In a broad sense, Spiritual meditation is similar to prayer in that, whilst meditating, you reflect from a mindful place of peace on the silence around yourself. The intention of Spiritual meditation is to assist you in strengthening and deepening your connection with God, the Universe, a greater power or your infinite inner consciousness. The intentions you set for your ‘prayer’ are personal to you and will be born from your own set of ideals, experiences and values. Traditionally, Spiritual meditation is practised in Eastern religions, such as Hinduism and Daoism, and in Christian faith. Spiritual meditation can also be found to be practised historically, and in modern times, by people or groups who hold non-religious spiritual beliefs or for those who seek their “God’ through Earth religions such as Shamanism or Paganism. Spiritual meditation can be practiced at home or in a place of worship. This practice is beneficial for those who thrive in silence and seek spiritual growth. Spiritual meditation is an experience that can take you to the depths of your being and help shed light on who you truly are. ‘You’, as your real self and ‘you’ in relation to your God, regardless of what God may mean or represent to others.