Are you praying or being PREYED on?
In this episode I explain the true nature of prayer and correct techniques to activate your spiritual resources and guardians. Stop thinking you have to acept what is; you can create the "what is".
Say it and make it so.
"pray (v.) late 13c., "ask earnestly, beg," also "pray to a god or saint," from O.Fr. preier (c.900), from L. precari "ask earnestly, beg," from *prex (plural preces, gen. precis) "prayer, request, entreaty," from PIE root *prek- "to ask, request, entreat" (cf. Skt. prasna-, Avestan frashna- "question;" O.C.S. prositi, Lith. prasyti "to ask, beg;" O.H.G. frahen, Ger. fragen, O.E. fricgan "to ask" a question). Related: Prayed; praying. Parenthetical expression I pray you, "please, if you will," attested from 1510s, contracted to pray 16c."
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