This prayer is best said with a rhythmic chanting of the words and a pause for contemplation after each line. The phrase is from Psalm 46:10.

Be still and know that I am God.
Be still and know that I am.
Be still and know.
Be still.

Other Prayers

May I Be Alone by Frances Sheridan Goulart and Rabbin Nachman of Breslov asks for the solitude to commune with the Creator.