Praying is addressing the Divine.


It's like talking with someone who loves you and wants the best for you. Prayer becomes the form of this dialogue.

There are prayers with pre-established magic forms or formulas and others with free form, which spring spontaneously from the heart and thought. The good thing is that both forms acquire validity by the sincere spirit of the one who prays.




Our father who art in Heaven.

Hallowed be thy name.

Your Kingdom come to us.

Your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.

Forgive us our debts, just as we forgive our debtors.

Do not let us fall into temptation, but deliver us from all evil. Amen.

Note: This prayer was bequeathed by Our Lord the Christ and contains seven sacred petitions for the devotees of the path to ask the Most High for grace.

We Christians have to do the will of the Father, on earth as it is in Heaven, but generally men call and invoke the Father so that He does their will, that is, on the contrary.


The Our Father prayer in Matthew - Ch. 6


Mt 6: 5 When you pray, do not be like hypocrites, who love to pray standing up in synagogues and on street corners, to be seen by men. Truly I tell you that they already have their reward.

Mt 6: 6 But you, when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you.

Mt 6: 7 And when praying, do not use vain repetitions, like the Gentiles, who think that they will be heard by their talk.

Mt 6: 8 Therefore do not become like them, because your Father knows what things you need before you ask him.

Mt 6: 9-13 You therefore pray like this:

Our father who art in Heaven:

Hallowed be your name, your kingdom come,

Thy will be done, in heaven and on earth.

Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive our debts, just as we forgive our debtors.

And do not lead us into temptation,

But deliver us from evil.

For yours is the kingdom, the power, and the glory forever.



This last part is added in some publications of the Bible, of the Reyna-Valera translation, such as the present one, a custom that dates back to the dawn of Christianity and survived in the Middle Ages, even the Hebrew words corresponding to the tree of the sephirot —with Judeo-Christian syncretism— and thus they call the kingdom: Malkuth; to power: Chesed, and to glory: Geburah.


It was said like this: Tibi sunt Malkut, Chesed et Geburah per aeonas. Amen.

Actually, the prayer has undergone changes over the centuries and the versions of the exalted evangelists Matthew and Luke are usually mixed, but it is a fact that the original of the Vulgate - St. Jerome's translation of the Bible, from the Greek and Hebrew into vulgar Latin, from which its name comes — where this passage from Saint Matthew is recorded, it clearly says: Our supersubstantial bread, give us today.

Here are several versions of this sacred prayer, just for illustration purposes, because we understand that it is best to pray with devotion, with the heart, whatever version one adopts.

The version above tries to be as literal as possible from its translation from Latin, choosing to include the words of Saint Luke. Our daily bread, give it to us today.


Our Father in latin


Evangelium secundum Mathaeus (6:9-15)

Pater noster qui in caelis es

sanctificetur nomen tuum

veniat regnum tuum

fiat voluntas tua sicut in caelo et in terra

panem nostrum supersubstantialem da nobis hodie

et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut et nos dimisimus debitoribus nostris

et ne inducas nos in temptationem

sed libera nos a malo.



(Taken from a devotional work from the 18th century)

Pater noster, qui es in caelis:

sanctificetur nomen tuum:

adveniat regnum tuum:

fiat voluntas tua, sicut in caelo, et in terra.

Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie:

et dimitte nobis debita nostra, sicut et nos dimisimus debitoribus nostris.

Et ne inducas nos in temptationem:

sed libera nos a malo.




Evangelium Secundum Lucas (11:2-4)

Pater sanctificetur nomen tuum

adveniat regnum tuum

panem nostrum cotidianum da nobis cotidie

et dimitte nobis peccata nostra siquidem et ipsi dimittimus omni debenti nobis

et ne nos inducas in temptationem.









God save you Mary,

full of grace,

the Lord is with you,

blessed are you among women,

and blessed is the fruit of your womb Jesus.

Holy Mary, mother of God,

pray for us sinners;

now and at the hour of our death. Amen.




— To normalize the mind —


Blessed be the Father, blessed be the Son, and blessed be the Holy Spirit. Blessed be our Divine Mother and blessed are the Christified Masters...

Before God and before men I recognize that I am human and I make mistakes...

And trusting in the affection of my Divine Mother, I ask her deep forgiveness for all my mistakes and my faults.

And I also sincerely forgive myself as her imperfect son, and thus I free myself of the pride of believing myself superior and not forgiving mistakes, neither in myself nor in others.

And forgiving and forgetting my past mistakes, I look forward and follow her Maternal Path of correction, of spiritual righteousness...

The sacred middle way, straight through the center, without turning to the left or to the right, as the wise Solomon said... So that his Son, the Christ, may be incarnate in my heart.

Out of mercy, loving Mother, we pray that your Son the Christ be formed in us!

I avoid the sin of pride of considering myself so wonderful that I cannot and should not make mistakes, and that they laugh at me and look ridiculous in front of others, because we are all ridiculous and make mistakes before Divine Justice. Only the heavenly Father is perfect!

And kissing the feet of Christ, I ask for his loving forgiveness... and looking forward I also forgive myself, and I forgive others with all my heart...

And I ask the Father of all Paternities for his blessed grace and mercy, so that my debts may also be forgiven.

I tear the thorn of hatred and revenge that hurts my heart and robs me of the peace of my soul...

I forget my grudges and bad wills ... and I forgive my aggressors and debtors —those who owe it to me— with true Christian love, intimately, sincerely and without deceiving myself. The Father sees everything, nothing escapes him...

And I pray to my Divine Mother, to destroy with her devouring fire the true causes of my unease.

Let them reduce to ashes those "selves", those "myself" or demons of pride, anger, self-love, arrogance, revenge, envy, hatred, ill will, etc.

Be burned and dead! May the Light of the opposite virtues be recovered! Amen.

Blessed are my detractors and those who hate me, for sadly those who seek hatred have no peace in life, and are worthy of our greatest Christian compassion ...

To the extent that we forgive, we will be forgiven… Help me Holy Father, help me to forgive! Free me from cruelty and revenge!

Have compassion and give me the peace of goodwill ... the peace of the calm heart! Blessed be the heavenly Father who loves us all, good and bad alike...

And he makes the sun rise for the just and also for us, sinners... Who are called to repentance by his Son, the Christ.

In mercy, loving Father, we pray that your Son, The Christ be formed in us!

So, I forget my past sorrows and forgive the world for its cruel fallacy...

And I better take refuge in the God that I adore, who turns my tears into gold...

Blessed be the heavenly Father and his Son the Christ, and blessed be the practice of his triple Path of Liberation:

"Whoever wants to come after me, deny himself, take up his cross and follow me." Amen.

Help me, Holy Father, to serve others —beginning with my family— without expecting anything in return...

Blessed be the Mercy of the Father of all Paternities, who truly protects us from negative thoughts, feelings, words and deeds...

Blessed are the Divine Hierarchies that serve the Most High.

We invoke their protection, with much veneration and respect!

Blessed be Jesus Christ,


IEU, IEU, IEU. [only vowels]

S, S, S. [only consonants]

May there be peace in your Sanctuary, Jerusalem!...

Blessed be good will: "Glory to God in the highest and peace on earth to men of good will!"

Blessed be the love of Christ forever and ever... Amen.

May it be fulfilled, may it be carried out, may it crystallize, may it be, may it be, may it be!


( Our father)

Amen, Amen, Amen.





—Nag Hammadi I, Cover —


Give me your light, give me your mercy!

My redeemer, save me! Because I am yours: the one who has emerged from you.

You are my mind; ride me!

You are my Temple of treasures; open it for me!

You are my fullness; lead me to you!

You are my rest; give me the unattainable perfect!

I invoke you, who You are and who You were, in the Name above all names, through Jesus Christ, the Lord of lords, the King of the centuries ...

Give me your gifts —you will not regret it— through the Son of man, and the Holy Spirit, the defender of Truth.

Give me authority when I ask for it; give me health for my body when I ask for it through the Evangelists, and save my eternal luminous soul and my spirit.

And the Firstborn of the Spirit or Fullness of grace, Reveal it to my mind!

Grant me what no angel's eye has seen, nor a ruler's ear has heard, and what has not entered the human heart, and which became angelic and modeled in the image of the "God-Soul", when it was formed in the beginning because I have faith and hope...

And put on me your Beloved, the Chosen One, and the blessed Greatness, the Firstborn, the First existent, and the wonderful Mystery of your Temple.

For yours is the power and the glory and the praise and the greatness forever. Amen.