You are what you do, repeatedly.
How does the traditional Christian liturgy affect our brains? "You are what you repeat," according to Cloe McLaughlin, who studies Christian worship at Indiana Weslyan University. Repetition and meditation have been a part of Christian liturgy since the birth of the Church. It can be found in the Psalms and Proverbs, and continues even today as an important teaching tool. We become "transformed by the renewing of our minds" through the ritual repetition of the prayers and actions of the liturgy.
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