The Science of Prayer
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The Prayerful Path

Many of us celebrate a religious tradition or spiritual path with time-tested spiritual practices, rituals, and methods of prayer.  Others, including me, find the study of all religious traditions to be a rewarding spiritual path in itself. Some who enroll in seminary do it not simply to create a new career path, but to enrich their own lives. Some of my classmates who offer counseling enhanced their backgrounds in psychology or social work by adding to their professional degrees. Others go on to pursue further education in theology. Some have become teachers. Still others have created educational centers or founded faith communities. The opportunities are infinite. 

Many programs throughout the country ordain interfaith ministers. Each has different educational requirements and length of study, but what they share at their core is an understanding that ‘all is One,’ and that there are different paths to the Divine. You are welcome to visit the web sites listed below, and if you feel so moved, to join people world-wide who have answered the call of their higher guidance. As Mahatma Gandhi said, “We must be the change we wish to see in the world.”

Links to several Interfaith Seminaries:

East-West Seminary
All-Faiths Seminary International
Holos University Graduate Seminary
The New Seminary
Universal University
School of Sacred Ministries
Circle of Miracles School

This article was reprinted with permission from New Visions Magazine,

Edie Weinstein-Moser
About the author:

Edie Weinstein-Moser, LSW is a social worker, interfaith minister, writer, speaker and clown, who finds that the peace she discovers on the yoga mat follows her off the mat. She can be reached via her website at or 215-249-9190.



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