What is Christian Meditation? It is focusing on God and His Word. Filling our minds with the Word of God and being transformed by the Holy Spirit to live out what God has made known through His Word (Bible). It is not emptying one self like many of the eastern religions but focusing on God. Striving to live a holy and sanctifying life. All really boils down to reading Scripture, thinking about the passage read and living out the principles of the passage. Here is a good article that I found that helps with meditation as a Christian. - https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/spiritual-life/10-ways-to-effectively-practice-biblical-meditation.html
Statism is the belief that we need to and give our alligence to government (which is at the end of the day a small group of people) our alligence is to be Christ Alone. There was an article about "Repenting of Identity Politics" from Christianity Today. Sure, repent from identity politics, but some people need to repent of Statism. This is why I phrase my libertarian philosophy as "AnCap/Voluntaryist" leanings. But I don't identify myself as a "Voluntaryist or AnCap" because that would mean that I'm identifying myself other than a Christ Follower. Hence, why I'm bringing this up, because I had to dealt with this issue for the past couple of years. I was trying to identify myself as x plus Jesus. It is fine that one leans towards particular philosophies but don't identify yourself as x, unless x is Jesus Alone. I'm mainly talking about Christians and one is "free" to be whatever they want to be outside of Christianity. But if one is claiming to be a Christian, they need to identify themselves as such, and not identify anything other than Christ.
In terms of speed and ease I do occasionally describe my philosophy as "I'm an AnCap/Voluntaryist" that is just because it is easier to say and write than having to describe that "I lean towards AnCap/Voluntaryism" because that means I don't really fully accept the philosophy, but I am in the AnCap/Voluntaryist camp, so coming up with a simple phrase other than "I'm an AnCap/Voluntaryist" is hard and about to hold down two jobs (I'm adding a part time job soon, whenever that is, I just sent out a bunch of applications at around noon today) and this website, it is about to be a little crazy in my life. So yeah.