Did you ever go to camp and make a “God’s Eye”? I did not but my kids did, even in public school art class.
Here is an elaborate example from on-line:
This one is from our paper money.
This website explains it https://www.hobbyistgeek.com/what-is-the-eye-called-on-the-dollar-bill-explained/
“The Eye of Providence. The all-seeing eye of God. It’s a symbol that has been used by many religions and cultures over the years.
But what does it mean?
There are many theories about what the eye on the dollar bill means, but no one knows for sure.
What we do know is that the Eye of Providence has been used as a symbol by many different religions and cultures over the years.
It is a reminder that God is always watching us. And that’s probably why it was chosen as the symbol for the US dollar bill.hobbyistgeek.com
I learned a prayer from the author Macrina Weiderkehr many years ago. It is pasted in the front of my most frequently used Bible. It reads:
All-Seeing One, above me, around me, within me. Be my seeing as I read these sacred words. Look down upon me Look out from within me Look all around me See through my eyes Hear through my ears Feel through my heart Touch me where I need to be touched; and when my heart is touched give me the grace to lay down this Holy Book and ask significant questions: Why has my heart been touched? How am I to be changed through this touch? All-Seeing One, I need to change I need to look a little more like You May these sacred words change and transform me. Then I can meet You Face to Face without dying because I've finally died enough To die is to be healed a little more each death until that final death when I'll be healed forever. It will be a healing that will last. Your words are healing although they bring about my death. O Eye of God, look not away.
Father I pray this prayer will be true of my life. Help me keep yielding to Your touch. Show me how to ‘meet You face to face without dying.’ I need to change.
In A Tree Full of Angels Macrina wrote saying “There is a quote from Benedictine Abbot Marmion that has become a guide for me as I spend time in Divine Reading each day. He says,”
Read under the eye of God until your heart is touched, then give yourself up to love.Don Marmion, Union with God, trans. Mother Mary St. Thomas, (St. Louis: B Herder, 1949)
Read asking the Lord to help you see and understand the words of His text. then stop when your heart is touched. Stop and give yourself up to His love. Stop and let Him instruct you further on the matter. This is yielding. God is watching me with His all-seeing eye. And I am grateful.