- To start the day: When I shave while I'm shaving myself I'm saying The Great Invocation (in the winter when they "change" the hour at 12:00*)
- At 13:00*
*Spanish time "in your place" I think it's 9 hours less so it will be at 04:00 (or at 5:00 when they change the time in 1 hour)
- When I "see" the news, you know that they say first all "bad news" (at least here in Spain is that way, i don't know in other countries) but I don't say orally The Great Invocation (it will be a "mess" if two people are speaking at the same time they can't clearly hear to the other one) so while I see in TV or listen in the radio the "bad news" I "think" (say mentally) The Great Invocation thinking that what I'm thinking, as I say mentally The Great Invocation will be a "reality" and will help "to solve that problem"
- You know after we eat we I brush the teeth.
OK, one time I “looked” at the clock and I see the time to think The Great Invocation is more or less 2 minutes. It’s advisable that we brush the teeth 2 minutes… Perfect! While I brush my teeth after lunch and after dinner I think The Great Invocation and when I finish thinking The Great Invocation it means that “the 2 minutes finished”
- At 21:00*
*Spanish time "in your place" I think it's 9 hours less so it will be at 13:00
- to finish the day: Before I go to bed/go to sleep I say The Great Invocation.
Perhaps someone “say”: You say (or think sometimes) The Great Invocation “a lot” of times.
It isn’t “too much”?
No. As much times you say (or think) it better and quicker will be the results.
And is "difficult/boring" to do this ALL days?
No. It's a routine just as for example All days we eat and all days we... it's eating "difficult/boring"? No. You get used to do "this". The same with this you get used to do this.
Perhaps this will give to some people a "idea" of how and when "use" The Great Invocation.