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So just what is Scripture Meditation?”
Scripture Meditation is a Christian meditation practice where believers slowly meditate on a scripture or series of scripture passages.
A regular Scripture Meditation, will help you to: 1) become an observer of our thoughts, 2) gain authority over our minds (renew), 3) reduce stress, 4) quiet our mind, 5) draw closer to God, 6) gain greater sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, 7) become more Christ-like, and 8) overcome compulsive behaviors or conditioning.
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Here’s What You Get:
IMMEDIATE ACCESS to the SCRIPTURE MEDITATION ONLINE COURSE includes 75-minutes of instruction and 30-minute guided scripture meditation for you to follow.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION (15 Minute Audio)
- What is Scripture Meditation?
- The Benefits of Scripture Meditation?
PART TWO: BASIC INSTRUCTION (9 Minute Audio)
- Preparing for Meditation
- Stating your intention
- Dealing with worry or other toxic emotions
- Memorizing the scripture passage
- Selecting a location
- Selecting a daily meditation time
- Posture for meditation
- Breathing during meditation
- Keeping track of time
- Repeating the passage
PART THREE: DEALING WITH DISTRACTIONS (11 Minute Audio)
- Distractions in meditation
- Practicing detachment
- Outside distractions
- The meditation experience
- Ending the meditation
- Dangers in meditation
PART FOUR: MEMORIZING SCRIPTURE (5 Minute Audio)
- Tips on memorizing scriptures
- Keeping your mind on Jesus throughout the day.
PART FIVE: GUIDED MEDITATION (30 Minutes Audio)
- 30 Minute Guided Scripture Meditation Recording
Includes:Progressive relaxation -Silence for repeating passage -Ending prayer
You’ll learn everything you need to start meditating on scripture in less than 90 minutes!
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