The Morning Song offered by P’taah is one of the most beautiful “prayers” one can say. As P’taah, who is channelled by Jani King says himself, it “transforms the frequency of fear and lack into the frequency of abundance and well-being. Jani King will be in Europe – in Germany, England, Malta, and Spain in June and July.
So we have devised this beautiful Morning Song to remind you, each one of you, the most expanded truth of who you are. And we say to you that as well as dealing with the emotional issues which keep you separate from the actual knowing of joy, of love, of all wondrousness in your day-to-day life, by also focusing by saying the Morning Song each day –and it does not matter, of course, whether you say it in the morning or evening or all day, all day!
So, the more that you focus on this abundance of all wondrousness and allow the flow, then indeed so you immediately start to experience this flow in your life. And the more you pay attention in your day-to-days to that flow and say ‘Thank you’ as you are witnessing and taking part in this flow, so indeed the more and more and more you are in your own power of creativity.
It simply transforms the frequency from that place of fear of lack to the love of abundance and well-beingness.
From the Goddess/God of my being I give forth the thanks for the Love that I am.
For the love in my life, for the love that surrounds me, thank you.
Thank you for the miracle of life that I am and
the miracle of life that I see reflected all about me.
Thank you for this gift of life. Thank you for this perfect body,
my health, my well-being, thank you.
Thank you for the abundance that I am and the abundance I see reflected all about me.
Thank you for the riches and richness of my life and
Thank you for the river of money which flows to me and through me.
Thank you for the excitement of the millions of wondrous possibilities and probabilities.
Thank you for the beauty and harmony.
Thank you for the peace and the tranquility.
Thank you for the wonderment. Thank you for the joy.
Thank you for the laughter and the play.
And thank you for the privilege of serving and sharing the gift that I am.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.