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Entries tagged with “Prayers”

Gratitude: An Act of Truth Telling

Excerpted from Ambition Addiction: Giving Thanks on the Road to Recovery by Benajmin Shalva

How Do You Pray?

Mariana Caplan is a psychotherapist, yogi, and the author of six books in the fields of psychology and spirituality.

How Much of Aging Is in Your Head?

In 1979 a young Harvard psychology professor named Ellen Langer (soon to be played by Jennifer Aniston in Counter Clockwise) realized something astonishing — and true. “Without kno…

How to Pray Without Talking to God

How to Pray without Talking to GodBy Rev. Linda Martella-WhitsettHampton Roads“All reasons for prayer can be distilled down to one,” believes Rev. Martella-Whitsett. “We pray to cl…

In Our Prayers

On a visit with her grandparents, writer Brittany Shoot witnesses the heartfelt beauty of epic, narrative prayer.

Listening in the Labyrinth

Walking a labyrinth can allow entry to the unknown if we are willing to listen.

Make Yourself a “Living Prayer”

Almost three years ago, after seeing The Secret, my friend announced that she was going to meet a man and then marry him within the month. She believed this with every fiber of her…

Making Belief in Mary

We humans come to believe what we practice, so what we choose to practice is critical. Praying the rosary may be the best practice of all.

Making Meaning in Spite of Tragedy

Rabbi Rami Shapiro counsels us to love neighbors and strangers as ourselves.

Marie Howe: Holding the Silence

The acclaimed poet reflects on prayer, desperation, and letting go of what can’t be said.

Notice Prayer When It Happens

In this week’s The Soul of Therapy, psychologist Kevin Anderson, PhD, stresses that prayer is simply recognizing when joy, gratitude, compassion, or awe happen.

Our Community Journal: Do we pray too much?

If he knows our needs before we ask, why then should we ask?

Poem: And That Mysterious Word Holy

“What does that say about holy? / How much power it doesn’t have— / Thou shalt not kill crumpled under our feet.”

Poem: Tattoo

"if you nodded at him, or not, / chattering words to / a patience prayer, over and over."

Prayer is Good Medicine

From the archive: Selected stories from the past 20 years.

The body benefits from spiritual practice.

Praying for Strangers

Praying for Strangers: An Adventure of the Human Spiritby River JordanIt was New Year’s Eve 2009, and River Jordan’s two sons were being deployed — one to Iraq and one to Afghanist…

Praying to a Loving God Guards Against Anxiety Disorders

Prayer is the key of the morning and the bolt of the evening. ~ Mahatma Gandhi What are your deepest beliefs regarding the nature of God? When you pray, do you talk to a loving, p…

Preparing for a Vision Quest

As I sit cross-legged ― or as it is known in yoga, Sukhasana ― I make prayer ties for the vision quest in which I will participate this summer. I will venture into the woods and fi…

Private Prayers: Flannery O'Connor's Faith Journal

Years before her novels and short stories earned her recognition as one of midcentury America’s greatest writers, Flannery O’Connor poured her faith—and doubts—into one slim notebo…

Rabbi Rami: Can God incarnate as both Christ and Krishna?

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