Self-Healing Expressions – The Lords Prayer in Aramaic

 
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The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic ~ Online Prayer Study Course

A Healing Journey with the Aramaic Lord's Prayer: Reclaiming the Mysticism of Jesus through His Native Language

A Healing Journey with the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer: Reclaiming the Mysticism of Jesus through His Native Language
by Neil Douglas-Klotz and Elizabeth A. Reed

This 20-lesson online course, guides you on a journey of healing with the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer. Many of you grew up with a particular translation of The Lord’s Prayer, a translation based on Greek manuscripts – translated over the centuries from one language into another. However, Jesus did not teach in Greek, Latin, German, or English. He spoke and taught in Aramaic. This course returns you to this ancient pray and to Jesus’ original language and original style of prayer. Become a channel of Divine love, joy, delight, healing, and peace by embracing the prayer of Jesus, as if for the first time. See what new meanings await your life!   [Learn more]   [Enroll]

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The Aramaic Lord’s Prayer – Printable Reference Guide

The Pronunciation of
The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic, The Native
Language of Jesus
The Lord’s Prayer
King James Bible
Aramaic Translation
By Neil Douglas-Klotz
 
Abwoon D’bwashmaya   Our Father who art in Heaven O Breathing Life, your Name shines everywhere!
 
Nethqadash shmakh   Hallowed be Thy name Release a space to plant your Presence here
 
Teytey Malkuthakh   Thy Kingdom come Envision your “I can” now
 
Nehwey tzevyanach aykannad’bashmaya aph b’arha.   Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Embody your desire in every light and form.
 
Hawvlan lachma d’sunqananYaomana   Give us this day our daily bread. Grow through us this moment’s bread and insight.
 
Washboqlan khaubayn(wakhtahayn) aykana daphkhanan shbwoan l’khayyabayn.   And forgive us our trespasses (debts) as we forgive those who trespass against us (debtors). Untie the knots of failure binding us, as we release the strands we hold of others’ faults.
 
Wela tahlan l’nesyuna ela patzan min bisha   And lead us not into temptation but Deliver us from evil. Help us not forget our Source, Yet free us from not being in the Present (from unripeness).
 
Metol dilakhie malkuthawahayla wateshbukhtal’ahlam almin.   For Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory Forever and ever. From you arises every Vision, Power, and Song From gathering to gathering.
 
Ameyn.   Amen. Amen. May our future actions grow from here!
 
Desert Wisdom: Sacred Middle Eastern Writings from the Goddess to the Sufis by Neil Douglas-Klotz, HarperCollins, 1995, p. 249. Copyright © 1995 Neil Douglas-Klotz. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Neil Douglas-Klotz and Elizabeth A. Reed are co-creators of the www.SelfHealingExpressions.com course A Healing Journey with the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer: Reclaiming the Mysticism of Jesus through His Native Language. Learn more about this course now.

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