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Affirmative Prayer is the best way to pray.  It is the way that Yeshua (Jesus) demonstrated how to pray and till recently it was only taught to priests.   It is a five step process: Each step has a name.   
1. Recognition, 2. Unification, 3. Realization, 4. Thanksgiving, 5. Release

Below is an Affirmative Prayer.  As you can see it has 5 steps.  Each of these five steps has a function in bringing the person who is praying into understanding of his or her unity with Great Spirit/God/Good.  (If you wish, one may use the term First Cause,  when sharing with friends who are following  Buddha Dharmas.  You may also explain it to them using the terms God or Goddess, Christ or any term that describes God/Good which is the force that permeates everything.)  Read it through and following it will be an explanation.

1.Great Spirit is Everything.  Great Spirit flows though everything, Great Spirit is now in the beginning and always.  We are one in Great Spirit. 
2. Great Spirit flows through me, I am one with Great Spirit. Great Spirit flows though me now and always  I know unity with all things as Great Spirit flows through me now and always.
3 I open up accept and receive wisdom, beauty, love and harmony into my life, I open up accept and receive deep joy, happiness and love into my life and open up to my transformation to deep understanding and Enlightenment for the benefit of all living beings.
4. I give thanks for this, I give deep, heartfelt, loving thanks for this and with utmost gratitude
5. I release this into the hands of Great Spirit, knowing that it is so and so it is.

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There are five steps in affirmative prayer, each step has a name:

Waterrecognition Waterunification Waterrealization Waterthanksgiving Waterrelease
There are seven tools of transformation.  These tools are:
WaterMeditations   WaterAffirmations or Right Speech   WaterContemplation   WaterJournaling
WaterAffirmative Prayer   WaterVisualization   WaterGoal Setting/Planning    
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