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Unity minister Linda Martella-Whitsett provides a new framework for thinking about prayer that will revolutionize the lives of readers everywhere. The good news here is that you can pray without believing in God; that you can have a rich and fulfilling spiritual practice without adhering to a set of creeds or dogmas.

Martella-Whitsett encourages seekers to look within rather than outside themselves for a God in the sky, for the spark of the divine that is at the core of their being.

How to Pray Without Talking to God shows how to develop a true spiritual practice by: re-forming the words of traditional prayers; cultivating a habit of daily prayer and meditation; learning how to pray with others.

How To Pray Without Talking To God is filled with the authors stories of her own evolving understanding of God. Each chapter includes a section called Talk to Yourself that poses questions for readers to write about or share in a study circle.

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    REVIEW OF “HOW TO PRAY WITHOUT TALKING TO GOD” The writer of this book, Linda Martella-Whitsett, aims to help you with a new concept about God. She is a minister of Unity Church and calls God “All That Is”. I will write about the messages in Chapter One, insights sustained by interesting life stories and at the end of the Chapter a moment of reflection called “Talk to Yourself” so to deepen your understanding. I am sure that you will run to the library to order this book or to get it online as an eBook. Reverend Linda begins with 1 Corinthians 5:16-17 which states “Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you? Other statements are: God is not a superhuman. God is a power, not a person. The Omnipresence of God is not of a person being everywhere, but of a Beingness being everywhere. And her answer on the questions “Why do we hunger to understand Divine Nature?” is “Divine Nature is our True Nature.” That’s why Jesus said: “You are the light of the world (Matthew 5:15). When we realize our Divine Nature, we pray from Divine Consciousness and not from a consciousness of powerlessness. It’s sad that Christianity has brought a sin gene in our life: before we are acting wrong, we are sinful. Our true identity is Divine Nature and that stays so even when we in daily identify ourselves with roles such as child, student, friend, parent etc. We haven’t to qualify to be the Divine Identity. We will not lose our Divine Identity through our individual actions. It is a 100% Presence. Live it. Be it. In other chapter she analyzes together with you a. Why we stop praying? b. The purpose of praying? c. Why affirmative prayer is so important? d. The struggle between old paradigms and new paradigms. e. Spiritual denial is to correct human appreciation and rise to Divine Consciousness. f. The importance of daily prayer and meditation.


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