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attunement

noun

being or bringing into harmony; a feeling of being "at one" with another being

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  • The condition of any permanent influx is that the attunement should be habitually and continuously lofty.

    Spirit and Music H. Ernest Hunt
  • But the higher the development the more individual the attunement.

  • This plan has been abandoned for one much more ingenious and effective, based on the principle of attunement, of which more later.

    Stories of Inventors Russell Doubleday
  • As I was in attunement with her, I began to see the scenes of her vision.

    Autobiography of a YOGI Paramhansa Yogananda
  • Thus this attunement is at once an avenue for our assault, or our sure shield of defence, according as its note determines.

    Spirit and Music H. Ernest Hunt
Word Origin and History for attunement
n.

"a bringing into harmony," 1820, from attune + -ment.

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