Power of Prayer

“Prayer is the strongest form of generative energy.” Dr. Alexis Carrel, Nobel Prize winner

What is Prayer?

to Pray:

verb (used with object)
1. to offer devout petition, praise, thanks, etc., to (God or an object of worship).
2. to offer (a prayer).
3. to bring, put, etc., by praying: to pray a soul into heaven.
4. to make earnest petition to (a person).
5. to make petition or entreaty for; crave: She prayed his forgiveness.
6. to offer devout petition, praise, thanks, etc., to God or to an object of worship.
7. to enter into spiritual communion with God or an object of worship through prayer.
verb (used without object)
8. to make entreaty or supplication, as to a person or for a thing.”


Words have power and power carries energy. The thoughts we have begin in our imagination, in our mind, in the deepest locks of our spirit. Just as the Uni-verse was spoken by the Creator through Song, speaking the Mind of the Creator into existence and created things came from things uncreated and became living from Life (Heb 11:3 ). The stars vibrate and sing with Life and energy (Job 38:7).

Prayer is filled with verses, songs, or sounds. Those sounds contain power and that power carries energy to create and bring about change by uniting with the Uni- or Oneness which some may call the Word of God. The Word of God spoken creates what is uncreated in the physical and Life, or Holy Spirit, or Feminine Essence, Wisdom is the physical manifestation or demonstration of what is Unseen and Hidden in the outer realm. This manifestation or Glory of the Word of God is nurturing, Life-giivng like the Earth giving birth to Life and Creation. The Earth is giving Life and is the Creation of what was spoken.

Therefore, if and when we pray, is it possible that the words or sounds we make through the beginning of our thinking has an effect on our spirit (mind, emotionally, spiritual and mental well-being)? Is it thus possible to “re-program” our thinking consequently impacting the quality and state of our personal welfare? The concept behind positive affirmations in saying positive words can have an advantageous impact on our mind and will. As we meditate on either positive affirmations, religious texts, whether Biblical or Koranic scriptures, suras, verses or mantras, What comes from inside our minds can either better or corrupt us and affect our reality. What we allow to enter into our mind or meditate upon or imitate can be a reflection or mirror image of our intangible will which transforms into what we are or will become.

Since words are powerful and carry energy, the kind of words we speak to ourselves and our choice of words in prayer can effect our own spiritual, energetic well-being.


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