Rosary— why does this happen when I pray?


#1

When praying the roasry about two minutes in i start to feel nauseous. This does not stop me i continue on praying but this happens everytime. Does anyone know why? Another thing it doesnt make me fear ethier.


#2

Could be demonic interference employing distraction via some nauseous feeling.

Could be that when praying, because you are being calm, it is bringing to your attention a sickly feeling that you would not normally be aware of, in other circumstances.

Could be a warning that you need to see a doctor.


#3

I’m not entirely sure, but I would not be surprised if it was the demonic realm trying to discourage you from saying the Rosary. I have seen this same kind of thing happen a lot. If you start getting other symptoms of illness, or if the nausea gets much worse, then you might want to see a doctor just to be sure.


#4

I also become very clamy and pale. the nausea is what makes me want to stop praying but i push threw .thanks for your feed back


#5

Check with your doctor.


#6

Are you saying it out loud, whispering it, or saying it in your head?


#7

I would say in a medium voice like wisper but a little louder


#8

Perhaps you are getting dehydrated. Do you sip water occasionally when you pray?


#9

While i pray no but throughout the day i drink plenty of water all my liquid intake comes from water no coke juice or teas.


#10

But i will try and sip water in throughtout the rosary and see how that goes


#11

I think it will help.


#12

Could it be that it is how or where you are sitting or kneeling that is causing the nausea?


#13

When i pray my night prayers it doesnt happen only with the rosary and with my night prayers i kneel to in the same position


#14

It’s probably the way you are breathing, speaking, etc. get a medical checkup.


#15

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