, peace, gratitude; and let the Law of Attraction bring more of those qualities.
Let’s send love to Texas.
Will you help?
PS – You can also help by going here: http://www.statesman.com/news/news/local/how-to-help-central-texas-flood-victims/nmNCY/
NOTE: Please share this message with others, as research proves that a group of people holding the same intention will trigger an acceleration of results. Together, we can help. Let’s do this. Thank you.
Prayers of love and faith from Kuala Lumpur to Wimberley.
Thank you, Alpha.
Dr. Joe, Our hearts and prayers are with you, your household and your town.
Thank you, Jimbo.
Thoughts and prayers to all in Texas and else where during this
Thoughts and prayers to all during this difficult time.