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God and Meditation.

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Ronovan writes about how the concept of meditation is not foreign to the Abrahamic religions at all, including Christianity in particular.


Are you a Christian or even an Atheist and afraid of Meditation because you think it will turn you into a Buddhist, turn you away from your belief in whatever you believe?

Don’t laugh. A great many people associate Meditation with Buddhism because it is such a central part of that philosophy and way of life.

You’re already meditating.

Meditation, for Christians should not be something to fear. In fact, if you are doing as you should, you are likely meditating and not even realizing it. Each morning you should be spending quiet time preparing for your day by praying or talking with God. You are preparing yourself to not allow the events of the day to sway you or influence you.

During this time you are pushing the world out, those sounds and thoughts, and you are focusing on one thing, God. During these quiet times you may not…

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One thought on “God and Meditation.

  1. I think meditation is an open concept that allows people to lace it with their own personal experiences.

    For example, I never considered meditation to be “religious” at all but was simply a physical and mental technique to achieve a state of mind. This is perhaps the case because I learned it after taking years of martial arts.

    If individuals think meditation brings them closer to God, then that is well and good. I always found meditation brings me closer to myself.


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