Prayer

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<translate> Part of a series of articles on the</translate>
<translate> Science of
the Spoken Word</translate>



   <translate> Main article</translate>   
<translate> Spoken Word</translate>



   <translate> Forms of the spoken Word</translate>   
<translate> Affirmation</translate>
<translate> Call</translate>
<translate> Chant</translate>
<translate> Decree</translate>
<translate> Fiat</translate>
<translate> Invocation</translate>
<translate> Mantra</translate>
<translate> Prayer</translate>



   <translate> Eastern forms</translate>   
<translate> AUM</translate>
<translate> Bhajan</translate>
<translate> Bija mantra</translate>
<translate> Golden Mantra</translate>
<translate> Om mani padme hum</translate>



   <translate> Western forms</translate>   
<translate> Hail Mary</translate>
<translate> Rosary</translate>



   <translate> Specific rituals</translate>   
<translate> Mother Mary’s Circle of Light</translate>
<translate> Fourteenth Rosary</translate>
<translate> Archangel Michael’s Rosary</translate>
<translate> Ritual of the Resurrection Flame</translate>
<translate> Kuan Yin’s Crystal Rosary</translate>



   <translate> Related topics</translate>   
<translate> Violet flame</translate>
<translate> Violet-flame decrees</translate>
<translate> Balance of violet-flame and blue-flame decrees</translate>
<translate> Pranayama</translate>
<translate> Djwal Kul's breathing exercise</translate>
 

A devout petition to, or any form of spiritual communion with, God or an object of worship; a spiritual communion with God or an object of worship, as in supplication, thanksgiving, adoration, or confession; a formula or sequence of words used in or appointed for praying: the Lord’s Prayer; a petition, entreaty.

See also

For other forms of spoken prayer, see Spoken Word

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Science of the Spoken Word.