What Prayer Does For the Brain

What Prayer Does For the Brain

 Prayer is literally health for your brain.  “Men (people) should always pray and not give up praying.”  Luke 18  Many people struggle with doubt, wondering if pray works or if the Creator hears.   Others struggle with fear and condemnation; judging themselves unworthy to talk with God.  Yet others profess that they just don’t know how to pray or what to say.

Experience this video and learn the scientific benefits of prayer and of regularly gathering together for services or fellowship, for your brain health. Prayer heals, extends life,  reduces stress, causes longevity, prevents dementia….
Prayer turns off the Serpent Brain and Limbic System (carnal mind), scientifically proven.


What Prayer Does to Your Brain




Disclaimer: All information and results stated in this video are for information purposes only. The information is not specific medical advice for any individual. The content of this video should not substitute medical advice from a health professional. If you have a health problem, speak to your doctor or a health professional immediately about your condition.

Get rid of all your excuses and fears, just do it.  Do it daily, throughout the day.  Just simply talk to your Creator in your own way, establish communication. Yes, verbalize your thoughts and direct them outward, upward or inward; which ever direction that helps you to connect.   The words proceeding from your lips are only part of prayer, a very necessary part; but more importantly are the unheard words coming from your heart.

Relationships are based on communication.  If there is no communication, there is no relationship.  Over the years, I have noticed how many “progressive Believers” in their quest to distance themselves from religion and  search for spirituality, feel they have evolved to some point, where they feel Prayer is no longer necessary or that it is “religious.”   Professing themselves to be wise,  filled with new revelations about physics and science, many have become fools.

They have thrown out the fundamental rituals that brings life to the lofty things they speak about. My mind goes back to over a decade ago, sitting with some men and women of God in a restaurant waiting for our meal.  Once my meal arrived, I bowed my head, waved my hands over my food and uttered a short soft prayer.  I was asked by one minister with a smirk and look of disgusts on his face, “Do you still pray, who are you praying to?”

It is disturbing seeing people that once knew and experienced the reality of JESUS (Yahushua), now relegate Him and his literal teachings to allegories and myths.  What’s even more alarming is the corrupt deceivers are leading so many others astray and confusing them.    Eye  point out these things in hopes to awaken some from their strong delusion.   We are seeing a role reversal; scientists are proving the ancient fundamental teachings of Jesus and the prophets are relevant, deceived ministers seems to be on a mission to prove their irrelevance.  I am sure this is part of the falling away from the faith.

Don’t Stop Praying!!!    Pray out loud with passion daily.  Pray like you have lost your mind or until you lose your mind…and allow the mind of Christ to prevail.  I guess the Bible and other holy books are correct.  After a good period of prayer, just listen. Here is a verse in the Bible that instructs us how we should pray.  There is actually science to back it up.

“The fervent (dzay’los = zeal, heated, to be hot, boiling; heartfelt. Strong emotions) effectual (energeh-o = energy, to be active, doing, movement, operation, working; effect. Energetic) prayer of the righteous avails much.” James 5:16

The above ancient form of prayer and intercession is often criticized, discouraged, seen as fanaticism, emotionalism and is rarely seen today among contemporary western Christians. We have become so proper, correct, and afraid of criticism. Most just sound off nice empty powerless words from their lips with little intent or emotions.


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