2 Way Prayer and Meditation

There is a wonderful site that discusses in detail, including having instructional videos on 2 way prayer. Here is a link to the various documents on their site, which are very helpful and informative. If you would like to know more information about this subject, I highly recommend that you check out their website!

Beginning the 11th Step Practice of Quiet Time

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How do I begin Pamphlet

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This is a link to a website that also seems to practice 2 way prayer from a Christian perspective. I have not yet listened to them, but, I am posting the link here because I think that is offers a more expansive practice on 2 Way Prayer.

Here is the link to the meeting that we had on 2 Way Prayer:

11/18/2018 #100 Step 11 TWP

 

2 comments

  1. Thank you so much for this blog !I’m finding so much great information! My question is when I want to practice 11th step quiet time or listening to G-D do you know if it’s ok to turn on peaceful music?I find it calms me down but does that defeat the purpose? Is it then the music I’m drifting into and not G-D?

    • That is such a great question! Wow! I would say that it is fine to listen to music. Traditionally, meditation is done in silence. But, many people like to listen to music, because it is easier to focus on. I also think it helps me to not fall asleep when I meditate close to bed time.

      Focus on being in the moment. G-d will reveal Himself to you in His time.

      It is all good!

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