How To Pray As A Spiritual (Non-Religious) Person!

How To Pray As A Spiritual (Non-Religious) Person!

How To Pray As A Spiritual (Non-Religious) Person! 1920 1080 Christina Lopes

Learn what prayer is, why we should pray, and how to do it.

When you think of prayer, you might imagine someone kneeling in a church with their palms pressed together.

So if you’re spiritual but not religious, you might automatically dismiss prayer as something that’s not for you.

But the fact is, prayer is not just for religious people. In fact, once you learn how to pray from a spiritual perspective, you can harness this energy to create extraordinary change in your life.

Combined with affirmations, spiritual prayer is a powerful catalyst to propel you towards your highest self. 

If you want to take advantage of this deeply impactful spiritual practice in your own life, this is the video for you!

Here’s what you’ll learn:

💥 What prayer is from a spiritual perspective and how different it is from religion.

💥 Why we should pray. The top 2 reasons why we should pray and the impact prayer can have on our lives.

💥 How to pray. The simple 4-step technique to help spiritual people take advantage of the power of daily prayer in their lives.

Now it’s over to you! Once you watch the video, let me know in the comments below:

Do you pray on a regular basis?

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With deep love and gratitude;

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CHRISTINA LOPES, DPT, MPH

I’m a life coach, spiritual teacher, and former clinician. My life’s work is to help accelerate your spiritual awakening so you can heal your past, overcome any challenge, and live with joy and purpose. If you need help in navigating your spiritual awakening, I recommend that you check out my popular free guided meditations.

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6 Comments
  • Thank you for clarifying to me that why I can’t follow the guidance usually given for the way we should pray…!!! Such violation of traditions is not taken very well – isn’t it ?? So, this clarity is worth it.

  • I dropped out of religion fifty years ago, and have never looked back. I have developed my own conversations with the Divine and have formed different rituals along the way, as well as affirmations and mantras. About ten years ago, I came across this advice: Every night before sleep, do this Rose, rose, thorn, bud ritual. The roses represent wonderful things that happened during the day such as seeing the first robin of spring or completing a chore, or whatever gave me joy such as a meeting with friends. Sometimes there is a whole bouquet. Then I come to the thorn, the thing that irked me or disappointed me that day. We must honor the shadow. Then there is the bud, the request, the insight we need, or whatever help we need now so it becomes manifest. My prayers are always internal, and I can say them anywhere. It is very handy when waiting in line, etc.

    Thank you for this blog. I am happy to know that I am not the only one who has conversations with God.

  • Hi Christina, first of all, I like to thank you for your wonderful and inspiring videos which I always look forward to. This is my first leaving a comment after watching this particular video about the power of spiritual prayer. It seems to me that spiritual prayer is the same as meditations. Is my understanding correct and if not, what’s the difference, and when should we apply prayer vs meditation?

    • Amanda – Team Christina April 7, 2022 at 8:09 pm

      Hi Maisie! We are so glad you’re a part of our community! Christina does read all of the comments on her blogs, but she is not able to provide direct guidance here in the comments. I will pass this along as a possible topic for a future follow up video! ❤

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