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The act of invoking or calling upon a deity, spirit, etc., for aid, protection, inspiration, or the like; supplication; any petitioning or supplication for help or aid; a form of prayer invoking God's presence, said especially at the beginning of a public ceremony; a call to God or to beings who have become one with God to release power, wisdom, and love to mankind or to intercede in their behalf; supplication for the flow of light, energy, peace, and harmony to come into manifestation on earth as it is in heaven.
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The act of invoking or calling upon a deity, spirit, etc., for aid, protection, inspiration, or the like; supplication; any petitioning or supplication for help or aid; a form of [[prayer]] invoking God’s presence, said especially at the beginning of a public ceremony; a call to God or to beings who have become one with God to release power, wisdom, and love to mankind or to intercede in their behalf; supplication for the flow of light, energy, peace, and harmony to come into manifestation on earth as it is in heaven.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:32, 3 February 2020

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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>
 

The act of invoking or calling upon a deity, spirit, etc., for aid, protection, inspiration, or the like; supplication; any petitioning or supplication for help or aid; a form of prayer invoking God’s presence, said especially at the beginning of a public ceremony; a call to God or to beings who have become one with God to release power, wisdom, and love to mankind or to intercede in their behalf; supplication for the flow of light, energy, peace, and harmony to come into manifestation on earth as it is in heaven.

See also

Spoken Word

Sources

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