Spiritual aspects of giving a rosary or invocation

By Kim Michaels

There is not just one right way to give a rosary or invocation; there are many right ways to give a rosary. People are different, and different people will prefer different ways. Obviously, some ways of giving a rosary are less efficient than others.

The purpose of giving rosaries
When giving a rosary, it is essential to keep in mind that you are not saying a prayer. The purpose of the rosary is not to make a request to which some being in heaven might or might not respond. Giving a rosary is a spiritually scientific process, meaning that when you give a rosary the right way, you WILL produce a result. The main goal of giving a rosary is to invoke spiritual light – high-frequency light – from a higher realm. It is this light that will make a difference in your personal situation and on the world stage. For more on this, see the section Why give rosaries?

Invoking spiritual light is a perfectly natural process, and you were designed to do this from the beginning. You have everything that it takes to invoke light, but many people have not been brought up with an awareness of this ability. Consequently, it might take some practice to become aware of your ability to invoke light so that you can learn to make the best possible use of it.

Giving a rosary is not a mechanical process
It is essential to understand that invoking light is not a mechanical process. It cannot be done by simply reading a rosary as if you were reading aloud from the daily newspaper. Invoking light is not an intellectual process, in fact it does not involve the mind, or the head. Invoking light is an intuitive process, and your intuitive faculties are centered in the heart.

Most spiritual people are already aware of their intuitive faculties and can often feel it as a burning sensation or a stirring around the physical heart or in the center of the chest. When you give a rosary, you want to tune in to your heart, and you want to feel the burning in the heart.

We might say that in order to invoke spiritual light from a higher realm, you first have to establish a connection to that realm. And the way to establish this connection is through the heart, by getting your heart to be engaged. Some people have already learned to do this, and if that applies to you, simply do whatever you normally do in order to activate your heart flame. Then give a rosary.

If you are not used to activating your inner attunement, spend a few moments before starting a rosary and seek to tune in to the spiritual flame that burns in your heart (in the energy center located at the center of your chest). You might just sit quietly and meditate on a positive, uplifting image. You might listen to uplifting music or use a visualization technique. For one such technique, see this page.

When you are attuned to your heart flame, start reading the rosary and feel how the energy flows from your heart and is expressed through your voice – the energy center over your throat – and the words you are reading. The words you read become cups that transport the light, and your attention directs it into the specific situations mentioned in the rosary.

Visualizing while giving a rosary
What’s the point in invoking light unless it is directed into specific situations? Some people think in words and some think in images. As long as your heart flame in engaged, giving a rosary will invoke light and the light will be directed by the words in the rosary. Yet if you are a visual person, you can enhance the process by visualizing while giving a rosary.

You might use specific visualization techniques, or you might hold a particular image while giving the rosary. For example, if you are giving a rosary for the resolution of a particular world situation, visualize the positive outcome of the situation. Or visualize a country or the entire planet enveloped in white or violet light. Likewise, visualize a person as healed or enveloped in light. It is okay that you pay more attention to the visualization than the words, as long as your heart remains engaged and you don’t get lost in the visualization.

If you are not a visual person, don’t be concerned. Simply pay attention to the words and don’t try to visualize if it takes away from your inner attunement. If you are a more auditory person, focusing on the words will produce the best effect for you.

Is it okay to command God?
You might have grown up thinking that giving a rosary or saying a prayer is a passive process, where you are making a request. Yet there is even biblical support for making a command. Consider the following quotes:

Thus saith the LORD, the Holy One of Israel, and his Maker, Ask me of things to come concerning my sons, and concerning the work of my hands command ye me (Isaiah 45:11).

Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee: and the light shall shine upon thy ways (Job 22:28).

As Mother Mary explains throughout this website, we are designed to be co-creators with God, and thus we have a right – and a sacred duty – to invoke light. We do not do this to pursue egotistical desires, but we do it to manifest God’s overall plan – which you might see as a Golden Age or peace and abundance – on Earth. This is truly what God wants to see happen on Earth, as Jesus said:

Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom (Luke 12;32).

However, because God has given us free will, it cannot happen unless some people call it into manifestation. We are the ones who must take dominion, as God commanded us to do:

And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth (Genesis 1:26).

And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth (Genesis 1:28).

How do we take dominion? as Jesus explains in his essential parable about the servants who multiplied their talents. As he said:

His lord said unto him, Well done, [thou] good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord (Matthew 25:21).

For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath (Matthew 25:29).

As Mother Mary explains throughout this website, the Ascended Host have the power to bring God’s kingdom to Earth, but they do not have the authority to do so. We have the authority but we do not have the power. So the solution is that we use our authority to call forth the light, whereby we give the Ascended Host the authority to act on earth. Mother Mary’s rosaries are designed to do exactly that, namely to bring light into the material world, the light that is the only key to manifesting God’s kingdom on Earth.


Copyright © 2012 by Kim Michaels