Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer

Author(s): Gregg Braden

Spiritual growth

Could our deepest hurts reveal the key to a powerful form of prayer that was lost 17 centuries ago?What can we learn today from the great secret of our most cherished traditions? "There are beautiful and wild forces within us." With these words, the mystic St. Francis described what ancient traditions believed was the most powerful force in the universe--the power of prayer. For more than 20 years, Gregg Braden has searched for evidence of a forgotten form of prayer that was lost to the West following the biblical edits of the early Christian Church. In the 1990s, he found and documented this form of prayer still being used in the remote monasteries of central Tibet. He also found it practiced in sacred rites throughout the high deserts of the American Southwest. In this book, Braden describes this ancient form of prayer that has no words or outward expressions. Then, for the first time in print, he leads us on a journey exploring what our most intimate experiences tell us about our deepest beliefs. Through case histories and personal accounts, Braden explores the wisdom of these timeless secrets, and the power that awaits each of us . . . just beyond our deepest hurt

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"New York Times" best-selling author and 2015 Templeton Award nominee Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and indigenous knowledge to create real-world solutions for today. Following successful careers in the energy and defense industries, he became the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems in 1991. For three decades, Gregg has explored high mountain villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to merge their wisdom with the best science of our time. Based in New Mexico, Gregg has shared his discoveries with the United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, mainstream universities, and audiences throughout the world. Website: www.greggbraden.com"

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  • : 9781401951924
  • : Hay House, Incorporated
  • : Hay House
  • : July 2016
  • : 17.80 cmmm X 23.00 cmmm X 1.30 cmmm
  • : United States
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : English
  • : 204.3
  • : 184
  • : Gregg Braden
  • : Paperback