Friday, February 16, 2018

How to "pray" - the lost science

Gregg Braden (Isaiah Effect); AP; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
How shall we pray, Lord, how shall we pray? - Read my bestseller, the chapter by Isaiah.
This is a groundbreaking interpretative decoding of PRAYER, quantum science, and the real meaning of "prophecy."

Only one document was discovered completely intact among the 25,000 fragments of papyrus, parchment, and hammered copper known as the Dead Sea Scrolls: the Great Isaiah Scroll.

Nearly one thousand years older than existing copies of the Old Testament's Book of Isaiah, the 22-foot-long parchment was still rolled and sealed in its original earthen vase when it was discovered in 1946.

Let me tell you what the Buddha taught.
The completeness of the Isaiah Scroll offers unprecedented insight into the power of an ancient mystery -- a lost mode of prayer -- that modern science is just beginning to understand.

Displayed today in Jerusalem's Shrine of the Book Museum, the Great Isaiah Scroll is believed to be so precious by modern scholars that it's withdrawn into a vault beneath the building's floor in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.

Men only! Jewish guys !ray to their tribal God in front of the Western [Wailing] Wall (W)
OMG ("Oh my goodness")! I meditated and saw the light and felt the bliss!
Let us pray, praise, and honor His feet.
In The Isaiah Effect, a dazzling work by the author of Awakening to Zero Point and Walking Between the Worlds, scientist and visionary Gregg Braden offers a radical departure from traditional interpretations of Isaiah's text.

Weaving state-of-the-art research with his extensive knowledge of the Ancient Essenes (the creators of the scroll texts), Braden invites us on a journey where science and miracles are merged into a new wisdom -- and lead to a startling conclusion.

If only we had a way to influence.
He suggests that Isaiah, the first Old Testament prophet, left precise instructions to the people of the future describing a powerful mode of prayer [of bringing into being what is desired, not by "asking" for it or petitioning God, but by doing this instead. This mode leads to the "Isaiah Effect"].
Using principles recognized only recently in quantum physics, Braden demonstrates how Isaiah's nonreligious, nondenominational form of prayer transcends time and distance to bring healing to our bodies and peace to the nations of our modern world. More

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