The Inner Way - The Power of Prayer and Belief in Spiritual Practice

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  • Paperback
  • 164 pages
  • The Inner Way - The Power of Prayer and Belief in Spiritual Practice
  • Mark Stavish
  • English
  • 18 November 2018
  • 1502883937

About the Author: Mark Stavish

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The Inner Way - The Power of Prayer and Belief in Spiritual Practice The Inner Way The Power of Prayer and Belief in Spiritual Practice is a rare treasure Focusing on the traditional role of prayer in Western spiritual practices and its esoteric application, the inner method of prayer is revealed in detail along with theurgy or the secret esoteric art of ritual prayer used by the Martinist and Rosicrucian societies A detailed theurgic ritual to guide those new to this ancient art and practice is included along with a look at the magical use of the Psalms in traditional healing and folk magic from both French and German sources The critically important role of belief, including the power of suggestion, is made clear so that students of The Inner Way will learn how to turn their doubts into confidence and their confidence into results results that will lead to both temporal happiness as well as spiritual Illumination As one reviewer stated, This book picks up where The Secret left off and tells us the real secret behind spiritual practices A true blessing for those who read it and apply its teachings. New Download [ The Inner Way - The Power of Prayer and Belief in Spiritual Practice ] Author [ Mark Stavish ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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  1. Purnacandra Sivarupa says:

    I have recently been suffering a bout of lung the punchy Tibetan word for what, in Ayurveda, would be called a vayu or wind disorder It s not been an especially bad one, but has been disruptive Unjustified anger, inappropriate irritation, a constant feeling of tension and anxiety, an unwillingness or inability to just sit and relax, a constant need to be doing something and to feel productive all of these psycho physiological symptoms, on top of actual upper respiratory ones, have been plag I have recently been suffering a bout of lung the punchy Tibetan word for what, in Ayurveda, would be called a vayu or wind disorder It s not been an especially bad one, but has been disruptive Unjustified anger, inappropriate irritation, a constant feeling of tension and anxiety, an unwillingness or inability to just sit and relax, a constant need to be doing something and to feel productive all of these psycho physiological symptoms, on top of actual upper respiratory ones, have been plaguing me for a while, now It took the insight of a friend of mine, himself a practitioner of Chinese traditional medicine, for me to figure out what was going on he has also been helping me to develop a course of action, though a lot of that onus must be on me.I bring all of this up because much of this has coincided with my attendance at a seminar by Mark Stavish and reading several of his bo...