In Joshua 1:8, God says to meditate on His word day and night so we will obey it. The psalmist says "his delight is in the law of the Lord, and in His law he meditates day and night" (Psalm 1:2). The Bible mentions meditate or meditation 20 times. 

The Old Testament two primary Hebrew words for meditation are: Haga, which means to utter, groan, meditate, or ponder; and Sihach, which means to muse, rehearse in one's mind, or contemplate. These words can also be translated as dwell, diligently consider, and heed.

Sites on Christian Meditation where you can find ways on how to meditate the Christian way.  1) Christian Meditation  2) Meditator’s Guide With Difficult Mindful People  3) Wikipedia  4) What is Christian Meditation?

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