Praying with Our Hands: 21 Practices of Embodied Prayer from the World's Spiritual Traditions

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Wild Goose Publications, 2001 - Hand - 83 pages
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Twenty-one simple ways of using your hands to speak to God presented in word and image taken from a broad range of religious traditions from Anglican to Sufi, from Buddhist to Shaker. Some may be familiar, some new, all demonstrate the universal importance people of all faith traditions have given to embodied prayer. They teach us to experience the unique spiritual enrichment that can be found when we pray with our hands.

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This is a kind of picture-book for the spiritually inclined but no less valuable for that. A host of beautiful photographs highlights many attitudes of worship and prayerfulnessDthe mudra, the ... Read full review

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