Aramaic Lord’s Prayer Neil Douglas Klotz

The Aramaic words of Yeshua re-translated for personal awakening and world peace! WELCOME;. After our lord’s prayer, the most well known and loved teachings of Jesus are the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-12) and the I AM statements (sprinkled through the writing known the gospel of John). (see books by Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz: www.abwoon.com.

A significant part of Kilikevice’s ministry has been bringing the Aramaic language to people through dance. He draws upon the Aramaic Jesus work of Neil Douglas. with his work, Douglas-Klotz’s.

Neil Douglas-Klotz gives instruction and attunement to the first line of the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer. This group is a public workshop on "Aramaic Jesus and the Sufis" held in Columbus, OH during spring 2009.

Mar 07, 2015  · Below is a word by word, symbol by symbol, translation of the first line of the Lord’s Prayer, "Our Father who art in heaven" or Abwoon d’bwashmaya in "Aramaic" by Sufi and Religious studies scholar, Neil Douglas-Klotz, from his wonderful book, Prayers of the Cosmos.

Lord's Prayer(As translated from Aramaic by Neil Douglas-Klotz 2000) O cosmic Birther of all radiance and vibration! Soften the ground of our being and carve.

After it came up on this blog a while back, I’ve wanted to return to the topic of the “Original Aramaic Lord’s. s Words by Neil Douglas-Klotz. Let me go through the alleged translation of the.

Unexpectedly during a group meditation, I heard the "Our Father" prayer in original Aramaic, and it resonated in my body. The best accepted translation is by Neil Douglas-Klotz, Ph.D., a.

No musical or dance experience is necessary. The translation of the Lord’s Prayer used for the evening is by Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz who used the Peshitta (Syriac-Aramaic) version of Matthew 6:9-13 and.

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George M. Lamsa (Syriac: ܓܝܘܪܓܝܣ ܠܡܣܐ ‎) (August 5, 1892 – September 22, 1975) was an Assyrian author. He was born in Mar Bishu in what is now the extreme east of Turkey.A native Aramaic speaker, he translated the Aramaic Peshitta (literally "straight, simple") Old and New Testaments into English.

Neil Douglas-Klotz Decoding the Spiritual Message. Here’s an example of what Klotz does with the most famous prayer in Christianity, the Our Father; first the King James version, then several alternate translation using his technique:. Klotz gives us the Aramaic definition of "heart" and surprise, surprise, it’s the same as English. [On.

were inspired by the book "Prayers of the Cosmos," in which author Neil Douglas-Klotz translates ancient prayers from their original Aramaic into modern English. Some of the prayers are still in use.

We will use the Aramaic version of the Lord's Prayer/ Our Father as presented in Prayers of the Cosmosby Neil Douglas-Klotz, Ph.D. as the beginning point of.

the lord’s prayer. Overview; The Traditional Matthean Version (Roman Catholic) The Traditional English Version (Protestant Orientation) The New English Version (as adopted by the Church of England 1977) Translation from the Aramaic Peshitta Texts (by George M. Lamsa) The Aramaic Prayer of Jesus (as translated by Neil Douglas-Klotz)

Lords Prayer Translation by Neil Douglas-Klotz in Prayers of the Cosmos. O Birther! Father- Mother of the Cosmos. Focus your light within us – make it useful.

The Abwoon Network website shares the work of Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz and his colleagues and students on Native Middle Eastern spirituality, peacemaking and ecology, including work on the Aramaic words of Jesus, Hebrew and Native Middle Eastern creation mysticism and Sufism.The website is a collaboration between the Edinburgh Institute for Advanced Learning in Scotland, UK and the Abwoon.

Naif, I touched briefly on the Syriac Peshtita text a couple of years ago when a local church started promoting Neil-Douglas Klotz’s New Age version of the Our Father as being authentically based on.

Neil Douglas Klotz provides a 12 lesson, step-by-step, audio program to learn, not only the prayer in the Aramaic language, but also the full meaning. I truly love Neil’s approach to this prayer through his singing of each line and by having the participant feel the meanings through his body prayer methodology.

The Nazarene Way of Essenic Studies ~ The Lord’s Prayer ~ Translations from Aramaic, Origins and History of The Lord’s Prayer Aramaic (אַרָמָיָא Arāmāyā, Classical Syriac: ܐܪܡܝܐ ‎, Arabic: آرامية ‎) is a language or group of languages belonging to the Semitic subfamily of the Afroasiatic language family.

The Aramaic Lord’s Prayer– transliteration by Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz from the original Aramaic spoken by Jesus Abwoon d’bwashmaya Nethqadash shmakh Teytey malkuthakh Nehwey sebyanach aykanna d’bwashmaya aph b’arah Hawvlan lachma d’sunqanan yaomana.

1. The groups meet from 7 to 8 p.m. During the first six weeks, participants will read “Prayers of the Cosmos” by the Aramaic scholar Neil Douglas-Klotz as he interprets the Lord’s Prayer and the.

The Lord's Prayer: Syriac Aramaic Version. O thou. (This is a translation by Neil Douglas – Klotz from Syriac Aramaic, he has attempted to maintain some of the.

Dear Friends, This evening (Tuesday, December 25th), we’ll be attuning to the Mystical Christ through the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer – 7 PM – Unity Church in Fort Collins, 1401 W Vine Dr. – $10 to $20 suggested – our time will include embodied prayer, music and contemplative practice with the teachings of Jesus.

Apr 22, 2015. The original Aramaic text narrowly transliterated to English looks. Saadi Neil Douglas-Klotz offers an interpretation1 of the Lord's Prayer as.

The group will study “Prayers of the Cosmos" by Neil Douglas Klotz. It will also look at multiple translations of the “Lord Prayer” that the Aramaic language opens. The goal is to allow a more.

Jan 01, 2000  · Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz is an internationally known scholar in the fields connecting religious studies and psychology as well as a poet and musician. He is the author of: *Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus (1990);

Neil Douglas-Klotz Decoding the Spiritual Message. Here’s an example of what Klotz does with the most famous prayer in Christianity, the Our Father; first the King James version, then several alternate translation using his technique:. Klotz gives us the Aramaic definition of "heart" and surprise, surprise, it’s the same as English. [On.

“The Prayers of the Cosmos” by Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz, that he found something that made sense to him spiritually. The book offered Aramaic translations of works like the “Lord’s Prayer” that were far.

Jul 21, 2014. Resources used for the presentation. Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus, by Neil Douglas-Klotz Slideshow.

This sermon proposes that the Lord's Prayer illumines the path to a faithful response.]. Neil Douglas-Klotz, author of Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus, points out that the root ab-, which refers to the cosmic.

The meaning of certain expressions of the Lord's Prayer is greatly widened by. the Aramaic Prayer of Jesus (14 min): Neil Douglas-Klotz is now on Facebook.

In this selection from the 'dances' by our teacher Saadi, Neil Douglas-Klotz (links below!). The Aramaic words of the Beatitudes (and the Lord's Prayer) with the.

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Never mind that her piece "ABWOON, Call to Prayer" — a haunting rendition of "The Lord’s Prayer" in the ancient Aramaic. which had just hosted Neil Douglas-Klotz, an Aramaic scholar and teacher of.

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The Prayer of Jesus in Aramaic (“The Lord’s Prayer”) Transliteration and original translation by Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz from the Peshitta (Syriac-Aramaic) version of Matthew 6:9-13 & Luke 11:2-4.

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. several definitions of prayer and included a multi-page analysis of the Aramaic origins of Lord’s prayer, based on the book, “Prayers of the Cosmos,” by Neil Douglas-Klotz. Godbout asked everyone.

One of my older posts that continues to generate interest and discussion is a blog post about Neil Douglas-Klotz’s so-called “Original Aramaic Lord’s Prayer,” which in fact offers words that cannot be.

George M. Lamsa (Syriac: ܓܝܘܪܓܝܣ ܠܡܣܐ ) (August 5, 1892 – September 22, 1975) was an Assyrian author. He was born in Mar Bishu in what is now the extreme east of Turkey. A native Aramaic speaker, he translated the Aramaic Peshitta (literally. in Aramaic, has been taken up and popularized by Neil Douglas-Klotz.

Meditations on the Aramaic words of Jesus. The below translation of The Lord’s Prayer from Aramaic to English is taken from the book, Prayers of the Cosmos by Neil Douglas-Klotz.

One Aramaic translation of the Our Father. What follows is the translation of the Our Father (KJV ) as found in Neil Douglas-Klotz’ Desert Wisdom: A Nomad’s Guide to Life’s Big Questions from the Heart of the Native Middle East (2010, ARC Books, www.abwoon.org), with gracious permission from the author: O Breathing Life (Aramaic)