The Silver Meditation: Connect With God In a Simple Way that Works

“Give to a wise man, and he will be
yet wiser; teach a righteous man, and
he will increase in learning.”
~ Proverbs


Like apples of gold in settings of silver, our connection with God is restored as we practice the simple words: ‘I am Yours.’ Reflection upon these words will lift you out of despair and place you where you belong... alongside God! This is what The Silver Meditation has to offer you.

Are You Ready To Know God?
  1. Make yourself comfortable.
  2. Seated positions are fine
  3. Close your eyes. In your mind, say the words: ‘I am Yours’
  4. Practice for 1-minute
The idea behind meditation is to get comfortable with just being. Ironically, this is what we desire most but do our best to avoid. Why? Because we want power and control, not peace of spirit. All that’s about to change.


The truth is, we belong to God. The Silver Meditation reminds you of this relationship. When you say the words ‘I am Yours,’ you are letting go of control. You are surrendering your authority and turning it over to the only real authority there is... God.

When you get this, really get it, you will smile inwardly as you reclaim your status as child of God. When this happens, you will have glimpsed the face of God and you will know Him aright.


Step’s 1 and 2 above are self explanatory. You want to be comfortable and undisturbed for at least 1 minute. Why 1-minute? Because it’s better to start small and work your way up. Step 3 brings in The Silver Meditation. After closing your eyes for a second or two, say the words: ‘I am Yours.’ Then, and this is important, rest and do nothing.

Thoughts will come and go. Let them. Here is where we let go of our tight grip on the world and place the burden upon God, who is more than happy to bear it. The good news is, you don't have to carry the world anymore! The key at this step is to say the words and gently bring them back to mind when you feel you are drifting off. There is nothing more to it than this.


The answer’s easy - you’ll feel deep contentment. This may be the first time you are asked to do nothing. People have strange reactions to doing nothing. This is because their minds are always racing with the problems and worries of the day.

You'll find it a fascinating experience witnessing your thoughts, none of which in the scheme of things holds much importance. You'll notice this more and more as you exchange the burden of the world, for the peace of God.


Meditation is a gift you give yourself to know peace. Most people feel OK in the morning. It's the end of the day when the mind races and the importance of the world takes center stage. It's at this time meditation can be most helpful.

Whenever stress starts to build and the world starts to claim you, it's a good time to find 1-minute to meditate if you can. This is what will keep you centered and calm in the midst of the storm. When you are centered in God there's not much the world can throw at you that you won’t be able to face, because you won’t be facing it alone.

Yours in peace,
Edward Weiss

Ready for more peace in your life? To have a peaceful life... place it in God’s hands. Children do this and are supremely happy. Adults forget to do it, and search the world for the peace they once had. Fortunately, there is The Golden Prayer. Click the link to learn more. Your search for peace is over!


  1. Why do some people want power and control? I often wonder this. Why don’t they realize there’s nothing in these two things? They are illusions that don’t bring you happiness or peace of mind. The more you try to grab control the less you actually have.

  2. If everyone in the world would meditate more often (daily if possible) this whole world would be so much better. Meditation, whether it’s the Silver meditation or almost any other form, connects us to a higher self and calms us, allowing us to think better and act in better ways.

  3. This type of meditation has helped me become stronger mentally. I’ve been through a lot in my life and I certainly need all the help I can get. I’m now using this very often to calm myself down and understand that this too shall pass.

  4. I think anyone can find 1-2 minutes to meditate. Most people don’t want to do it because they think it’s this weird thing, that’s hard to do and that’s not true. Meditation just calms your mind and helps you be at one with the source.

  5. As soon as I realized I am not alone, I am never alone, something clicked in my mind. I now know that everything that comes in my life, no matter how hard it seems to hit me in the moment, will soon pass. I just have to surrender and let Him take care of me.


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