Redacted by Doug Esse
Sometimes it is helpful to use our creativity to engage well-known spiritual ideas or prayers from a new perspective. In the Gospel of Matthew (6:9-13), Jesus tells those who were following him, “your Father knows what you need before you ask.” He then invites them to pray in a way that helps them open their minds and hearts to the nature of reality, itself. He is, in effect, guiding them to open their heart chakras so that they begin to live from within the bandwidth of love and understanding. This bandwidth is properly the nature of fourth density.
The “Lord’s Prayer,” or sometimes known as, “The Our Father,” is considered by many Christian theologians to be the “perfect prayer.” I can sure see why they say this. For those who have studied the Law of One material, see how the Lord’s Prayer is a succinct yet profoundly effective guide for harvesting to fourth density.
Also, how would you redact the Lord’s Prayer according to the Law of One? That might be a moving and effective spiritual exercise for you.
I tried to capture the spirit of the original version while expanding it to include the cosmology as presented in the Law of One material. Here is my version.
The Infinite Creator’s Prayer
Our Dear Loving One, whose presence transcends creation, incarnates as creation, and indwells inside creation,
we hold Your holy unity as supremely sacred.
May Your green-ray love saturate and seduce us.
May Your loving will be accomplished
here in third-density earth as it is throughout Your infinite creation.
Give us this day all that we need,
and forgive us our karmic imbalances,
as we forgive our other-selves’ karmic debts owed to us,
and help us remember to be loving even when we are hungry, angry, lonely, and tired.
Rescue us from the powers and schemes of those of the negative polarity.
For You are the strength, the glory, and the mystery of unity,
that eternally self-expresses in love–as love–forever and ever. Amen.
Our Father who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us,
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom and the power, and the glory,
forever and ever. Amen.