Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning

Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning of Jesus's Words✽ [EPUB] ✵ Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning of Jesus's Words By Neil Douglas-Klotz ❧ – Varanus.us Neil Douglas Klotz offers a radical new translation of the words of Jesus Christ with Prayers of the Cosmos Reinterpreting the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes from the vantage of Middle Eastern mysti Neil Douglas Klotz offers a radical new the Cosmos: eBook ↠ translation of the words of Jesus Christ with Prayers of the Cosmos Reinterpreting the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes from the vantage of Middle Eastern mysticism, Douglas Klotz, the Sufi Founder of the Prayers of ePUB ¹ worldwide network of the Dances of Universal Peace, reveals a mystical, feminist, cosmic Christ Prayers of the Cosmos is a spiritual revelation and in the words of Science of Mind, When you read this book, you will have no further doubt that of the Cosmos: eBook ↠ God loves you infinitely and unconditionally.

Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning of Jesus's Words
  • Neil Douglas-Klotz
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 0060619953

    10 thoughts on “Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning


  1. says:

    A deceptively simple little book with a paradigm shifting perspective Ever wonder what Jesus ACTUALLY said in Aramaic, his native language when he prayed Our Father Who Art in Heaven Mind blowing insights into the rich, multi layered metaphorical nuances of Aramaic as opposed to the narrow, rigid and confining Greek tongue the language into which the Bible was corseted Profound This book literally changed my life.


  2. says:

    Love this accessibly short book translating the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes from Aramaic the language Jesus spoke in rather than Greek the language almost all current Bible translations are from I like that the book says our modern translations aren t wrong, they re just limited Boy does the Aramaic really open the meaning up I highly suggest this for anyone for whom the words of Jesus feel uninspiring or have become rote This book is likely to bring refreshing wonder and imaginatio Love this accessibly short book translating the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes from Aramaic the language Jesus spoke in rather than Greek the language almost all current Bible translations are from I like that the book says our modern translations aren t wrong, they re just limited Boy does the Aramaic really open the meaning up I highly suggest this for anyone for whom the words of Jesus feel uninspiring or have become rote This book is likely to bring refreshing wonder and imagination back to these well known passages He breaks down each translation and also includes many ideas for what he calls Body Prayers which are filled with great ideas for meditation


  3. says:

    This wonder by Neil Douglas Klotz translates the words of Jesus directly from His native tongue, the Aramaic As we know, his words and prayers were translated to Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English For example, 1 phrase of the OUR FATHER translates into a number of deeply enriching thoughts His following book is Blessings of the Cosmos The come with CDs for listening and meditation When I first read Prayers Of the cosmos I felt deeply drawn to the person of Jesus thinking, This is someone I wa This wonder by Neil Douglas Klotz translates the words of Jesus directly from His native tongue, the Aramaic As we know, his words and prayers were translated to Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English For example, 1 phrase of the OUR FATHER translates into a number of deeply enriching thoughts His following book is Blessings of the Cosmos The come with CDs for listening and meditation When I first read Prayers Of the cosmos I felt deeply drawn to the person of Jesus thinking, This is someone I want to know


  4. says:

    I read this intermittently It s by my bed for times when it seems right to pick it up again and read part of it It s an interesting way to reframe religious dogma We get a taste of what it may have been that the man named Jesus was really trying to convey For some reason it never feels religious to me at allit just feels stimulating in mind, body and spirit Maybe not good for a light read thoughif you have any kind of spiritual practice, I would recommend having it around.


  5. says:

    Marvelous A life of prayer is brought to another dimension by reading this book The insights and revelation one receives from the sayings of Jesus will transform your heart This work is also a jolt to Western American Christianity, but a needed jolt, indeed Enjoy


  6. says:

    Excellent Trusting the King James or other,modern versions, for that matter translation of the words of Jesus is a grave mistake Looking at the the original language is quite the eye opener


  7. says:

    The Our Father and some Proverbs in Jesus language, Arabic Makes so much sense now.


  8. says:

    Neil Douglas Klotz Prayers of the Cosmos contains the seeds for revolution His translation of Jesus words is much fuller and richer than the King James.See for yourself This is just one possible translation of the Lord s Prayer O Birther Father Mother of the Cosmos Hear the one Sound that created all others, in this way the Name is hallowed in silence Create your reign of unity now As we find your love in ours, let heaven and nature form a new creation Grant what we need each day in bre Neil Douglas Klotz Prayers of the Cosmos contains the seeds for revolution His translation of Jesus words is much fuller and richer than the King James.See for yourself This is just one possible translation of the Lord s Prayer O Birther Father Mother of the Cosmos Hear the one Sound that created all others, in this way the Name is hallowed in silence Create your reign of unity now As we find your love in ours, let heaven and nature form a new creation Grant what we need each day in bread and insight Loose the cords of mistakes binding us, as we release the strands we hold of other s guilt Don t let surface things delude us, but free us from what holds us back Truly power to these statements may they be the gound from which all my actions grow Sealed in trust and faith Amen Klotz also gives alternate translations for The Beatitudes and other sayings on his Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus Well worth getting a hard copy of your own, no matter what religion you call yourself


  9. says:

    This is an interesting book of meditations, mainly mainly dealing with the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes.It uses the Aramaic New Testament for translating and digging at the meanings of words and phrases Since these are words of Jesus, and he surely spoke them in Aramaic, because that was the language of the day in that place, the nuances that the Aramaic language bringsto the meditation are interesting and probably important.We have these words in Greek, which is a considerably different la This is an interesting book of meditations, mainly mainly dealing with the Lord s Prayer and the Beatitudes.It uses the Aramaic New Testament for translating and digging at the meanings of words and phrases Since these are words of Jesus, and he surely spoke them in Aramaic, because that was the language of the day in that place, the nuances that the Aramaic language bringsto the meditation are interesting and probably important.We have these words in Greek, which is a considerably different language from Aramaic.The book has a mystic kind of spirit to it and the authormaintains that the Aramaic supports this kind of mysticinterpretation.But there is a limited audience for this kind of study


  10. says:

    At first, this book was a pretty tough read, it was a little bit difficult to stay interested There was a point where I thought about putting it down when I wasn t really even through the second page Once I really got into the book, however, I really actually was intrigued in the possibility that all of the Christian prayers for the past two millennia may have been mistranslated I then saw the beautiful level of depth that would have been thought to be unthinkable, and at the time I was amaze At first, this book was a pretty tough read, it was a little bit difficult to stay interested There was a point where I thought about putting it down when I wasn t really even through the second page Once I really got into the book, however, I really actually was intrigued in the possibility that all of the Christian prayers for the past two millennia may have been mistranslated I then saw the beautiful level of depth that would have been thought to be unthinkable, and at the time I was amazed at how we could interpret this ancient, near forgotten language into beautiful works of poetry and prayer

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