Prayers

The virtual Archdiocese of St Thomas

Please knowledge that we do NOT use any esoteric or occulted sciences, but we talk a lot about it what is real or fake.

We believe that God’s intelligent design creates the universe.

We are uniting the “creation spirituality” base on the 1960s Roman Catholic Catechism and the Noosphere of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and also modern science to create a new vision of Christianity.

The Roman Catholic priests lead us on the spiritual path of the Universal Christ or Cosmic Christ

And

Just learn recently that the Orthodox Churches teach and use the Noetic Prayer like us

Prayer has filled Heaven with so many holy people. There is no other way of purification and sanctification apart from noetic prayer. The psalms are good and generally all ecclesiastical hymnography…” – Saint Amphilochios of Patmos, from Precious Vessels of the Holy Spirit.

Nothing so puts you in communion with God and unites you with the divine Logos as pure noetic prayer, when you pray undistractedly in the Spirit, your soul cleansed by tears, mellowed by compunction and illumined by the light of the Spirit.~Nikitas Stithatos

Evrey person is under special protection.Evrey human being is surrounded by noetic beings who stand guard.Nobody is alone in the world.People are surrounded by beings who are taking care of them. ~Beinsa Douno

Noetic prayer is an activity initiated by the cleansing power of the Spirit and the mystical rites celebrated by the intellect. Similarly, stillness is initiated by attentive waiting upon God, its intermediate stage is characterized by illuminative power and contemplation, and its final goal is ecstasy and the enraptured flight of the intellect (noûs) towards God. ~St Gregory of Sinai

  1. Prayer is one of the foremost and strongest powers that causes who prays grants him bodily and spiritual well-being.
  2. Prayer is the eyes and wings of the soul; it gives us the boldness and strength to behold God.
  3. My brother, keep praying with your mouth until divine grace enlightens you to pray also with your heart.
  4. Frequency in prayer creates a habit of prayer, which quickly becomes second nature and which frequently brings the nous and the heart to a higher spiritual state.
  5. Each one of us is able to acquire interior prayer that is, to make it a means of communication with God.
  6. May your entire soul cleave with love to the meaning of the prayer, so that your nous, your inner voice, and your will, these components of your soul.
  7. The goal of noetic prayer is to unite God with man, to bring the Cosmic Christ into man’s heart.

Prayer requests

A prayer request is a religious practice in which personal requests for others, including organized prayer groups, to pray on behalf of the requester for any specific reasons. Requests are often collected in order to act upon them either as an organized prayer gathering or as individuals.

Prayer healing

Prayer is often used as a means of faith healing in an attempt to use religious or spiritual means to prevent illness, cure disease, or improve health. Some attempt to heal by prayer, mental practices, spiritual insights, or other techniques claiming they can summon divine or supernatural intervention on behalf of the ill. Others advocate that ill people may achieve healing through prayer performed by themselves. According to the varied beliefs of those who practice it, faith healing may be said to afford gradual relief from pain or sickness or to bring about a sudden “miracle cure”, and it may be used in place of, or in tandem with, conventional medical techniques for alleviating or curing diseases. Faith healing has been criticized on the grounds that those who use it may delay seeking potentially curative conventional medical care. This is particularly problematic when parents use faith healing techniques on children.

Prayer groups

A prayer group is a group of people that meet to pray together. These groups, formed mostly within Christian congregations but occasionally among Muslim groups as well, gather outside of the congregation’s regular worship service to pray for perceived needs, sometimes within the congregation, sometimes within their religious group at large. However, these groups often pray also for the world around them, including people who do not share their beliefs.

Many prayer group meetings are held according to a regular schedule, usually once a week. However, extraordinary events, such as the September 11 attacks or major disasters spawned a number of improvised prayer group meetings. Prayer groups do not need to meet in person, and there are a vast array of single-purpose prayer groups in the world.

Your online prayer request open the door

And God is waiting patiently on the other side of that door At all times, in all situations, to join with you.

NB: Our usual prayers come from The Common Book of Prayers

Request can be done at The Chapel or on Facebook and to view the prayers

Divine unity or Oneness of God may refer to:

  • Unitarianism, the belief that God is one person.
  • Monotheism, the belief that one and only one God exists.
  • Divine simplicity, the belief that God is without distinguishable parts, characteristics or features (is “one”).
  • Tawhid, the “oneness of God” in Islam.
  • Judaism holds that YHWH, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. God is understood as the absolute one, indivisible, and incomparable being who is the ultimate cause of all existence.

Prayer of words, song or complete silence. When language is used, prayer may take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creedal statement,or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person. There are different forms of prayer such as petitionary prayer, prayers of supplication, thanksgiving, and praise. Prayer may be directed towards a deity, spirit, deceased person, or lofty idea, for the purpose of worshipping, requesting guidance, requesting assistance, confessing transgressions (sins) or to express one’s thoughts and emotions. Thus, people pray for many reasons such as personal benefit, asking for divine grace, spiritual connection, or for the sake of others.

Some anthropologists believe that the earliest intelligent modern humans practiced a form of prayer. Today, most major religions involve prayer in one way or another; some ritualize the act of prayer, requiring a strict sequence of actions or placing a restriction on who is permitted to pray while others teach that prayer may be practiced spontaneously by anyone at any time.

Scientific studies regarding the use of prayer have mostly concentrated on its effect on the healing of sick or injured people. Meta-studies of the studies in this field have been performed showing evidence only for no effect or a potentially small effect. For instance, a 2006 meta analysis on14 studies concluded that there is “no discernable effect” while a 2007 systemic review of studies on intercessory prayer reported inconclusive results, noting that 7 of 17 studies had “small, but significant, effect sizes” but the review noted that the most methodologically rigorous studies failed to produce significant findings. Some studies have indicated increased medical complications in groups receiving prayer over those without.The efficacy of petition in prayer for physical healing to a deity has been evaluated in numerous other studies, with contradictory results. There has been some criticism of the way the studies were conducted.

Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prayer

Hesychasm (Greek: hesychasmos, from esychía, “stillness, rest, quiet, silence”) is a mystical tradition of prayer in the Eastern Orthodox Church. Based on Christ’s injunction in the Gospel of Matthew that “when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray”, Hesychasmin tradition has been the process of retiring inward by ceasing to register the senses, in order to achieve an experiential knowledge of God.

Gnosticism is primarily defined in a Christian context. Scholars thought that gnosticism predated Christianity and included pre-Christian religious beliefs and spiritual practices argued to be common to early Christianity,

In philosophy of mind, panpsychism is the view that mind or a mindlike aspect is a fundamental and ubiquitous feature of reality. It is also described as a theory that “the mind is a fundamental feature of the world which exists throughout the universe.” It is one of the oldest philosophical theories, and has been ascribed to philosophers including Thales, Plato, Spinoza, Leibniz, William James, Alfred North Whitehead, Bertrand Russell, and Galen Strawson. In the 19th century, panpsychism was the default philosophy of mind in Western thought, but it saw a decline in the mid-20th century with the rise of logical positivism. Recent interest in the hard problem of consciousness has revived interest in panpsychism.

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Eric Michel Ministries Int’l is dedicated to pray in unity with people, just like you, who desire to see the power of prayer. Please complete the request form so we can join with you and intercede for your specific needs
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  4. Emotions
  5. Drug/Alcohol
  6. Suicide

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