feeling is prayer

Las Pinas City, Philippines
April 16, 2012 9:51am CST
Just recently I watched the video of The Language of the Divine Matrix and I was really amazed by it. One phrase that really sculpted in my mind was "feeling is prayer". This was said by a monk to Gregg Braden, the speaker, when he went and asked him about prayers that wasn't being answered. If we felt that we are praying hard but still our prayers are not answered, what could be our mistakes? To you what is meant by this phrase "feeling is prayer"
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@wittynet (4131)
• Philippines
21 Apr 12
Hello! What a coincidence! I just watched a TV program which also tackles about prayers. The hosts and their guest emphasized that all our prayers will be granted in the right time. They added that we should have faith, forget all doubts in our heart, so that our prayers will be answered. I don't know if it's true for in my case, I have been praying since I was 16 years old. I have been praying, but I have never received any answers yet. I don't know if HIS answer is a NO for I cannot talk to HIM to confirm. Until now, I have faith that HE will grant my prayer.
• Las Pinas City, Philippines
21 Apr 12
I think you better watch the videos so you fully understand what is prayer. Praying without accompaniment of feelings is not a good prayer a monk said. When you think of something to pray to God fuel it with emotions (remember emotions are just love and fear, don't be mistaken with gratitude, anger, appreciation or hatred because these are feelings resulted from your thinking fueling up with your emotions).
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@wittynet (4131)
• Philippines
21 Apr 12
I always pray with accompaniment of emotions. Only two of my prayers are not yet answered. Is the video available online?