It is over 600 years since Julian of Norwich wrote that there is no wrath in God. Yet many still cannot help but envision an angry God, ready to exercise vengeance and retribution on those who fail to meet his demands. Robert Llewelyn maintains that we project our own anger onto our image of God, whereas the compassionate love of God is acting at all times to abate and dispel the wrath within us. Once our deficient image of God has been corrected - a correction the author holds to be ultimately essential for our final completion in Christ - we are freed to enjoy a more truly authentic prayer life. This is a practical book which pays special attention to the supporting role of the body in prayer. Taking prayer to lie at the very heart of our spirituality, this book shows how our spiritual life may be deepened and enriched through well-tried, though sometimes overlooked, methods of prayer from both within the Christian tradition and beyond.