Does Christian Meditation Really Create Intimacy with God?
How can I use Christian meditation as a part of a bodybuilding lifestyle?
How can I keep my daily Christian Meditation practice going? I often get frustrated.
Deep breathing has many health benefits which include relieving stress, strengthening the immune system, accelerating the healing process, burning calories, and promoting peace of mind, among others. We don’t hear a whole lot about deep breathing unless we are practicing meditation or yoga-type postures.
Creating an Daily Hour of Power that includes meditation, inspiration reading, journaling, visualizing, affirmations, and other self-improvement activities can help you live with more purpose, direction, fulfillment, and joy.
Have you ever wondered what it means to soak in the spirit of God or even how to. This article Christian Meditation and Soaking in the Spirit gives both the definition and step by step instructions for this life-changing practice.
This In the News article explains the many benefits that Christians can receive from Christ-centered meditation. These include drawing closer to God, overcoming temptation, inner and outer healing, experiencing God on a spiritual level, and obtaining success in life. ZSHSUNF45EWN
Whenever I go through periods of restlessness, inner turmoil or anxiety, it’s not time to go outer but to go inner. Through being still, quiet contemplation, and Christian meditation, I take time to look inside my heart to see what’s pulling or motivating me away from my center in Christ.
I have been a Christian now for almost 30 years and can tell you that my Christian walk prior to practicing meditation and being still before the Lord doesn’t even compare to my life afterward.
I just have to share this miracle that happened on my trip to Hawaii last week. My very good friend and I arrived in Honolulu, rented a car, and drove to the hotel.
Whether you are looking for ideas on how to organize a Christian retreat for men or women, here are some great tips to get your started.
Aren’t all Christians spiritual? That seems like an odd question because most people equate spirituality with Christianity, yet it is possible to possess one and not the other.
I think that the question isn’t should Christians meditate. I think that the question that remains in the mind of many Christians is “how” are we to meditate?
Psalms 37:4 declares, “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart.” What better way than to get our prayers answered, than to receive it as a gift from the Lord for putting our trust in him.