7 Points of Mediation by Natasha Davis
Amazingly we spend more time inside of your home than we do outside of our family. Our thoughts are like a house where words abide. We spend more time in our heads and in our thoughts than speaking or talking with others. What we meditate on is crucial.
What is meditation?
- Meditation is pondering, considering, or a series of words that you can see and hear.
- It can also be described as a movie reel projection, a film or production in your mind.
- Meditation is also noticing and perceiving.
When do you meditate?
- Personally, I meditate more clearly in the morning. The experience is like waves coming in from the ocean. Thoughts settle down in the mind gentle like a leaf or a feather lightly placed. It’s a topic I have been praying about, a revelation spoken to me in my sleep. I can also describe it as freshwater as a new revelation feeling.
- By afternoon and evening, the thoughts recycle what was downloaded in my spirit from the morning.
Disruption of meditation
- Stray thoughts are the ones that go streaking across the field just being unruly, planting doubt and fear. These are the ones you capture and cast down. (see scriptures below)2 Corinthians 10:5 (KJV) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;
- 2 Corinthians 10:5 (NIV) We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.
What Happens if you meditate on the wrong thing?
- What you think will manifest. As a man thinks in his heart, so is he Proverbs 23:7a.
- Your prayers can delay by wavering and doubting James 1:6
- What is faith other than what you believe? Believing is really what you have conceived in your thoughts, positive or negative. Meditating on the negative will only frustrate you and possibly cause you to function in negative emotions.
What am I meditate on? 7 Points of Mediation will improve your thinking.
Philippians 4:8 is a base; here are the points I have taken into practice. Meditating on instructions, strategies, direction, and wisdom, which are…
- True – not what’s fake or false nor facts.
- Noble – honest, loving, and speaking truth.
- Just – a character of honor, sound, wise, respected.
- Pure – free from every fault.
- Lovely – pleasing. Acceptable.
- Virtue – good report, quality of thought, action, moral goodness, excellence.
- Praise -praiseworthy or to speak in honor of.
As you use these 7 points of mediation, envision what your new house will look like, dreaming of how your marriage will get better and better. Recall what the Lord has already done for you and thinking about how much God loves you.
The rewards of meditation
- Rewards add value to you.
- Rewards cause progress. Your current idea of progress and is not the same as God’s. He has an elevation of thinking. Go back and reconsider what reward looks like to you.
- Rewards bring celebration! The Angels rejoice when a soul comes to the Kingdom of God. The parodical son received a party at this consideration to come back to his father. Meditate on how God celebrates, and you will experience so much joy!
- Revelation is a reward of mediation. You will address the experiences that cause you to hurt, doubt, anger, or confusion and bring closure and have peace.
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