In the latest edition of Share International videos, Benjamin Creme explains Transmission Meditation. Since there has been more of an emphasis on meditation in the Emergent, Purpose Driven, and Roman Catholic churches, it is interesting to note that this form of meditation is done in a group setting.
In Creme's book titled Transmission: A Meditation for the New Age, he asks:
"Do you want to help the world and build a stronger connection with your own spiritual nature? Transmission Meditation is the simplest way to do both ― at the same time."
The Share International website the book description states, "Transmission Meditation is a group service activity which 'steps down' the great spiritual energies that continually stream into our planet. During transmission, the Masters of Wisdom [demonic spirits] direct these energies from the spiritual planes through the energy centers (chakras) of the group members in a highly scientific manner. This process, which makes the energies more useful to humanity and the other kingdoms in nature, is similar to that of electrical transformers, which step down the power between generators and household outlets."
The video explains that along with reciting the Great Invocation, it acts as a conduit to link everyone together. The site then says, "The Masters re-direct these stepped-down energies to wherever they are most needed at that moment in time. In response to these energies, for example, nations that have been enemies for centuries may now find they can talk together around a table and peacefully work out solutions."
It is blatantly obvious that the interest in meditation in the Church is all linked together with the New Age movement. Creme says that there are several types of meditation, but the concepts sound very similar to transcendental meditation. In the second video, Creme says that the first step of all meditation is the same, and practicing it will eventually change the person. It becomes a natural inclination to want to serve.
Just listening you realize how dangerous this practice truly is. These practices are also connected with the meditation of Yoga, and he mentions it in the video.
If you are not familiar with Benjamin Creme, please be warned that he is heavily involved with the occult. He only explains the concepts and history of meditation, but you may choose not to watch the video.
(YouTube link) (Part 2)