This page contains a mixture of program and non-program related material on how to meditate.
The practice of prayer and meditation is very personal, and often depends on one’s spiritual tradition. There is no one right way to meditate. Choose a technique that you feel drawn to and that you feel comfortable with. The goal is to develop a daily practice to improve one’s conscious contact with the God of your understanding and “to see to it that your relationship with Him is right……”
On this page there a various meditative techniques following several spiritual practices.
This book is a great book on meditation from a Jewish perspective:
This is more basic and general information on how to meditate and how to do written meditation.
This is a one page summary of how to meditate:
Here are basic instructions on how to start a meditation practice and meditation posture:
They are not program specific, but related to the meditation certification training that I am taking:
This is program related information on prayer and meditation:
This is an updated version with more modern language on how to listen to God and the 11 Step Practice of Quiet Time:
These are CBT worksheets on Mindfulness, which is one technique for meditation that is practiced widely and that I am most familiar with:
This is a copy of a book on meditation, for anyone interested in something more in-depth:
There is a Christian Meditative practice called Centering Prayer. Below is some information on that:
Some people prefer guided meditation. Below is a list of various meditation scripts:
Other great meditation sources