Definition of 'meditation'
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The latter can counteract anxiety and agitation, and has been shown to rise after yoga and meditation. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They used meditation and yoga to fill the hours and to soothe frustration and anxiety. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is found through meditation and inner reflection. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)One most important ingredient in the successful practice of meditation is to find what suits you. Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)This again is a rich time to be mined for prayer and meditation. Christianity Today (2000)Meditation has time and again been shown to have physiological effects. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Try breathing exercises and meditation to help defuse any angst. The Sun (2010)Meditation and yoga can be especially useful. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Meditation is part of yoga, but may be practised independently. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Oh, and a meditation on mortality and the fear of death. Times, Sunday Times (2008)African music is not all dance music, but also for meditation or religious ceremonies. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Towards the end of his life, meditation became increasingly important as he sought a way to die well. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Practices such as meditation can take the rougher edges off stress, if you can find the time to do them. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This can last up to 30 minutes, depending on how deep my meditation is. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both centres also offer other courses, including yoga, life coaching and meditation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Stress management techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, or relaxation exercises help to quell distress. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: meditation /ˌmɛdɪˈteɪʃən/ NOUN
Meditation is the act of remaining in a silent and calm state for a period of time, as part of a religious training, or so that you are more able to deal with the problems of everyday life.
The plane is also an ideal place to practise meditation.
- American English: meditation
- Arabic: تَأَمُّلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: meditação
- Chinese: 沉思
- Croatian: meditacija
- Czech: meditace
- Danish: meditation
- Dutch: meditatie
- European Spanish: meditación
- Finnish: mietiskely
- French: méditation
- German: Meditation
- Greek: διαλογισμός
- Italian: meditazione
- Japanese: 瞑想
- Korean: 명상
- Norwegian: meditasjon
- Polish: medytacja
- European Portuguese: meditação
- Romanian: meditație
- Russian: медитация
- Spanish: meditación
- Swedish: meditation
- Thai: การนั่งสมาธิ
- Turkish: meditasyon
- Ukrainian: медитація
- Vietnamese: thiền
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