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alex S

Explore http://www.meditationsguide.com for detail info…..

Tommy H
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Tommy H

The difference lies in the practice. The worship protocol was not spelled out explicitly, but has been modified and revised along the way. Many people worship blindly following what other people’s action in the temples or monasteries. In Asian countries, many people worship for money, health, power, fame, marriage, and all kinds of human desires. On the other hand in Buddhist meditation, the protocol is well described in the scripture, detailing the method, process, and result. The practitioners focus and concentrate to gain peace together, reinforcing each other in the environment. In Falun Gong practice, the practitioners are encouraged to… Read more »

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Jonathan P

Meditation and Worship are two totally different processes, in my opinion. My degree is in Theology and so my opinion has a good base, as well I meet to worship on a weekly basis. Worship is an act, a choice just as much as getting up in the morning is a choice. It is relationship based and proves our heart. It does not always come naturally, as our emotions will not always line up (i.e. we feel like worshiping one day and the next we do not, however out of the relationship with God, we honor him with our worship).… Read more »

Jason Leonard
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Jason Leonard

Where have you been looking for information?

Search the Bible for the word “meditation” and you’ll easily see, in context, it just means to think about something…to contemplate it. It would be spending quiet time and thinking about how God’s actions and words apply to our lives.

Worship is an action…it’s bringing something to God out of the depth of our hearts. It’s giving Him the praise He deserves…or doing something for Him that pleases Him.

In summary, my own words – meditation brings about worship by preparing our hearts to acknowledge God as being worthy and sufficient.

neil s
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neil s

Meditation does not imply a deity.

Mia
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Mia

Meditation can be done without belief in an external being or entity that you are worshiping or paying homage to. It can be about connecting with oneself and/or the cosmos in general without worshiping the cosmos.

noonehome2day
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noonehome2day

Meditation is like mentally “chewing the cud”. Worship is giving honor and praise to someone.

You may not realize it, but every time you give a hearty round of applause to an entertainer, you are praising and “worshipping” that person. And if he or she did a good job, he deserves it, I suppose.

God did an infinitely super wonderful magnificent job in all that He has done, and He deserves eternal praise and worship.

Praise the Lord!
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Praise the Lord!

Worship is praising the Lord. Meditation is praying one on one with the Lord. Both bring Glory to Him.

Link strikes back
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Link strikes back

Generally.

Worship involves making something important in your mind and thinking about how good it is.

Meditation is about clearing your mind of distraction.

Pierce
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Pierce

Meeting for worship is to meet to worship a god or gods or a belief system.
Meeting for meditation is to meet and have a personal mediation session surrounded by other who are also having a personal experience. To meditate is to look into oneself – not worship another.
I think I’ve got it right.

Rene O
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Rene O

It depends on what you are meditating about. If you are meditating on the word of God, then there’s no different. Worship is part of meditation. If you are meditating to clear out your mind, there’s a big difference.

The Reverend Soleil
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The Reverend Soleil

Meditation is generally a solo act.

“Meeting for worship” generally means you’re looking for an audience so you can show off how pious you are…

perttierkki
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perttierkki

Nothing, they’re both just as delusional.