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Prayer : A daily spiritual practice

Prayer strengthens your faith in God. It ensures your association with God. This is the act through which we make communication with the supernatural power, It enhances trust, confidence and bond with God. Removes fear, anger, mistrust, loneliness from inside you. There is someone with whom you can speak your heart and it always listens.

Prayer is a spiritual practice that needs to be done with consistency. We have been praying in school since childhood. When we visit a religious place, we pray to God for our wish.. Our desire is fulfilled by our faith. Then our reverence for that religious place increases further and we also tell others about that place.

Belief is the main element between us and God. If We do not have belief our worship will not give any result.

God is closest to us. Any religious place can be far away. Maybe it takes us many days to go to there. The principle of faith always works. All people pray according to their respective religion. The simple thing is that the prayer of God is being done. I am not questioning any religious place or religion.

But we need to understand that what we have been searching for outside, it is sitting in our nearest place, it is within us. We can talk to him at any time. We are never alone. However, we are only a part of the same superpower.

The Mind science and the prayer

God is the giver. He always gives to his descendants. There are different forms of prayer in every religion. How prayer become actualize, we need to understand.

Our subconscious mind is a medium to connect with divine power. Which is always inside us. Which we need to wake up. Whatever we do on a regular basis, it goes into the depths of our subconscious mind. Our subconscious works on impressions with the conscious mind. The deeper we believe, the more it helps us to enter the subconscious mind.

The subconscious, together with the divine forces, helps the faith to flourish. Prayer is the principle of Spiritual Science that always works.

Prayer is more effective when it is done regularly at the appointed time. When it becomes our regular practice, it slowly descends into the depths of our subconscious mind. It is our subconscious mind that is connected to the cosmic energy and our prayers are heard.

Prayer is not necessary to ask God for anything. Prayers are also offered to thank God. Prayer is also offered to get the grace of God. It is best to pray to remember God. There is no need to ask God for anything. God himself showers his grace.

It is said that we should never forget to remember God, and at least three prayers should everyone done.

Morning Prayer

The morning prayer is considered the best to strengthen our determination. We prayed to God that no one should be offended by me, no one should know me to do any wrong thing unknowingly and that I should get success in my work. Everyone may have different desires, hypotheses.

Let write your prayer on a paper in your own words. And if you use the same words in prayer regularly, then it is easy for you to enter our subconscious. Like when you try to save a file with the same name, the computer immediately remembers that this file is already saved. When you remember those same words again and again, your subconscious mind completely remembers. And slowly, you get an attachment to those words. You begin to realize that these are your own secret words.

It is good to pray in the morning before leaving the bed. Although, most popular prayer is the practice of taking a bath especially in India. Prayer can be done in any situation, it does not matter.

Before Meal Prayer

Prayer has special significance before dinner. This is done to express gratitude to God. According to Hindu Vedas, food is the form of Lord Brahma. Life is protected from food. The existence of the soul is due to life. The soul wants life. We thank God for giving us food and praying that the grace of God should remain so.

Sleeping time Prayer

Prayer at the time of sleep or it is also called evening prayer according to Hindu Vedas when two times meet. Means time for the sun to hide. But due to the busyness of life, most people are deprived of this time. So you can do it before sleeping.

In this prayer, if we have inadvertently known any sin or any wrongdoing in our whole day. We apologize for someone’s heart hurt or someone’s bad. And thank God for passing a good day.

And wish their work to be successful.

Although there are various prayers following as per our aspirations and wishes. There can be a prayer for peace, employment & job, healing, marriage, blessing, encouragement etc. Make your prayer in your own words and write it down on a paper. The repeated practice will be listened to definitely. God always blesses us.

The Universal Prayer : The Holy Gayatri Mantra

The Holy Gayatri mantra comes from Rigveda, a Hindu Vedas is a universal prayer created by Brahmrishi Viswamitra. It holds special significance in Hindu Sanatan Dharma. Any worship recitation or religious ritual is incomplete without it. Today, it has fame in the whole world. It is showering the grace of God in the lives of millions of people.

ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात्।

Om bhurbhava swa, tatsaviturvranyam bhargo devasya dheemahi dhiyo yo na prachodyat

उस प्राणस्वरूप, दुःखनाशक, सुखस्वरूप, श्रेष्ठ, तेजस्वी, पापनाशक, देवस्वरूप परमात्मा को हम अन्तःकरण में धारण करें। वह परमात्मा हमारी बुद्धि को सन्मार्ग में प्रेरित करे।

English Translation

We meditate on the glory of that Being who has produced this universe; may He enlighten our minds.

The mantra is an expression of gratitude, to both the life-giving Sun and the Divine. It boosted devotee taking a heart-centred approach to the mantra. It is more significant than the literal meaning. It’s an offering, a way to open to grace, to inspire oneself.

The Mantra is widely used for Adoration, Meditation and prayer.

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