Christian Mindfulness for Health

Christian Mindfulness for Health

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Features
  • No background music
  • Voice only
  • Guided Instructions
  • Mindful Silence

Duration: 30 mins, 17 secs

File Size:
27.7 MB

Description

For many decades the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has supported hundreds of studies in association with the National Institutes of Health on the health benefits of meditation.

The studies conclude that meditation may help to normalize a variety of conditions, like high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, and other physical conditions.

Additionally, a person's overall health improves when a few minutes a day is dedicated to quiet time.  

A 2011 study shows that even brain matter thickens with just eight weeks of meditation causing people to think and learn better.

Today we know that health is due to positive genetic activity. According to Proverbs 4:22 health comes to those who internally cultivate God's word, and in John 14:23 Jesus says that anyone who "keeps" His word will receive an increase of God's presence. We can safely assume that if God's presence increases in us, we will physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually change.

In other words, our genetic activity will change due to the increase of spiritual power that supports the health of mind, body, and soul. Bible instruction offers far greater benefits than what scientist are discovering today.

This meditation is designed to help you focus on the words of Jesus, "Your faith has made you well." (Mark 5:34) This Bible verse can be mindfully meditated upon until it becomes reality in your mind.

Hebrews 11:1 says that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Now imagine sitting quietly, reducing the interruptions of the busy mind, then mindfully focusing on Jesus and the power of His words.

That's precisely what we're going to do.