Walking in Divine Health: Engaging the DNA of God
In this meditation, we focus on our thoughts and the words of our mouth. As the Word says, words create life or death. We choose the words that frame our lives. And, they affect our physical being. In this exercise, we get to practice learning how to re-frame negative wording with the positive aspect of something that may appear negative. For example, instead of owing a sickness by saying “I have a cold,” we can learn to say “There are symptoms of a cold trying to latch onto me.” There is a difference. Once we say “I have,” it’s ours. By making small choices in our wording, it is possible to change what happens in our physical body. We can walk in divine health. But, it starts with our own words.
There are two versions for you to listen to:
- The first is the music with the instructions. Grab a journal to write down prompts to help you along your own journey.
- The second song is the background music from the guided meditation. There are places in the music where you’re instructed to use as anchors (triggers) for when you do the exercise on your own.
It’s suggested that you do the exercise daily until you feel there are changes. It also helps to form new habits that bring you into greater intimacy with Yahweh. The key point is to enjoy the journey and take as long as you need!
For more teaching on the subject of communion, visit Ian Clayton’s website – www.sonofthunder.org. Type in “DNA of God” and the teaching will show up.