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A Christian Guided Meditation Script: Controversial Mini-Course

"For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and a sound mind."

2 Timothy 1:7

Meditation - A man praying in church

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If you don't want to read the underlying reasons and just want to watch the video with the Christian Guided Meditation Script, you can jump through all the controversy and access it HERE.

What You Will Learn in this Mini-Course

This is more than an article or a blog. It's more like a mini-course about healing meditation from a Christian perspective from someone who thinks about logic, instead of someone who blindly follows authority. My meditations are derived from everywhere, not simply from one holy book. There is a distinct reason why I meditate the way that I do. It has been scientifically proven to boost the immune system.

The reason the word 'controversy' is used in the title of this article is that sometimes, people like to point the finger at others and try to dictate how they worship the deity of their choice, in the manner that is approved, according to a set of rules provided by their particular religious institution. This can lead to heated debates about things that can't be proven.

We are going to dive into the world of meditation from a Christian perspective. The meditation will seem to have "New Age" type teachings, according to some churches and their doctrine. The churches that speak out against the new age movement use the term loosely as a blanket term that covers anything their leaders do not approve of. However, if we look at the definition

New Age

/ˈno͞o ˈāj/

a broad movement characterized by alternative approaches to traditional Western culture, with an interest in spirituality, mysticism, holism, and environmentalism. There is nothing in the definition that is controversial. People just tend to call this type of thinking sinful, without even questioning it. We are bringing up the term, 'New Age' because that is the closest definition to what we do. Yet, everything we do is deeply rooted in science.

Today, you are going to learn a little about the history of Bible Translations. I will take you through some questions to ask yourself... to think and see if things make sense. We will discuss the love of God versus a fear-based ideology. You will learn why meditation is important and at the end of this article, you will watch a video that has a basic Christian meditation script within it and have the opportunity to create your own or allow us to help you create one. Let's jump right in!

Prayer VS Meditation

Prayer and meditation are both unique spiritual practices that attempt to connect, reflect, and provide inner peace. They serve different purposes and are experienced in unique ways. Let's break it down in easy-to-understand terms.

Prayer: Think of prayer as a conversation with God, The Divine and eternal source of all that is. It's like picking up the phone and calling your creator to have a conversation. Prayer involves speaking with your mouth or with your mind and expressing gratitude, seeking guidance, asking for help, or simply chatting about the latest happening in your life. It's an outward expression of faith, hope, and love. Prayer can be structured with traditional phrases and rituals. It can also be spontaneous and energetic. The way you pray depends entirely on how you feel comfortable doing it.

  • Purpose: Communication with the Divine Source of Everything

  • Direction: Outward from you to the Creator

  • Form: Can be both spoken and silent, often involves requests, thanks, or confession.

  • Unique Experiences: Joy, Euphoria, Peace, Connection, and Serenity

With prayer, you are relying on God to do something for you

but in meditation, you are using the skills that God has already given to you.

Meditation: This practice can be as quiet as a serene walk in the woods, where instead of doing the talking, you're doing the listening. On the other hand, it can be as active as running a marathon, complete with sweating and body movements.

Meditation is about turning inward, focusing the mind, and finding a sense of peace, self-awareness, and wholeness within the vastness of the universe. It's less about asking questions and more about seeking to understand the answers that already lie within your own mind.

All meditations can also be prayers but all prayers are not meditation. Meditation, in my humble opinion, is like the updated version of prayer - Prayer 2.0 because it acts as a booster for your life. It can connect you in ways that prayer can't.

  • Purpose: Self-reflection and inner peace. Wholeness, Healing

  • Direction: Inward - focusing on the God inside you

  • Form: Silent or guided, often involves focusing on breath, sensations, or a mantra.

  • Unique Experiences: Healing, Joy, Euphoria, Peace, Connection, and Serenity

  • Some Meditators Experience: Spiritual Awakenings, Out-of-Body Travel

While prayer is a dialogue with the divine and waiting for something, meditation is more about actively creating your future. Both practices can overlap and complement each other - one leading outward, the other guiding inward - both moving towards the same goal of spiritual connection and understanding.

Christian Guided Meditation VS Everything Else

Picture a guided meditation as a tour through a beautiful landscape where you listen to a teacher leading you through a series of visualizations, activities, and or breathing exercises. These are often accompanied by music or soundscapes to help facilitate the process. Hypnosis falls within the realm of guided meditation as it involves entering trance-like states through focused attention and deep relaxation.

A Christian Guided Meditation is very similar to traditional guided meditations, guided imagery, or hypnosis with a twist; It simply adds a little faith-based ideology to the practice. Here are examples of the subtle differences...

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Guided Meditation: As you stroll along the path, you stop and take a minute to envision your future. The Law of Attraction states that anything you ask for, and believe, can be yours.

Christian Guided Meditation: As you stroll along the path, you stop and take a minute to envision your future. Mark 11:24 states, "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours."


Guided Meditation: Continue searching and asking questions. Perseverance will lead you to the answer because the universe will align with you. If you seek it, you will find it. If you knock on the door, it will be opened. If you ask, you will receive it.

Christian Guided Meditation:  Continue searching and asking questions. Perseverance will lead you to the answer because the God of the Universe aligns with you. In Luke 11:9-10 it states, "So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened."


Guided Meditation: Focus your mind on gratitude. Give thanks for everything and all you have. Can you feel the emotion of love? Can you feel the emotion of admiration? What is pureness and wholeness? Dwell on everything true in your reality.

Christian Guided Meditation:  Focus your mind on gratitude. Give thanks for everything and all you have. Can you feel the emotion of love? Can you feel the emotion of admiration? What is pureness and wholeness? In Philippians 4:8 it states, "Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things."

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Do you see what's going on here? The 3 meditation examples above are very similar. We are just adding an extra layer of faith to it.

A Christian Endocrine Healing Meditation

In science, the more statistics, studies, and proof you have, the more likely that you will believe in the material. This is no different. If you want to meditate to heal but struggle because you have placed that label of 'meditation is a sin' over your head, then here is your out. We are simply meditating in a way that does not conflict with our beliefs.

Let's Add one more layer to it and notice how similar they both are. This type of meditation has been scientifically proven to heal. It focuses on the endocrine system of your body.

The Endocrine systems, also referred to as hormone systems, are found in all mammals, birds, fish, and many other species. It consists of glands, hormones made by the glands and released into the bloodstream or cells, and receptors in various organs and tissues that recognize and respond to the hormones. When we focus our attention on this system, our cells begin changing. We will speak more about this system further along in this article.

Notice the subtle differences in the 2 meditation scripts below.

Guided Meditation:

  • Focus your attention on the area between your legs. Feel the coiled-up emotion of love gathering here.

  • Allow the energy to flow up behind your belly button. Feel the emotions of health. Focus your attention on it. Imagine every cell in your body in perfect harmony.

  • Feel the tingly energy flowing up to your solar plexus. Sense all of your organs functioning in perfect order. Know that you have the power to heal and feel that healing love in this area.

  • Allow this energy to enter your heart. Feel the love you have for yourself or someone else. Focus on your heart. Let love radiate in you, through you, and all around you. This is the substance that the unified field is made of.

  • Focus your attention on the area in your throat. Speak words of truth to yourself. Say, "I am whole. I am healed. I am perfect." and feel the emotions of being whole, healed and perfect.

  • Focus your attention on the energy surrounding your forehead. Imagine the life of your dreams. Feel it as if you are already living it. Experience gratitude for the desires of your heart.

  • Focus your attention on the area at the top of your head and feel your healing energy build here. Feel your life force pulsating and radiating love.

  • Focus your attention on the area about 18 inches above your head. Connect with the Divine source of all that exists. Close your eyes and simply be one with the universe.

Christian Guided Meditation:  

  • Focus your attention on the area between your legs. Feel the coiled-up emotion of the love of God swirling and gathering here.

  • Allow the energy to flow up behind your belly button. Feel the emotions of health. Focus your attention on it. Imagine every cell in your body in perfect harmony.

  • Feel the tingly energy flowing up to your solar plexus. Sense all of your organs functioning in perfect order. Know that Jesus gave us the power to heal and feel that healing love in this area.

  • Allow this God energy to enter your heart. Feel the love you have for yourself or someone else. Focus on your heart. Let love radiate in you, through you, and all around you. This is the substance that your Creator is made of.

  • Focus your attention on the area in your throat. Speak words of truth to yourself. Say, "I am whole. I am healed. I am perfect." and feel the emotions of being whole, healed and perfect.

  • Focus your attention on the energy surrounding your forehead. Imagine the life of your dreams. Feel it as if you are already living it. Thank Jesus for giving you the desires of your heart.

  • Focus your attention on the area at the top of your head and feel your Godly energy build here. Feel your life force pulsating and radiating love.

  • Focus your attention on the area about 18 inches above your head. Connect with the Divine source of all that exists. Close your eyes and simply be one with God.

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The Bible Meditation Controversy

My Belief

I believe in Jesus. I believe that He did the things that were mentioned in the bible. I also believe He did many more things. The use of the capital "H" when using the word 'He' shows that I believe Jesus to be God. I also believe that you and I are a part of God; We are gods as stated in the bible. I believe you and I can do exactly what Jesus, and others, did - Heal the sick, etc...

This next section is designed to explain why I meditate in the way that I do, without fear of religious teachings, why meditation is a gift, and why it is a scientifically and medically sound technology.

I meditate in such a way that it has no impact on my beliefs. My main belief is biblically based but I also use a sense of logic and understand that men with egos have translated this text over thousands of years.

My basic philosophy is The Golden Rule; It's a basis for every major religion on Earth.

  • Christianity: "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets." - Matthew 7:12

  • Judaism: "What is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor. This is the whole Torah; all the rest is commentary." - Talmud, Shabbat 31a

  • Hinduism: "This is the sum of duty: do not do to others what would cause pain if done to you." - Mahabharata 5:1517

  • Buddhism: "Treat not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful." - Udana-Varga 5:18

  • Islam: "None of you believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself." - Hadith of Muhammad (Sunnah)

I grew up in a double-standard cult-like church that taught that dancing was evil even though David danced. They taught about how playing cards was a sin, even though card games were not yet invented when the Bible was written. If you had a lustful thought and then died, you would burn in eternal torment - while at the same time teaching about how loving God is. Women had to wear dresses and men could not have hair past their shirt collar. It was a rule and fear-based ideology that wasn't rooted in love.

The 'elders' would often change the subject or try to discredit me when I questioned certain verses like:

  • Exodus 21:20-21: which talks about how slaves are property and it's ok to beat them.

  • 1 Timothy 2:11-12: Women should never question a man and submit to his authority.

  • Leviticus 20:13: Gay people should be put to death, according to Leviticus 20:13.

  • Deuteronomy 22:22: If you sleep with another man's wife, both of you must die.

  • Philippians 3:19: It's a sin to overeat but many church leaders are obese.

I think one of the most absurd things is when they take one verse and cherry-pick part of it but disregard the other portion - Mark 16:18: "They will pick up snakes with their hands; and when they drink deadly poison, it will not hurt them at all; they will place their hands on sick people, and they will get well."

Many Christians say that YES! We will lay hands on the sick but NO, we will not drink poison and handle snakes.

None of these double standards made a lick of sense to me. During the course of these teachings, the church speaks about how evil the "New Age" movement is. Likewise, meditation is demonic because it allows evil spirits in. Having Kundalini awakenings is of the devil yet getting slain in the spirit, speaking in tongues, and flopping on the floor like a fish were all the work of the Lord: God's work.

Getting Slain in the Spirit

Please take a look at the following video. I will never say that nothing happened to these people. I wasn't there and I do know, from personal experience, that spiritual things can happen to people.

You have seen the Christian perspective of allowing the loving force from God to flow through people. Now let's look at a different perspective. In 2019, I had 2 KAP sessions and experienced energy flowing all through my body. I know this is a real phenomenon and it is no different than the Christian energy flowing. It's the same thing. coming from the same source.

This source is the Creator of all that exists. Give it/Him/Her/They any name you like but this universal loving force is the same, across the universe.

Can you see how these 2 weird happenings are the same but with a little different flavoring? I am not asking you to change your belief but I am asking you to keep an open mind and refrain from condemning someone for their beliefs. Jesus is God and God loves us all, regardless of how we worship Him, correct?

Addressing the Issue

I can't speak about a Christian Based Meditation... with a little Woo Woo thrown in, without first addressing this ridiculous issue. It's something that haunts many Christians and former Christ followers.

My position is not to try to sway you one way or another - only to state my case and the reasons why meditation is the most wonderful thing that brought me closer to God than any church ever did. I still follow Jesus and do 'Jesusy' things and listen to Praise and Worship music. I pray to Him during my most blissful meditations all the time. All that being said....

My Bible Translation Disclaimer - This is "MY" interpretation of the scriptures and the argument, about why I can believe what resonates with me and you can believe what resonates with you, is shown below. I use the Bible as a text of enlightenment and take certain verses with a grain of salt. These writings were written by men, over thousands of years.

Before condemning me about what I am speaking about, please remember that Jesus clearly states in Matthew 7:3-5, "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye."

The plank in your eye

The Codex ( Codex simply means handwritten) Vaticanus and Sinaticus, the oldest versions of the complete New Testament have over 3,000 differences in the 4 Main Gospels, alone.

Some versions were written without spaces or punctuation. A classic example of how difficult it may be to translate is "godisnowhere" . Is it God is now here or God is nowhere? Without context, you don't know and without punctuation or spaces, it's even harder to decipher. Do you believe the bible may have translations that differ in their meanings? Please watch the following video. You might be stunned!

There are older manuscripts, such as Papyrus 46 from a couple of hundred years after Jesus. Just taking a look at one passage below, you can see multiple differences. In a word-for-word translation, idioms and phrases commonly used in Greek and Hebrew may not have direct translations so substitutes were made.

Papyrus text

There were also books removed from the Bible, such as the:

  • Apocrypha: These are books that were included in early versions of the Bible but were later excluded due to the beliefs of the day. They include works like the Book of Tobit, Judith, and the Wisdom of Solomon.

  • Gnostic Gospels: These texts, such as the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Mary, were not included in the canonized Bible due to their divergence from the beliefs of the people of the day.

  • Shepherd of Hermas, Epistle of Barnabas, and others: Some early Christian writings were considered for inclusion in the New Testament but were ultimately excluded.

All of these 100+ exclusions were excluded by people, mostly men. These men had egos, just like people do today. I am sure money played a role in some of these exclusions as their teachings may not have lined up with certain political views, teachings, or spiritual angles.

Why would they remove or ignore religious texts that were used for over 1,000 years previously? That seems a bit fishy.

The KJV Controversy

Do you believe the bible could have been translated in a political way?

Richard Bancroft, the overseer of the Bible translation process for King James Vi of Scotland, was an influential political figure and advocated for the suppression of nonconformity - meaning he would try to punish those who didn't conform to the teachings that he wanted to be taught. Before translating the Bible, he enforced conformity to the Book of Common Prayer, which was written by a man named Thomas Cranmer, who facilitated Henry VIII's marital divorce. This book of Common Prayer contained the Thirty-Nine Articles and the Sarum Rite, which were not written by a single individual but were rather formulated and agreed upon by a group of theologians and bishops during the English Reformation.

At the time, King James was criticized for his belief in the divine right of kings, which asserted that monarchs ruled by the will of God and were accountable only to God, not to their subjects or Parliament.

The Bible Spectrum

Let's try to think of "The Bible" as a spectrum of works. You have literal word-for-word translations that make no sense at all. On the other end, you have translations that capture the essence a perceived meaning of the text. You have different versions of the Bible, such as the KJV, NIV, Catholic Bible, and Ethiopian Bible - all of which are vastly different.

All of these translations throughout history were written with the idea to capture the meaning of the original author's thoughts and ideas but to say one version is better or more true than any other version is simply speculation. We read the version that is most true to us and disregard the things that don't make sense in our minds. This is why so many different types of churches exist.

Navigating the vast sea of Christian denominations can feel a bit like trying to count the stars on a clear night—there's a lot out there, and the number is always increasing! A broad estimate is that there are over 45,000 Christian denominations worldwide. So when someone tells me that Meditation is demonic or anti-Biblical, I try to view it as simply their interpretation of 45,000 interpretations available.

What is Love? What is Eternity?

Up until this point, we have learned a little about how the bible was translated in thousands of ways. Books were taken out or ignored. Words and phrases may have changed but the meaning is still there. The thought of the verse is still displayed. One of the main thoughts of the bible is that God is Love. But what is love?

Real love isn't the Ohh Ahh love that we feel for each other. It's not, "I love her because she does something for me." Real love doesn't stop loving because someone 'did something bad'.

Real love is eternal. This is often referred to as AGAPE – Selfless, Universal Love. Agape is genuine, unending, godly, universal, and 100% selfless. It is the love from the creator toward any being that is created. This love can be expressed through meditation, nature, intuition, and spirituality.

How much do I love my family?

I love my children so much that I would never intentionally do anything to hurt them. If they asked me for a toy, I would not give them a snake. If they are hungry, I feed them with a smile. There is no amount of money or anything that I would trade them for. For me, there is nothing on this Earth that I could ever think of that is above my love for my kids.

Likewise, I love my wife. I fell head over heels in love with her within a short time of meeting her. She is my queen. Everything I do in this life, if it's not for my kids, it's for her. She is my rock, my main squeeze, and my best friend. Just like my kids, I would not sell her for any amount of money. I would live homeless instead.

My family is my everything and this is typical for millions of families. You have this type of love for your family as well.

How much does The Creator love us?

Is there anything your kid could possibly do that would make you punish them for the rest of their lives? I have a 27-year-old son and let's pretend that he told me a lie when he was 3 years old. Would I still be punishing him for this? No way. It makes no sense at all. This is why I don't believe there is an eternal Hell with no escape.

Whether or not there is a place of correction after a person dies, is up for debate but I can say with absolute conviction that it's not eternal. It's impossible if God is love.

One of the following has to be real...

  • 🔥​Hell is eternal and God is more evil than Hitler.

  • 🔥​Hell has an end date and is used for correction.

  • 🚫​Hell doesn't even exist at all.

Let's pretend 1 year of life equals 1 atom. For reference, imagine how many atoms a grapefruit has. To make it simple, if these atoms were each the size of a blueberry, there would be enough to fill the volume of the entire Earth. A typical grapefruit contains 11.8 septillion or 11,800,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms. Simply use that for reference as you watch the following video.

It gets really REALLY SCARY past the 5-minute mark. Eternity is so vast, our human minds can't even comprehend it.

How Long is Eternity?


God is INFINITE Evil

As you were watching that video, did you realize how vastly and insanely large infinity is? Is it possible for an all-loving god to torture someone forever for not believing something that someone, here on Earth told them... for all infinite eternity? This is a fear-based ideology, meant to keep the population doing whatever a human 'authority figure' says and has no basis in love at all.

Religious dogma is a doctrine or set of beliefs, based solely upon the authority of a holy book, religion, or place of worship. There is often no leeway for any other ideas to be brought forth, such as subjective thinking, personal beliefs, or logic. If any other ideas are mentioned, they are often ridiculed as demonic, solely on the basis of the established teachings.

hell is absurd

Does this picture have anything to do with love or is it fear-based?

If God isn't Evil...

God is INFINITE Love!

Would you say the better likelihood is that you would spend all of those infinite years in the loving bliss of heaven, exploring other lives, or enjoying God's creation? Heck, even the athiestic belief of nothingness, after death, seems more believable than an eternal place of torture. Whatever happens after death, I am unsure of but my heart tells me that God loves me much more than I can fathom and eternal torture is not in the picture.

In the millisecond The Creator became aware of Himself, I believe that the entire intent was to create, love, explore, and expand His creation with enthusiasm. No one wants to be by themselves and neither does the creator. That's why you and I were created... To enjoy everything with our creator.

If God is everything and He created everything from Him, and He is all love, then everything that exists is a part of this divine love. You and I are actual manifestations of God. We are not apart from Him. We ARE him in human form, experiencing life in billions of ways! (quadrillions and quadrillions of ways if you include plant and animal life. ...and even Googolplexian ways if you include all the life in all universes across all that exists.

God is everywhere, running through all things. Some people call this the Holy Spirit. Others call it the Spirit of Truth or the Comforter. What I understand is that this divinity IS everything, exploring the creation it created, in an infinite amount of ways, for all of eternity.

So I guess I should ask, "If we love ourselves or another person with absolute love, are we loving God?" Yes! If someone else loves us, is that a form of God loving us? Yes! If our pets love us, is this a form of God loving us? Yes! God is all around us, flowing through us, loving us into infinity, far more than we could realize. There is nothing to fear and everything to love.

Love comes in many forms. See if you feel a little love in the following video. This is THE video that set me on a path to healing. I was sick and trying to walk around the block in the Woodbury Subdivision in Irvine, California. As I walked slowly, tears were streaming down my face, while listening to this song. It showed me the undeniable love of the creator.

The Conclusion of My Observations of Ancient Texts

Beliefs are simply thoughts we have that can't yet be proven to anyone other than ourselves. I believe what I believe. You believe what you believe. God loves us all, regardless. There are 2.3 billion Christians in the world and about 7.8 billion people overall. This means that if the bible is taken for face value, then WAY WAY more people are going to torment in hell for all eternity than will go to heaven. It makes no sense. I can't see that as a love of any kind.

What I can see is that God, the universal force that created everything, loves us all. I can see how the bible is inspired by God but men wrote it and there can be translation errors or even falsehoods based upon the beliefs of the day. We can use the bible as a religious text but everyone, including the church, picks and chooses what they want to believe.

A lot of things are not specifically mentioned in the bible, such as the use of chakras while meditating. Neither are the words/phrases 'trinity', 'rapture', or 'age of accountability' but Christians use them in their day-to-day language.

There is more evidence to support the fact that we can heal our bodies through belief alone, that our bodies are temples, and that God lives inside of us, than evidence to the contrary... which brings us to our next section...

Things I bet you didn't know

Chakras VS your Endocrine System

Chakras are a part of my daily meditation practice. I focus on them to help continue to keep my body in good running order. The Bible does not explicitly mention chakras but the Bible doesn't mention the use of modern medical machines either. Chakras are part of ancient Hindu and Buddhist traditions, rather than Judeo-Christian teachings, however, do you notice the similarities of the two pictures below? Instead of thinking in terms of Chakras, try to think in medical terms of the Endocrine System. Remember when we mentioned this earlier?

Do you think that it would be evil if I asked you to focus on your heart and feel love radiating from that area? Of course not - God IS Love. Likewise, do you see it as a sin if I ask you to focus on your pineal or pituitary gland and think about the things you want for your future and give thanks to God for already having them? Of course not! That's exactly how Jesus told us to pray.

chakras vs endocrine

In the Christian meditation script, I will be asking you to focus on your chakras.

The 7 Main Chakras in Your Body

Scientific research has shown that regular meditation practices have a positive effect on the endocrine system. For example, a study published in the Journal of Psychoneuroendocrinology found that mindfulness meditation led to decreased levels of the stress hormone cortisol in participants, indicating a reduced stress response.

The endocrine system is like the maestro of the body's orchestra, conducting the complex symphony of hormones that regulate various functions to keep everything in harmony. It's a network of glands and organs that produce, store, and release hormones into the bloodstream. These hormones, which are chemical messengers, travel through the bloodstream to different tissues and organs, affecting many aspects of bodily functions. Here's a quick tour of how the endocrine system and chakra system work together:

  • The 1st Center or Root Chakra is associated with survival and security and is often linked to the adrenal glands, which produce hormones related to the stress response.

  • The 2nd Center or Sacral Chakra, related to creativity and sexuality, is paralleled with the ovaries in women and testes in men, which are part of the reproductive system and influence sexual hormones.

  • The 3rd Center or Solar Plexus Chakra, which influences personal power and self-confidence, is associated with the pancreas, which regulates blood sugar.

  • The 4th Center or Heart Chakra, the center of love and compassion, is seen as connected to the thymus gland, involved in the immune system.

  • The 5th Center or Throat Chakra, related to communication, is linked with the thyroid gland, which regulates metabolism. Thyroid hormones regulate how your body converts food into energy, essentially managing your metabolic rate.

  • The 6th Center or Third Eye Chakra, associated with intuition and insight, is paralleled with the pineal gland, which influences sleep patterns and seasonal functions.

  • The 7th Center or Crown Chakra, which connects to spirituality and consciousness, is thought to be linked with the pituitary gland, the "master gland" that controls other endocrine glands.

  • Finally, The 8th Center or Soul Star Chakra is also known as the Seat of the Soul in many ancient traditions. It is believed to be located about 18 inches above the head, just outside the physical body. This chakra is said to connect individuals with the divine, the universe, or higher states of consciousness, acting as a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms. This is the only one that doesn't have a medical definition.

The Law of Attraction in the Bible

Meditation, especially meditation for manifesting things that you want, includes something called the law of attraction. This universal law is a very real phenomenon. It's even biblical. If you practice it, then synchronicities start happening that are mind-blowing.

Think back on a time in your life when you wanted something really badly so you started pretending that you already had it... before you actually had it. Then one day, out of the blue, it appeared in your life. This is the law of attraction working in your life.

Here are 12 passages to show how our thoughts, emotions, beliefs, and faith shape our reality.

  1. Proverbs 23:7 (KJV): "For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he." This verse suggests that your thoughts and attitudes can shape your reality.

  2. Mark 11:24 (NIV): "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours." This verse emphasizes the importance of belief and faith in receiving what you pray for. Positive expectations manifest positive outcomes.

  3. Philippians 4:8 (NIV): "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." This encourages focusing on positive and uplifting thoughts, which aligns with the Law of Attraction's emphasis on maintaining a positive mindset.

  4. Matthew 7:7 (NIV): "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." This verse suggests that taking action and seeking what you desire will lead to you receiving it. Your intentions and actions will attract the desired outcomes.

  5. James 2:17 (NIV): "In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead." This shows that belief paired with action will bring about results, resonating with the Law of Attraction's principle that positive thinking must be accompanied by positive action to manifest one's desires.

  6. Matthew 21:22 (NIV): "If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer." Similar to Mark 11:24, this verse shows the power of faith in the process of prayer and receiving from God.

  7. John 14:13-14 (NIV): "And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it." Here, Jesus speaks to the disciples about the power of asking in His name, linking belief in Him to the receiving of blessings.

  8. James 1:6-7 (NIV): "But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord." This passage warns against doubt, emphasizing that belief is essential to receiving.

  9. Matthew 17:20 (NIV): "He replied, 'Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.'" Jesus highlights the incredible power of even a small amount of faith.

  10. Hebrews 11:1 (NIV): "Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see." This verse defines faith and its significance in the believer's life.

  11. Proverbs 3:5-6 (NIV): "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." This Old Testament wisdom emphasizes the importance of trusting in God's guidance to make a way when there seems to be no way.

  12. Psalm 37:4-5 (NIV): "Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this." This psalm encourages you to find joy in God, promising that He will fulfill the desires of those who trust in Him.

Spiritual Awakenings in the Bible

When I meditate, I have spiritual or mystical experiences quite often, and let me add, they are amazing! Not only are they enlightening but I can even feel my body healing during these times. To say they are fun is an understatement. I have had one full-blown out-of-body experience as well.

Let's see if anyone in the bible has also had similar types of things happen to them...

  1. Ezekiel's Wild Ride: Picture this: Ezekiel, just chilling, when suddenly the sky splits open and he's treated to a divine light show. He sees these four freaky creatures that look like something out of a celestial zoo—part animal, part Uber driver, with wheels that could give Pimp My Ride a run for its money. Ezekiel 1

  2. Paul's Cosmic Trip: Then we have Paul, who gets whisked away to the third heaven—no passport required. He hears stuff so mind-blowing that it's got a "Do Not Disclose" stamp on it. Paul's left wondering if he was body-snatched or just spirit-traveling. It's the kind of trip where you come back and can't even brag about it because "What happens in the third heaven, stays in the third heaven." 2 Corinthians 12:2-4

  3. John's Island Getaway: John's chilling on Patmos, when suddenly he's in the Spirit and Jesus starts giving him the ultimate spoiler alert for how the world ends. There are dragons, beasts, and a lot of symbolism. Revelation 1:10-11

  4. Isaiah's Holy Sneak Peek: Isaiah finds himself in God's throne room, where the dress code clearly states "Robes Only." He's surrounded by seraphim, who are not your average choir boys. Isaiah 6,

  5. Stephen's Heavenward Gaze: Right before Stephen becomes the first martyr, he looks up and gets a preview of heaven's glory. Acts 7:55-56

  6. Peter's Divine Food Drop: Peter's on a rooftop, probably thinking about lunch, when he falls into a trance and sees a bunch of animals. Acts 10

  7. Enoch and Elijah - According to the Old Testament, both of these men either had mystical experiences or never died. These two were like, "Death? Never heard of her."

Energy Healing in the Bible

Does healing require faith? Can we heal others? Is it our own faith in the healing that heals our bodies?

There was a lady who was suffering from bleeding for twelve years. She had a thought, "If I just touch his (referring to Jesus) clothes, I will be healed." She believed and was healed by her faith after touching Jesus' garment. Jesus actually felt the power go out of his body at the moment of her touch. This story is recounted in Mark 5:25-34

This kinda refers to healing as using some type of 'Something'. Maybe it's an energy that we can't see but it can be felt. Maybe it's faith and maybe faith is a type of energy. After the lady was healed, Jesus said, "Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering." Doesn't this point to faith also being energy?

Jesus healed but can You?

Jesus makes a remarkable assertion during a conversation with His disciples, right before his death. John 14:12 (NIV): "Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father."

Jesus actually said we will be able to do things greater than He did! Wow! This is backed by Biblical stories and if we believe that God never changes, then this should mean that we can do the same thing today that they did yesterday or thousands of years ago. Here are a few stories showing that others healed people.

  • Peter Heals a Lame Beggar - Acts 3:1-10

  • Peter Raises Tabitha from the Dead - Acts 9:36-42

  • Paul Heals a Man Crippled from Birth - Acts 14:8-10

  • Paul Raises Eutychus from the Dead - Acts 20:9-12

  • Ananias Heals Saul (Paul) of Blindness - Acts 9:17-18

  • Paul's Healing Handkerchiefs - Acts 19:11-12 - Note: Did you know that any handkerchiefs or aprons that had touched the disciple Paul were taken to the sick, and their illnesses were cured? This account demonstrates how healing power can be stored in fabric. There are even scientific studies today showing that healing energy can be stored in cotton. Check out the work of Dr. William Bengston.

God Lives Inside Us All!

In my comings and goings, you might hear me say, "I healed myself." Some may wonder if I am referring to myself healing myself, instead of God healing me. The answer is Yes and No. I do believe I am a god and a part of "The" God.

If you look at the ocean, you know it's the ocean. It gives life to tiny microbes. If you scoop a glass of water out of the ocean, the water has all the same properties of the ocean. That glass of water is still the same ocean water and can also give life to tiny microbes until the smaller amount of energy is used up.

This is the same concept with people. God breathed life into us from his very own existence. In more than one place in the Bible, God says we are gods. Jesus also said it. Check out #6, below.

  1. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20: "Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own."

  2. 1 Corinthians 3:16: Do you not know that you are God's temple and that God's Spirit dwells in you?

  3. Psalm 82:6: "I said, You are gods.” This Psalm goes on to say that, of course, we are mortal and will die and we really know nothing, but God did say that we are gods.

  4. Isaiah 57:15: "For this is what the high and exalted One says— he who lives forever, whose name is holy - I live in a high and holy place, but also with the one who is contrite and lowly in spirit, to revive the spirit of the lowly and to revive the heart of the contrite."

  5. Romans 8:11: "If the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, he who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit who dwells in you."

  6. John 10: 32-34: Again his Jewish opponents picked up stones to stone him, 32 but Jesus said to them, “I have shown you many good works from the Father. For which of these do you stone me?” "We are not stoning you for any good work,” they replied, “but for blasphemy, because you, a mere man, claim to be God.” Jesus answered them, “Is it not written in your Law, ‘I have said you are “gods.”

To clarify, I don't believe that I have the ability to be God in my current human form. I do believe that if I had enough faith and belief I could actually move a mountain. I believe the universe is created and destroyed by thoughts and emotions alone. I believe that when my earthly boy dies, it will join the creator once again, in some form or fashion. I don't know.

Scrunching Everything Together

Alrighty! We have covered a lot of information today. Some topics are controversial, some not. Some are Biblical, some not. The entire point of all of this 'building up' was to make a case for believing in your meditations, especially if you are a Bible-believing Christian.

In the words of Dr. Joe Dispenza, "If you believe in what you are doing, then you can change your mind and when you change your mind, you change your life." So let's recap:

  • The Bible Spectrum - This holy collection of texts has many variations and translations to meet the needs and views of over 45,000 different Christian denominations.

  • The Controversy - The Bible will always be controversial. We are humans. We can't agree on anything that we can prove, let alone things we can't prove.

  • Chakras - These areas of our body have been medically proven to create balance and well-being through our endocrine system.

  • The Law of Attraction is in the Bible. Jesus spoke of this many times.

  • Spiritual Experiences are the Bible. Numerous stories are scattered throughout.

  • Energy Healing is in the Bible. Jesus even gave us the ability to heal others.

  • God lives in us all!

If you were on the fence about meditation, especially Biblically sound meditation, maybe this article made sense. If so, please continue to the meditation script. If you are a Christian who doesn't agree with any of the statements above, that's OK too. We are all different and on different paths. I will love you regardless of your beliefs.

Incorporating Meditation into Your Life

When we recognize ourselves as divine beings, fashioned by the boundless universal source, and acknowledge the presence of the Creator's spirit within us, it becomes evident that love governs all aspects of the universe. With the understanding that our bodies are sanctuaries for the Holy Spirit, and considering the divine instruction to engage in prayer and meditation, isn't it compelling to integrate daily meditation into our lives? Embracing this practice not only nurtures our spiritual connection but also enhances our overall well-being, aligning us with the profound essence of existence.

Verses about Meditation and Prayer

  1. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18: "Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus."

  2. Psalm 119:15: "I meditate on your precepts and consider your ways."

  3. Luke 18:1: "Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up."

  4. Colossians 4:2: "Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful."

  5. Colossians 3:2: "Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things."

  6. 1 Timothy 2:1: "I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people"

  7. Romans 12:12: "Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer."

Start with 10 minutes per day and move up to an hour or more, over time. If you try it, you will be amazed by the way your life starts magically changing.

An Example Christian Guided Meditation Script

Create your own or feel free to use this one, below - Watch the video. You can record them yourself or have someone record them for you. If you would like us to help you create your own meditation script that is geared toward your own life, contact us.

Last Words

Meditation has brought me closer to God and has created a solid foundation of faith in my own life. This practice


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