The Sixth Mystery: The Gift of the Holy Spirit – Meditation

This meditation is about 10 min long. Find some time to sit down relax and listen, when you wont be disturbed.

It may be helpful to wear headphones to block out distractions.

Simply relax, drift off and be in the presence of God through the Holy Spirit.

This meditation is called the Examine, here you look back over the day to feel the joys and sadness of it again. God calls us at our most inner being, the joys that we feel are that voice of God deep within us. The sadness we feel is the way in which we have chosen to be far from God. In doing this meditation we appreciate the joys of life more and more. Also the people who bring that joy too. If we can notice how we feel deep down inside we will be able to naturally choose joy each day.

 

There is more information about the Examine in the resources section.

 

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2 comments on “The Sixth Mystery: The Gift of the Holy Spirit – Meditation

  1. Jill Pryor on said:

    Do you have any tips for quietening the mind. Sometimes it feels like the whole world is in there stomping around when I’m trying to meditate.

    • hywelsnook on said:

      Try this: Every time you feel a distraction, just quietly notice that it is there rather than trying to block it out. If you try and block it the distraction just get loader. Distracting thoughts are a bit like your Paul. If he shouts that he wants a cup of tea (beer more likely) and you ignore him he will just shout loader. If notice him and say just a minute I’ll get one later, there is more chance he will leave you alone. Same with thoughts if you notice them they will go away for a bit a least. The whole thing take practice. Try this website to help:

      http://www.christianmeditation.org.uk/how-to-meditate/how-to-meditate2

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