With Style and a Little Grace: Visualization, Prayers, and Meditation

Visualization, Prayers, and Meditation

I was talking with a girlfriend the other day about the power or prayers, visualization, and the sometimes difficult task of giving it all over to God at the end of the day. We have been so blessed in the beginnings of 2016 - I have started a new job and Henry will be starting a new job next week, plans are coming to fruition and we just feel so truly blessed.

Looking back God knew exactly what he was doing and you have to say to yourself wow - because his plan is truly greater than anything you could have thought of yourself. I am a worrier by nature, constantly worrying about my family and my loved ones on a daily basis. About three years ago I really reconnected with the Lord and found how much the power of prayer helped me with my worrying. It truly lightened my burden to just give it all over to God. As my mama always says worrying is an insult to God. 

 This is where I really value the use of visualization and prayer combined. I find that mornings or evenings are a great time of reflection to start/end your day. It is truly amazing the things that have actually happened when I visualize it happening, put steps into action to get there, and pray for God to lead me down the right path. 

If you let go and let God you will be amazed at the difference it will make in your life! 


  1. God always knows what he's doing! If only we could learn to continually trust & not question it. So glad 2016 is off to a good start for you!

    1. Agreed Kelsey! It is definitely something I am constantly working on! Thank you so much! XO, Gracie

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