Pray Rain Magic
On a recent interview I was asked about a manifesting technique called pray rain journaling. I didn’t realize how many people didn’t already know about this, so I thought a post devoted to the topic would be helpful.
Basically, praying rain is a term shared by Gregg Braden about his Native American friend who conjured real life rain by imagining it.
That’s not the easiest thing to do when you’re five years into a deep drought.
But he did, and sure enough it rained. (Flooded, actually.)
The key to his success was that instead of asking for rain (in which case the vibration is “need rain” or “want rain”) – instead of doing that, he felt the rain now. While he was in the middle of a drought.
He smelled the rain in the air, he felt the rain collecting under his toes, he tasted raindrops on his tongue, he felt the shoulder high corn brushing against his shoulder (that grew from all the rain).
Instead of praying for rain, he prayed rain.
Can you feel the difference?
It’s a big vibrational distinction. One signal says “rain” and the other says “no rain.”
He knew how to ask from a place where it was already fulfilled. It’s a very powerful thing.
You can sense the alignment there, right? Feeling as if it’s already raining?
Okay, so that’s what it is to “pray rain.” Pray rain journaling is where you engage that power of imagination via writing.
I had ridiculous success with it first time I tried it, and have loved it ever since.
I just got this cool email related to the topic that I thought you’d appreciate as well:
“I was reading my mom’s magazine that she brought with her (Ladies Home Journal? Good Housekeeping? Had a picture of Wynnona Judd and her spaniel on the front). Anyway, there was an article written by the woman that wrote The Deep End of the Ocean.
Anyway, long story short, she apparently was a widow at age 40 with four children under the age of 12, and had been trying to date for a couple of years and was sick of all the men sort of hitting the road when they found out she had four kids.
So she decided to start a book, and made the male character exactly like the kind of man she would want to find.
All her friends and her publisher told her that the male character was completely unbelievable (loved kids and home, was very intelligent, loved books, helped around the house, kind of a hunk, etc.).
She put a lot of thought and feeling into that character. So, one day, she’s at home, waiting for a carpenter to show up, when he does, he turns out to be exactly like the character in the book.
Married him, a couple more kids, etc. etc.
She uses the word ‘conjured’ to explain how she found him. I thought, of course, well, what she wrote was a pray rain journal. Thought you might be interested in reading the article, and sharing it with others.”
That is a very cool pray rain success story! In fact, here’s one of my personal favorite experiences with this technique: Pray Rain in Action.