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The power of praying

January 17, 2010


Gregg Braden explains the power of prayer
I’m always curious and surprised at how I run into certain subjects.

In this video, Gregg Braden tells his amazing experiences with what our feelings are capable of. It’s fascinating to learn that a gathering of people can feel their way into making a person’s tumor disappear. Or, that an online gathering of hundreds of thousands can effect positive results by praying for world peace.

Prayer, is a way of eliciting our feelings —which, would empower us to change the world around us.

Eliciting our feelings empowers us to change the world!

Which is in agreement with Losada’s positivity. Although, Gregg’s praying would have a broader scope, since it can also alter physical (water, tumors) structures.

I don’t want to sound too preachy, but, shouldn’t we be trying to be nicer, or at least, more positive?

For those pragmatically inclined: it pays.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Gabriel Bunster permalink
    January 19, 2010 9:18 am

    Notable. Para empezar a caer en cuenta ya de que la potencia de nuestras emociones, de nuestra mente, de nuestro ser, es un territorio que hemos olvidado en este periodo científico de mediciones, donde estas cosas no nos entraban en la balanza.

  2. Joe Rotger permalink
    January 19, 2010 9:18 pm

    Bueno. Yo, meto un dedito al agua en lo que se refiere a cambiar estructuras —directamente.Pero, si aceptas que el medio ambiente determina quien tu sientes que eres, que nosotros somos el medio ambiente para otros…Entonces tenemos el poder, en buena parte, de transformar a los demás.En ese ir y venir de emociones y sentimientos, si los demás suben por culpa mía, el reflejo también me va a hacer flotar. Es cuestión de preguntarle a los músicos y escritores, quienes adicionalmente han logrado envasar su buena onda.Un abrazo.

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