Meditation & Prayer Therapy CourseAcupuncture Cam Therapy Institute
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Prayer is an address to an entity thought to be greater than everything. The word prayer derives from the Latin root precarious, which means obtained by begging. The practice is rooted in the belief that there is a power larger and wiser than our human selves that can influence our lives.
Prayer is probably as old as mankind and is part of virtually every religion in the world. Although it is often linked to religion, prayer can be practiced outside the realm of a specific religion. Many people feel a deep sense of calm after praying. Like meditation, prayer has been found to promote a feeling of relaxation that is conducive to both mental and physical health.
Numerous scientific studies have evaluated the therapeutic effects of prayer. The research has shown that people who pray regularly are less likely to become ill and that when they do, they tend to recover faster. Not only does prayer seem to have healing effects upon the people who pray but also it appears to benefit those who are prayed for by others.