Prayer Rope

Prayer Rope

Posted by Keighley on 2007-04-29 12:14:43 (read 10344 times)
Hi there, I am interested in purchasing two 300 knot prayer ropes. Can you obtain them for me, or do you know a supplier? Many thanks Fr. Tom

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  • Handmade Praying Ropes are collected from Monasteries around Greece. The prayer rope can be used by anyone who wants to pray to God. It is a purely Orthodox holy object (unlike Amulets for example). It can be used as part of both secret and regular praying. We hold the prayer rope with our left or right hand and move from knot to knot with our thumb whispering simultaneously or meditating upon the prayer.
     
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    1 - Church Banners and Flags Small Flag Byzantine Double-Headed Eagle
    Style Byzantine Flag with Eagle
    Flag size : 15x23cm
    According to the history Michael VIII Paleologue adopted this symbol after he had reconquered Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261. It represented looking towards the East (Asia Minor, traditional power center of the Byzantine-government in exile after the IVth Crusade) and theWest (newly reconquered land in Europe.)
    The double-headed eagle had in the two centuries of Paleologue rule become identified not just with the dynasty but with the Empire itself and, more generally, with institutions and cultural ideas outside the Byzantine Empire that still remained centered on Constantinople. Most obvious of these is the Greek Orthodox Church, centered in theory in Istanbul to this day, and so it is not surprising that the Church would use the flag.
    $8.31 100 gr
    2 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Wool 33 knots
    $9.15 200 gr
    3 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Wool 33 knots
    $10.06 200 gr
    4 - Church Banners and Flags Small Flag Byzantine Double-Headed Eagle
    Style Byzantine Flag with Wooden Base
    Flag size : 15x23cm
    According to the history Michael VIII Paleologue adopted this symbol after he had reconquered Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261. It represented looking towards the East (Asia Minor, traditional power center of the Byzantine-government in exile after the IVth Crusade) and theWest (newly reconquered land in Europe.)
    The double-headed eagle had in the two centuries of Paleologue rule become identified not just with the dynasty but with the Empire itself and, more generally, with institutions and cultural ideas outside the Byzantine Empire that still remained centered on Constantinople. Most obvious of these is the Greek Orthodox Church, centered in theory in Istanbul to this day, and so it is not surprising that the Church would use the flag.
    $10.50 600 gr
    5 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Silk 33 knots
    $13.72 200 gr
    6 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Silk 33 knots
    $13.72 200 gr
    Bead color may vary
    7 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Wool 33 knots
    $16.48 200 gr
    8 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Wool 50 knots
    $20.13 200 gr
    9 - Praying Ropes
    Handmade Wool 100 knots
    $24.70 200 gr
    10 - Church Banners and Flags Small Flag Byzantine Double-Headed Eagle
    Style Byzantine Flag with Metal Base
    Flag size : 15x23cm
    According to the history Michael VIII Paleologue adopted this symbol after he had reconquered Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261. It represented looking towards the East (Asia Minor, traditional power center of the Byzantine-government in exile after the IVth Crusade) and theWest (newly reconquered land in Europe.)
    The double-headed eagle had in the two centuries of Paleologue rule become identified not just with the dynasty but with the Empire itself and, more generally, with institutions and cultural ideas outside the Byzantine Empire that still remained centered on Constantinople. Most obvious of these is the Greek Orthodox Church, centered in theory in Istanbul to this day, and so it is not surprising that the Church would use the flag.
    $32.25 1000 gr
    11 - Christian Orthodox Life Watchfulness and Prayer

    Written by: Archimandrite Ioannikios Kotsonis
    Summary"Watchfulness and Prayer" is the first book from the series that is called "Themes from the Philokalia". These THEMES have only this message to send: "..It is full time now for you to wake from sleep".It is time for repentance and joyful mourning. It is time for Watchfulness and Prayer.
    $45.00 1500 gr
    12 - Christian Orthodox Life ABBOT HARALAMBOS DIONYSIATIS

    ABBOT HARALAMBOS DIONYSIATIS : The teacher of noetic prayer BY: Monk Joseph Dionysiatis
    $45.00 1500 gr
    13 - Christian Orthodox Life A night in the desert of the Holy Mountain

    A night in the desert of the Holy Mountain. Discussion with a hermit on Jesus prayer. BY:Metropolitan of Nafpaktos Hierotheos
    $45.00 1500 gr
     
       
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