Divine Whispers: The Essence of Bahá’í Prayers and Meditations

Prayers and Meditations is a collection of prayers and spiritual meditations selected by Shoghi Effendi from among the writings of Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith. The book was first published in 1938 and along with a letter from Shoghi Effendi suggesting that this book, more than any other, would be a source of spiritual development for the Baha'is.

What Is the Core Purpose of Prayers and Meditations in Bahá’í Belief?

How Was 'Prayers and Meditations' Compiled by Shoghi Effendi?

What Makes 'Prayers and Meditations' Unique in Bahá’í Literature?

How Do Bahá’ís Utilize 'Prayers and Meditations' in Daily Practice?

What Influence Does 'Prayers and Meditations' Have on Individual Growth?

How Does 'Prayers and Meditations' Reflect the Central Themes of Bahá’u’lláh's Teachings?

Can 'Prayers and Meditations' Be Used for Group Worship in Bahá’í Faith?

In What Ways Do 'Prayers and Meditations' Serve Non-Bahá’ís?