Meditation, also known as contemplative prayer, is the prayer of silence and stillness. This prayer of the heart, is praying without words and images. It is a journey from our heads to our hearts; a journey from our ego (our false selves that our minds have created) to our hearts, where God dwells, which will reveal our true, divine selves to us.
Popularised in the secular world for its physical, emotional and mental health benefits, meditation teaches us to be in the present moment, to let go and let God do the work, and thus can have beneficial effects – lowering blood pressure, calming the nerves, and lifting our mood/spirit.
Meditation helps participants grow to know themselves and to know God, and thus to love God, ourselves and our neighbours as ourselves.
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