Here’s a great blog post from a friend of mine (who is also an INFP).
Meditation has been around for thousands of years. Early pagan belief systems emphasized the importance of religion, and many large eastern religions still practice it today. Meditation is a big part of many people’s lives. It can be a way to achieve a higher level of consciousness, have a mystical experience, or it can be just a way to relieve stress and anxiety from a hard day at work. But there is a question raised for Christians in regards to this topic. Should Christians participate in meditation? Or maybe, is it a sin for Christians to participate in this practice. This, like many other topics, deserves a proper understanding of what exactly the subject is and what exactly is being achieved during the process.
What is Meditation?
There are a variety of different forms of meditation. We often picture someone sitting with their legs crossed and their palms facing upward…
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