The Welcoming Prayer is a profound and powerful way to invite God into the difficulties of our lives. This article explains the Welcoming Prayer.
Category Archives: Prayer Practice
Noticing Hearts–And God–Everywhere
Noticing hearts in the wild is a spiritual practice that can also teach us to notice God present in our lives.
“Pray Without Ceasing” is Hard. Flash Prayers Aren’t.
Flash Prayers are quick prayers you offer whenever you see someone in need or someone comes to your mind. It’s based on Frank Laubach’s work.
How To Forgive Someone Else and Yourself
For real inner freedom, it is important to know how to forgive other people and ourselves. Here are some steps to consider.
How To Be A Better Listener:
Deep listening is a gift you can give yourself and others. Read this article to learn more about it.
You First Learned To Say “Thank You” When You Were a Toddler. Now You Can Pray It.
Once a month, a spiritual director from Seeking the Spirit Within offers a type of prayer you might like to try. This month, with Thanksgiving just a week away, we invite you to do some intentional Gratitude Prayers. November 18, 2020Rev. Carmala Aderman Somebody in your life, when you were still a toddler, reminded youContinue reading “You First Learned To Say “Thank You” When You Were a Toddler. Now You Can Pray It.”
Sit With Nature If You Want To Sit with God.
Once a month, a spiritual director from Seeking the Spirit Within shares a type of prayer you might like to try. This month, with the beauty of autumn, we offer a practice known as “Praying with Nature.” It’s a simple prayer that can have powerful effects. Janice lives in the city and works long days.Continue reading “Sit With Nature If You Want To Sit with God.”
Here’s A One-Line Prayer You Can Always Use
Once a month Seeking the Spirit Within offers you a prayer practice you might like to try. This month it is “The Jesus Prayer.” It can be prayed anytime, anywhere. It can be prayed silently or out loud. We encourage you to pray this simple prayer and see how your soul responds. September 16, 2020Rev.Continue reading “Here’s A One-Line Prayer You Can Always Use”