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Those who meditated had been doing so for four to 46 years, with an average of 20 years.
To wait for the boiling cloudcover to settle itself back into clarity, like Thich Nhat Hanh's glass of pulpy apple juice: the story goes, a child refused to drink the murky liquid, went out to play, returned to find a glass of distilled amber light--delighted, cried, look, Uncle, the apple juice has meditated, just the way you do
In a study of 62 black teens with high blood pressure, those who meditated twice a day for 15 minutes had lower left ventricular mass, an indicator of future cardiovascular disease, than a control group, said Dr.
1 : to consider carefully : plan <Here I meditated nothing but my escape .
Maybe if more people meditated before they saw the movie, you wouldn't have the fistfights.
Ram Bahadur Banjan, 15, disappeared on Saturday from a forest where he had meditated virtually without moving for 10 months, during which his associates said he consumed no food or water.
Last night I meditated again for the first time in weeks.
I meditated on how to revive a dying town such as this without losing the original spirit on which it was founded.
Aptly, if dramatically, titled "Tragedy, Sunburns & Still-lives," Anton Henning's second exhibit of paintings at Christopher Grimes Gallery meditated on the materiality and intensity of life.