Re: Sri Chinmoy's prayers old and new
- Hi Atmatyagi,
thanks for your explanations on the special
prayer for January 7; I have never thought so
deeply about its special meaning. Especially
the heart's silence-tears. That's probably
anyway the best way to pray.
Thank you for making me understand this
I wish you were still here with us on the trip!
All the best,
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, "newinspiration2003
<newinspiration2003@y...>" <newinspiration2003@y...> wrote:
> Hey guys thanks for sending along some of the newer prayers
> and thanks Ahuta for sending alsong that favorite one of yours.
> On January 7 I was recting the special prayer 44 times according
> to how many years I''ve been on the earth. The prayer goes as
> My ever-increasingly
> Compassionate Lord Supreme,
> I am praying to You
> With my heart's silence-tears.
> Do accept the cheerful surrentder
> Of my mind's freedom.
> Sri Chinmoy's original comments on this prayer included the
> This is something very specail. I would like you to most soulfuly
> recite this prarey as many times as your age. You are bound to
> get results in happiness and in fulfillment. It is my wish that
> year, no matter where you are, on the 7th you will recite thiseffect
> prayer, as long as you are on earth.
> I was reciting this prayer and marvelling about its powerful
> on me. Then I started to think about its inner meaning. First thewho
> fact that our Lord Supreme is ever increasing in His
> compassion. That means that He is transcending Himself too!
> Secondly that we pray with our heart's silence-tears - that is the
> prayer that we find only in the depth of our pure heart-silence.
> Finally, the cheerful surrender of our mind's freedom. This is not
> the surrender of our heart or of our soul. It is the surrender of
> aspect of our selves that is afraid of progress, afraid of the
> magnitude of the Supreme's love, afraid of the capacity of our
> own soul. It is the surrender of that part of ourselves - others
> have called it our limited ego-self - which makes silly and
> ultimately failed attempts to limit the beautiful unfoldment of
> we truly are....
> Anyway, this prayer has true power - as Sri Chinmoy said it did!!!