As a Christian, I believe there is a fine line we can cross when we begin to dive into the spirit world. If we are not careful, we can invite spiritual entities into our lives from these different dimensions that we’d rather do without.
I can say that during my meditation practice many times I experience a profound peace, love, and sometimes bliss. I don’t necessarily enter my meditation practice seeking these, but they are a byproduct of consistently spending time with God and entering into his presence.
I would encourage you to dig a little deeper, do some soul searching, and reflect upon what it is you are truly looking for. Experiencing different dimensions is just that, an experience, but what about the other moments in your day-to-day life?
Are you cultivating love, joy, and peace during these times as well? I believe a consistent meditation practice can help with these but as a way to help you detach from your thoughts and anything else you believe will bring you consistent happiness. For me the goal is to be joyful, just because it’s available to me and not because I have this or that.
Whatever you are seeking, ask God for guidance and direction, and seek wisdom over supernatural experiences. Let the experiences be a byproduct of a life filled with peace, joy, and contentment, then you won’t feel the need to seek other dimensions.
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