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The most influential leaders of transformational nonviolent movements have been deeply prayerful people. Indeed, most of them have been spiritual leaders or devoted spiritual students.
Dr. King was not a politician. He wasn’t a lawyer or a civic leader.
Dr. King was a minister, a preacher.
Buddha and Jesus were both students of their own inner guidance and devotion to their spiritual practice. It was their devotional practice that gave them the wisdom that led to their becoming masterful teachers.
Mohandas K. Gandhi was a lawyer who studied the Bhagavad Gita with a passion. Yet Gandhi considered Jesus to be his most influential teacher next to his own practice. Prayer was an integral part of his life. He said “Prayer from the heart can achieve what nothing else in the world can.”
As part of my practice of nonviolence I pray for myself first. Northing is more important than inner peace. We’ve learned that we’ll have world peace when we have inner peace.
We’ll have an end to terrorism in the world when we are wholly loving with ourselves in consciousness.
We’ll have an end to terrorism when we each stop terrifying ourselves and our loved ones with threats and accusations.
Every day many millions of people participate in an infinite and eternal prayer circle.
Today we join them. With every prayer we tangibly move the world in a direction of peace, harmony and joy so that all are lifted.
Prayer has profoundly changed my life and opened me to my true potential.
I AM the answered prayer, and so are you!
If you’re interested in learning more about what I share about prayer, you can check out my Prayer Power class that starts Monday, April 17! Click here now to learn more now. Prayer is a power tool. Asking for assistance is different than prayer.
NEW PODCAST EPISODE! The most recent episode of my podcast’s topic is Forgive Yourself. It’s easter time – and that means letting go of the crucifixion so we can rise with the resurrection.