• The Lost Mode of Prayer

  • By: Gregg Braden
  • Narrated by: Gregg Braden
  • Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 12-17-99
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sounds True
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.3 (79 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Is there a forgotten spiritual tool that offers each one of us the ability to heal ourselves, our relationship with others, and even our endangered planet? Yes, says Gregg Braden. On The Lost Mode of Prayer, Braden examines evidence from both modern science and ancient texts to shed light on a secret lost to humanity in the year 325. This knowledge was relegated to elite priesthoods and mystery schools in the fourth century, leaving a crucial gap in our understanding of the world. "At best," says Braden, "our view of history, religion, science - even the way we love - has been based on an incomplete understanding of our past." Now, through newly translated texts preserved by the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Braden reveals the inner workings of this powerful force sleeping in the mists of our ancient memory - and how to use this "inner technology" to create profound changes in ourselves and those around us.
(P)1999 Gregg Braden, All Rights Reserved.
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4 out of 5 stars
By mary beth steiger on 02-18-03

Opening a door

This book is a valuable lesson in a simple, basic prayer method. You get to take advantage of the author's extensive research, knowledge, and experience. If everyone who believes in prayer and a higher power practiced this prayer method, it would be hard to imagine that the world would not be a better place. This book shows that the traditional methods of prayer, although they have their place, don't have near the potential of this lost mode. I really liked this book, and would give it five stars for content. However, because it tended to be more of a lecture, it could have been better in guiding the listener/reader in the art of practical application. As a result, I gave only four stars.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Linda on 02-07-03

The Lost Mode of Prayer

This book can help lift the ceiling on our beliefs to achieve a more genuine connection with God through workable, sensible, honorable methods of prayer in the empowering way that was intended by the Ancients. Knowledge of the past can break the bonds of modern fear-based religious conditioning and dispel superstitions which encourage us to close our minds and refrain from questioning. The Lost Mode of Prayer provides a better understanding of our part in the process of prayer and can return both joy and responsibility to our relationship with the Divine. Gregg's endless enthusiasm, academic brilliance, spiritual wisdom, and utterly unpretentious manner make this an additionally delightful selection. Highly recommended.

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By Don on 03-12-18

Simply Powerful

Having heard Gregg speak in London more than once, I should not have been surprised at the profundity, simplicity and potential of this book. But I was; and am. Many thanks to Audible for taking the author from printed page to the immediacy of Gregg's voice and, it feels, living presence.

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