A Gnostic Prayer Book: Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations: Practical Techniques to Develop the Soul by Surekha Minati KeerthanaA Gnostic Prayer Book: Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations: Practical Techniques to Develop the Soul by Surekha Minati Keerthana

A Gnostic Prayer Book: Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations: Practical Techniques to Develop…

EditorSurekha Minati Keerthana

Paperback | November 1, 2010

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This pocket-sized compilation gathers essential prayers, mantras, and spiritual practices for daily use, healing, protection, and more. Drawn from the Gnostic tradition taught by Moses, Solomon, Jesus and his Apostles, Hermes Trismegistus, Samael Aun Weor, and many others, the magical words and phrases given here are powerful and proven techniques for effective spiritual work. Based upon and directed towards personal experience of the Divine, this book provides a comprehensive set of tools anyone can use to develop and awaken their soul, and to provide spiritual aid to others, such as through healing, exorcisms, or protection. Take this helpful companion with you anywhere, to assist you in times of need as a source of inspiration and strength.
Title:A Gnostic Prayer Book: Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations: Practical Techniques to Develop…Format:PaperbackDimensions:76 pages, 6.75 × 4.25 × 0.33 inPublished:November 1, 2010Publisher:Glorian PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934206482

ISBN - 13:9781934206485

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Book Review A very educative book and a sure guide for developing an effective prayer life
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Although spirituality and religion are very widespread and are important pursuits in life, many people wonder, "Am I praying correctly? Am I doing this right?” These kinds of questions imply a lack of spiritual experience, a reaching out into the blackness of our inner mind, and finding nothing there, no answers from the Divine, and no indication that our prayer matters or works. If this continues, we may give up, turn spiritually cold, or worse, become a skeptic, resentful towards religion or even God. Sadly, the problem is not with God or religion, it is with ourselves. (continued)