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But we were at sea again, and we had the stars and the ocean to look at, and plenty of room to meditate in.
This gloom pleased him; he was in haste to reach some obscure and deserted alley, in order there to meditate at his ease, and in order that the philosopher might place the first dressing upon the wound of the poet.
He meditates a revolt, raises an army, and makes an attempt to seize upon the author.
These words pronounced, the lieutenant resumed his place in his fauteuil, stretched his legs and closed his eyes, like a man who either sleeps or meditates.
Grimaud, as we have said, had entered D'Artagnan's apartment, had seated himself upon a joint-stool near the door, like a man who meditates profoundly; then, rising, he made a sign to D'Artagnan to follow him.
I admit that I don't meditate, and they are incredulous.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Building on their earlier work that suggested people who meditate have less age-related atrophy in the brain's white matter, a new study found that meditation appeared to help preserve the brain's gray matter, the tissue that contains neurons.
My favorite place in my house to meditate is in front of my altar.
In another study, participants were randomly assigned to meditate or not.
I meditate every day for 20 minutes in the morning.
Kiev, Rabi'II 5, 1435, Feb 5, 2014, SPA -- Ukrainian opposition leader Vitaly Klitschko has urged the European Union to meditate in the country's deep political crisis, dpa reported.
In addition to techniques themselves, she offers advice on when and where to meditate, what to wear, what to expect when meditating, welcoming meditation into your everyday life, and tips for advanced learners.