God cannot be known by the outgoing faculties, by the intellect or the vital airs called the pranas. He can be known only by the soul: like alone can know the like. When is the soul liberated? When it is analysed from mind and the outgoing faculties.

Sant Kirpal Singh


1.  Prayer Defined
2.  Prayer: Instinctive in Man
3.  Whom to Address
4.  A Direct Appeal to God Within
5.  Prayer and Effort
6.  The Essentials of Prayer
7.  Hurdles in the Way of Prayer
8.  How to Overcome Inner Difficulties
9.  The Three Types of Prayer
10. Loud Prayers
11. Individual and Public Prayers
12. Congregational Prayers
13. Place for Prayer
14. Prerequisites in Prayer
15. Time for Prayer
16. Occasion for Prayer
17. Prayer and Sin
18. Prayers for Others
19. Acceptance of Prayers
20. Need for Prayer
21. The Advantages of Prayer
22. Gradations in Prayer
23. What to Ask from God
24. Guru is the Greatest Gift of God
25. What One Should Ask from the Godman

APPENDIX:
Specimen Prayers
Prayers from Kabir
Ode to the Satguru
Hymns of Mira
From Dhani Dharam Das
From Sikh Scriptures
From Book of Common Prayer
Prayers from Various Religions

References