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Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer: The Hidden Power of Beauty, Blessing, Wisdom, and Hurt Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B01F5ZZUZE
- Publisher : Hay House Inc.; 2nd edition (July 26, 2016)
- Publication date : July 26, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 2065 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 185 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #176,733 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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For those who grew up in a church, prayer is a foregone assumption. We are told to pray. We are taught to pray using the available scriptural methods, which Protestantism inherited from an already broken system. Discover the dirt-simple errors that have been passed down for over 1700 years via orthodoxy. And, learn the way prayer has been done for the 'other' 200,000 years of human history. Your heart will SING when the simple truths are re-discovered and re-applied to your prayer practice.
To address other reviews... and not to judge at all; These truths are PROFOUND to those who have not discovered them on their own. The lost mode IS life-changing when put into regular practice. And, if merely 1M people (even less actually) would put the lost mode to daily use, the matrix will shift before our very eyes to reflect our better qualities.
Yes! The lost mode is incredibly simple to understand, teach and practice. This book's value is that it is based in sound (Actual) modern science that proves the teachings of our distant, treasured ancestors.
But it left me feeling a bit.... "Is that it?"
The concepts are/could be profound. However, I felt that there wasn't enough of instruction type of content to make it applicable.
If I had to make a crude analogy, it was like someone saying, "Hey, I invented this great machine that will cut your commute time and automate 50% of your daily chores!" but then fail to mention how to actually operate it.
In the end, I had to content myself with thinking of this book as an interesting book with an interesting concept that expanded a bit more of LOA. However, I wouldn't recommend it as a resource for those looking for actually learning how to apply the knowledge. For that, I'd recommend the Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting Playbook. That is truly step-by-step.
This book promotes the practice of blessing - not synonymous to forgiving but - as an act of acknowledgment that the pain-bringing past has indeed occurred. By accepting it happened, the author says one can ascend past the rightness and wrongness of the occurrence and create a space of no judgement so new feelings and thoughts can enter. (don't worry, the author makes it much simpler).
It's similar to the meditative notion of attaining pure awareness in between breaths - between inhaling and exhaling is a gap where you're neither breathing in or out, where your breathing has stopped. In this moment, your mind is dead, it has stopped, you are not thinking. The negation of thoughts allow you to immerse in complete awareness, void of mind-thinking. (for more, read Osho books)
These states of no-mind and no-judgement is where spiritual transformations, emotional healings (forgiveness) and manifestations seem most possible and many reach these states through prayer and meditation.
Reading this book, I felt the practice of blessing as a simple active meditation to consciously shift your awareness from the past hurt to a mindset of no-judgement, creating space inside of you to begin forgiveness and healing.
The author's writing style is uncomplicated and easy to read. It's unnecessary to agree with his interpretations of religious evidence behind his beliefs, to appreciate this book.
Top reviews from other countries
It all makes such good sense and the book is written in clear terms so easy to follow. The author's own experiences are useful as examples too.