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This review is from: Gnostic Prayer Book: Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations (Paperback)
Collected Prayers, Mantras, and Meditations.
A collection of essential prayers, mantras, and spiritual practices for daily use, healing, protection, and more.
Chosen 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. Take this helpful companion with you anywhere, to assist you in times of need as a source of inspiration and strength.
* Filled with tools to acquire Gnosis: conscious, experiential knowledge of the Divine
* Gives techniques proven effective for thousands of years
* Drawn from the most respected and widely known spiritual teachers
When the mind has achieved absolute calm and silence, it can concentrate on the Inner Self. This concentration is done with the help of prayer. Pray to your Inner Self. Try to converse with your Inner Self. Remember that praying is conversing with God. You can pray without formulae; in other words, talk to God, tell Him what your heart feels with infinite love. - Samael Aun Weor
Like many people today, Surekha Minati Keerthana sought wisdom through many traditional religions, but none spoke to her heart or satiated her spiritual longing. At her spiritual crossroads and without a clear path before her, she prayed constantly and sincerely for the truth to be revealed. When she discovered Gnosis, she found what she was seeking: the practical basis of all religions, which develops psychological stability and discipline, and reveals genuine inner tranquility. Prayer brought her to Gnosis, and Gnosis brought her back to true life. Surekha Minati Keerthana is a Sanskrit pen name that means "prayer and devotional song."