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Monday, April 25, 2011

Prayer Forms,Frorms of prayer,

  • Various spiritual traditions offer a wide variety of devotional acts. There are morning and evening prayers, graces said over meals, and reverent physical gestures. Some Christians bow their heads and fold their hands. Some Native Americans regard dancing as a form of prayer.Some Sufis whirl. Hindus chant mantras. Orthodox Jews sway their bodies back and forth and Salah for Muslims ("kneel and prostrate as seen on the right"). Quakers keep silent. Some pray according to standardized rituals and liturgies, while others prefer extemporaneous prayers. Still others combine the two.

  • Prayer in Judaism,

  • Prayer in Christianity,

  • Prayer for health,

  • Prayer in Islam,

  • Prayer in the Bahá'í Faith,

  • Prayer in Buddhism,

  • Prayer in Hinduism,

  • Shinto prayer,

  • Sikh prayer,Akal Purakh

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