Part 2 of 3-Part Series
Within many Advaita and Zen-Buddhism circles, the topic of prayer is not commonly discussed. In fact, many nondual spiritual seekers have lost their connection to prayer. But what is authentic prayer, and how does prayer affect spiritual realization and the expression of realization?
In the 3-part series, Transforming Prayer, Mukti invites you to revisit how your concepts and attitudes about prayer and God live within you. She explores transformational approaches that open a renewed relationship with prayer, inspiring you to see prayer as an integral part of the awakening journey. Through different types of prayer, you can experience a direct opening of the heart as a sanctuary for prayer, attune to your essential presence, discover the core qualities of this presence, and realize how prayer can orient these qualities so that they flourish more abundantly in your life.
Quotes from this Download:
"Prayers can express our yearning for the divine to reveal itself."
"By leaning into prayer and giving ourselves to it completely, we become more conscious of our eternal nature."
"When we become empty of desire, we can then be filled up with a greater sense of our divinity, which can take residence in form and can express in this world as benediction. Our being becomes a servant or vessel of divine qualities."
"Prayer can be a powerful support to inquiry by clarifying one’s intention. The most important thing is to find out what is the most important thing. Then life finds its orientation around one’s central interest."
"Regardless of our entry points into spirituality, all sincere paths lead to a place that is universal."
"Prayer can marry the interest of the heart with the expression of the heart."
Recorded on January 18, 2017.
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