The closest thing to meditation within the Christian Community can be found in Monasticism. Though one should not throw something out of a viable faith if it doesnt correspond with a personal worldview. Just because something doesnt fit with our worldview doesnt mean it doesnt fit with God's or His Will. Undrestanding the roots of the faith will enable you to grow deeper within Christ. Christian Meditation is not the same as Buddhist. In prayer and contemplation upon the Mysteries of the Trinity, Christ birth, death and resurrection, the mystery of the Eucharist (communion), and other holy things is where you will find true enlightenment and progress in your spiritual walk, but at some point faith and trust in God and His Word must override any sense of doubt. I would suggest reading the works of the Anti-Nicene Fathers, those disciples of the disciples who lived prior the 325 AD to start the journey.