From time to time we come across something that is such a blessing to us personally, that we desire to share it with the rest of the public! This is such a case.
A new collection of beautiful, original piano meditations has been produced by Joseph Simmons and is now available from our Online Store or look for it on iTunes, Amazon, Google Music, etc by searching "Closer Walk With God."
I don't think a word should be held hostage because of how many tend to define it. Personally, when I hear the word, meditate, as a Christian, my mind goes to, think on, ponder, and consider, etc., etc. I get the jist, but don't consider it a poor choice of wording because someone has bigger problems if they visualize themselves in a lotus position while drifting through other dimensions after reading the word. You're definately right though in that this world tends to define its meaning as something much different...sinister, but disguised in innocence as a tool for transcendence, personal empowerment, connecting to the universe, and even a precursor to soul travel, etc. Maybe you were considering these who may pop in, see and misunderstand the meaning behind it.
"Meditation" has two senses: the Eastern kind fashionable among foolish Westerners ever since the '60s, the purpose of which is emptying one's mind (as if that were difficult for unbelievers), and the Biblical one, which is thinking rationally about something, hopefully God's Law.
Now hearing music may be pleasant and relaxing, but let's not call it "meditation" unless one is a musicologist trying to analyze the form and content.