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Upbeat Spiritual Living: Peace Meditation

October 30, 2017

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This is the next-to-last piece in our series on meditation, based on excerpts from my upcoming book, Sacred Meditation:  Embracing the Divine.   Today, we offer a type of Peace Meditation.meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Upbeat Spiritual Living, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button




Special Purpose Meditations may be used to shift the energy of situations and places.  For any special purpose meditation, begin by going to your special quiet practice place.  Write down your vision for your desired results.  Include sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and sensations.  Be as vivid and complete in your vision as possible.


Sit comfortably and quiet your breathing.  Be aware of Luke 12:32 (KJV):


It is the Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom.


Feel your heart slow and relax.  Feel your core pleasantly melting toward the floor.  Know that you are grounded in the Earth’s creative energies.


Extend your awareness from your heart, up through your mind, and up toward Heaven.  Feel yourself connect strongly with the Heavenly Source, and feel the Source Energy flowing down through you, comingling with the Earth energy that is rising. Now you are in your most creative space, or state of being.  Now bring your vision of a desired thing into your consciousness.  See the images, hear the sounds, taste the flavors, smell the fragrances, and feel the sensations of your desired reality.  Sit with this multisensory vision for a few minutes.


Know that your vision is now true.  Feel your gratitude.  Give thanks to God. Repeat this step whenever you think of the situation you want to be different.




Now consider a Peace Meditation, a meditation directed at bringing peace, to yourself, to people, and to the Planet.   We live in times of much conflict in many areas.  Mass shootings and bombings shatter communities.  Nations disagree with nations, and supranational terror groups are claiming to be nations.  Even in the US, conflicts may seem to dominate at the highest levels of government.  Many yearn for personal, local, and global peace.


For your peace meditation, begin with contemplation or prayerful listening, using prayers such as this short prayer for peace, from the Church of England:

Gracious God,
We pray for peace in our communities this day.
We commit to you all who work for peace and an end to tensions,
And those who work to uphold law and justice.
We pray for an end to fear,
For comfort and support to those who suffer.
For calm in our streets and cities,
That people may go about their lives in safety and peace.
In your mercy, hear our prayers,
now and always.  Amen.

Now journal out your feelings.  Observe any change in your relationships over the next day and week.  And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm!



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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
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9 Comments leave one →
  1. October 30, 2017 5:50 PM

    Thanks for this meditation as I am feeling the world is too much with me.


    • October 30, 2017 8:33 PM

      Lily, I am so glad the meditation feels good for you. Try it every day for a while, or twice a day, and see if the World presses on you less. And let me know? Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.

  2. October 30, 2017 6:40 PM

    I’m going to try the breathing one tomorrow. Sounds neat! Sometimes when I pray I do it with images because it’s harder to think of words at times like that, so if I try the peace one, I might do it visually. That’s okay, right?

    • October 30, 2017 8:35 PM

      Jeanine, great! Yes, prayer can be wordless, like with images only, and so can meditation. That’s wonderful. Let me know how the experiment goes? And thanks so much for reading my pieces and commenting.

  3. annezarra permalink
    October 30, 2017 9:54 PM

    We can all use more peace! Thanks for the meditation. Now breathe!

  4. October 31, 2017 12:01 PM

    Loved this reminder – sometimes just breathing can make me feel so much calmer! Love the peace meditation! Now if we can get the whole world doing it!

    • October 31, 2017 10:18 PM

      Patricia, I’m so glad you found the peace meditation inspiring. Yes, let’s get the whole world doing it :-). Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.

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