The meaning of the Our Father goes much further than the mere provision of a prayer text. It aims to form our being, to train us in the inner attitude of Jesus. (Pope Benedict XVI)

Also see A Metaphysical Interpretation of the Lord's Prayer

Our Father:

Our: not just Catholics or Christians, but everyone whether a belivers in Christ or not

Father: spiritual source of power (that guide one's life to produce positive results and annoint the experience of spiritual gifts, ie. beatific vision),
- God (the eternal, supreme being/force/Spirit who created and preserves all things)
-Trinity where the Father is personal, with a will and personality; Sons (my view) as being all of humanity (children); and Holy Spirit

Who Art in Heaven:

Who: person/personal

Heaven: paradise (return to the garden and walking with God)
- holy/wholly/pure,
- perfection/completion of the growing/evoling process,
- blissful state of consciousness, beatific vision (joy, happiness coming from seeing God finally face to face and not imperfectly through faith) to enjoy the delights of paradise and possess the splendour of God/universe/reality

Hallowed Be Thy Name:

Hallow: holy and wholly

Name: be thy character/nature.

Thy Kingdom Come:

Thy kingdom (the dawning in consciousness of the inner Presence of God)and reign of sacrifical love be done on earth

Thy Will Be Done on Earth as it is in Heaven:

by doing thy will unconditionally as it is done in perfection.

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread:

Thank you for giving us this day (our life and higher consciousness) to glorify You and to be grateful,

for our daily needs that substain and nurture us,

not only physically, but mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

And Forgive Us Our Trespasses as We Forgive Those Who Trespass Against Us:

And thank you for forgiving us missing the mark/point/meaning/understanding/connection of love with you and others,

as we forgive you and others who miss the mark with our unrealistic expectations.

And Lead Us Not Into Temptation, but Deliver Us from Evil:

And thank you for leading us not into temptation/seduction of being selfish/ego,

thereby delivering us from evil.

For Thy Is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory:

For your suffering/sacrifical/unconditional love is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, now and for ever. Amen.