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Is There a Wrong Way of Praying?

Updated: Jan 28

Prayer is a fundamental part of many spiritual practices, but is there a right way and a wrong way to go about it? In this article, we'll explore the different approaches to prayer and examine how they can affect the outcome. We'll also look at how your personal attitude towards prayer can shape its efficacy. Read on to learn more!

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The power of God is with you at all times; through the activities of mind, senses, breathing, and emotions; and is constantly doing all the work using you as a mere instrument..” -- Bhagavad Gita

No two people pray alike. There is no right or wrong way to pray. Prayer is simply a conversation with God. It is a way to express your thoughts, feelings, and desires. It is a way to seek guidance, wisdom, and strength.

Prayer is a personal matter and therefore there is no one correct way to do it. But there are some general principles that can help you get the most out of your time spent praying. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

1) Be honest with God. He knows your heart and your thoughts anyway, so there’s no point in trying to hide anything from Him. Just be yourself!

2) Be specific in your requests. The more specific you are, the more likely it is that God will answer your prayer according to His will.

3) Pray with an open heart. Be willing to accept whatever God’s answer may be, even if it’s not what you were hoping for.

4) Don’t be afraid to pour out your emotions to God. He loves you and wants to hear everything you have to say – the good and the bad!

5) Be persistent in your prayers. Even if you don’t see results immediately, continue to trust that God is working behind the scenes on your behalf.

According to The Bhagavad Gita, prayer is the attempt of a person to try to reach God.

Should you kneel, stand or use a chair?

When it comes to prayer, there is no wrong way to do it. Whether you kneel, stand, or use a chair, the important thing is that you are comfortable and able to focus on your conversation with God.

If you find yourself getting distracted when you pray standing up, then try kneeling or sitting in a chair. If you have trouble focusing when you sit down, then try standing or even pacing back and forth. The key is to experiment and find what works best for you.

There is no right or wrong way to pray, so do whatever feels comfortable and natural to you. Remember that the most important thing is that you are communicating with God and expressing your thoughts and feelings openly.

What are some common prayer mistakes?

Yes, there are wrong ways of praying! Here are some common prayer mistakes:

1. Not being specific enough in our requests.

2. Asking for things that are not in God’s will.

3. Thinking that we have to use “big words” or certain religious phrases in order for God to hear us.

4. Trying to bargain with God.

5. Having unrealistic expectations of what God can do.

6. Getting upset with God when He doesn’t answer our prayers the way we want Him to.

7. Giving up too easily on prayer when we don’t see results right away.

8. Being more concerned with getting our own way than with seeking God’s will.


No matter the type of prayer you choose to practice, it's important to remember that there is no wrong way of praying. Everyone has their own unique style and method when it comes to connecting with a higher power, and as long as you remain sincere in your communication, the result will be beneficial. Prayer can help relieve stress, provide comfort during hard times, increase awareness of yourself and others around you, and bring peace into your life. Take some time out each day for quiet reflection or conversation with God – whatever works best for you! Good luck!

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