Did you know that supermodel Miranda Kerr is an outspoken Christian who believes in the power of prayer? The former Victoria’s Secret Angel reiterated her theological beliefs in a recent interview with Into the Gloss, a beauty outlet.

“I like to pray and I like to meditate. Doing just three minutes of prayer and a minimum of five minutes meditation twice a day sets the tone — like an arrow so that you’re hitting your target,” Kerr told the outlet.”

The 31-year-old Australian supermodel said she prays to Jesus Christ daily and thanks mother nature for the world’s beauty.

“I pray to Christ to say, ‘Thank you for this day and my family and my health,’ and now that I’m older I’ve added, ‘Please illuminate me. Please open my heart chakra,” she said. “Open my aperture and uplift my consciousness so that I can be the best version of myself.’”

Australian model Miranda Kerr poses for photographers during a promotional event in Tokyo, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

Kerr, who has a child with actor Orlando Bloom, with whom she split from last year, made similar statements during an interview with the Telegraph in May, telling the outlet that she is not a Buddhist, as some have claimed.

“I’m not Buddhist. I’m Christian. I pray every day,” she said. “I meditate every day and I do yoga. I’m not religious, I’m spiritual. And praying is something my grandmother taught me as well. To pray and be grateful, have gratitude, is a big thing for me.”

Kerr also told Into the Gloss that she believes in the “power of forgiveness” and that all human beings make mistakes, heralding the importance of forgiving oneself and others for infractions and errors.

“It’s another thing I pray for — ‘Please forgive me if I have said anything to anyone that has hurt someone. Please allow them to forgive me and allow me to forgive myself,’” she said. “Even those that we find challenging to be around are sometimes the people that need the prayers the most. If you’ve had an intense conversation with someone, a good thing to do would be to say to them, ‘I forgive you, and please forgive me.’”

Read the entire interview here.

(H/T: Christian Post)