Mostly I think of the scripture about how the spirit prayers when our words are inadequate for prayers.
And I always counsel people that "God is in your tears."
Recenly I needed to cry and I curled up with Neville (my blue stuffed hippo) and envisioned Jesus standing there, receptive, and my saying, "Can I just cry on your shoulder for awhile?"
I don't do a lot of visualization these days, tho I do believe God is ever-present. I think I just needed the humanity of Jesus.
It struck me that these many weeks I've found it hard to pray, in part because prayer leads to tears, and that I am rather living that belief -- that God is in my tears; that my tears themselves are prayers too deep for idle words.
Perhaps if I can frame my tears not as "breaking" but as "healing" I will survive this journal a little more gently.