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meditative

me duh tay tiv

  • s  deeply or seriously thoughtful;

  • The four-part suite, composed to celebrate Coltrane's spiritual triumph over drug addiction, ranges hypnotically from a meditative murmur to fierce shrieks, with Coltrane's tenor .
  • His book The Jew in the Lotus combined the chronicle of a delegation of Jews visiting the Dalai Lama with an investigation into the possibilities for meditative mysticism in a .
  • The burgeoning field is called yoga therapy, and its practitioners include psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers who incorporate yoga poses and meditative breathing into .
Quotes

  • James Billington in USA Today
    He handles language with the skill of a master craftsman, yet his poems are easily accessible, often meditative and surprising,Librarian of Congress James Billington said in a news release.
  • Chris Ferguson in Casino City Times
    I get a lot of practice (at being still) playing poker,Ferguson told Casino City during a break in the action. "It's just a very relaxed meditative state. It's not like I'm trying to do anything."
  • David Kay in CanadaEast.com
    The message is being delivered in a "meditative, peaceful, steadfast way," said Kay, just like the teachings of the Dalai Lama.

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