Unfortunately, many people do not know how to pray. They say a few words to their distant, uncaring concept of deity and then hope something positive will occur. Often, their prayers are messages of doubt, confusion and fantasy. They don’t see many results, let alone miracles and wonders.
They live alone, outside of the mystical relationship with God and “The Powerful Goodness,” as Benjamin Franklin called it.
This was written to assist people in entering the magnificent Mystery of Prayer. I hope these methods will help you go further and further in your spiritual journey. You’ll find fifteen forms of prayer, including three higher dimensions of prayer for those who are keenly conscious of the omnipresence and omnipotence of Spirit.
By mystical prayer we mean prayer which transcends normal day-to-day consciousness and enters higher levels of awareness. As you learn to pray in the manner of saints and mystics, not only will your prayers be of greater assistance to others, they will also bestow utmost joy and satisfaction to you.
Additionally, Discover the Miracle of Prayer was written to encourage people throughout the world to come together in spiritual fellowship and, through mystically attuned prayer, create a more loving, more understanding and happier world.
As you practice these several kinds of prayer, you may begin to experience higher levels of consciousness — serenity, ecstasy and perfect intuition, for example. You will gradually become spiritually awake and aware. The mystery of prayer will be revealed to you directly and personally.
The dynamics of prayer, as a wondrous creative interplay between you and your Lord, will continually inspire you. You’ll recognize prayer as a sacred privilege and sweet delight.
You’ll be personally blessed as you develop in these remarkable forms of prayer. Further, you’ll become a friend and companion to all people everywhere. Your prayers will make of you a healing light and an uplifting influence wherever you go.
Your prayers are acts of love. Through them you will extend the miracle of prayer to others.