There are also three meditation classes to lead weekly, and lots of snow to shovel in the wintertime.
But what starts out as an angry letter to an air carrier becomes a meditation on his layover in life.
In the end, meditation is not about exotic sages, black robes, and following in the footsteps of someone else.
meditation and yoga can help reduce stress, promote productivity, and encourage creativity.
The property has two daily complementary activities—in the morning and evening—that include yoga, Pilates, and meditation.
She told the King that she sought a quiet time for meditation and prayer.
She ate her dinner slowly, with meditation and a thankful heart.
Having concluded this train of meditation, he rang for Gibson, who appeared.
It was to me a soothing and a gratifying scene of meditation.
"I'll go look that young fellow over—re-survey him, as ye might say," stated the skipper, after a moment's meditation.
c.1200, "contemplation; devout preoccupation; devotions, prayer," from Old French meditacion "thought, reflection, study," and directly from Latin meditationem (nominative meditatio) "a thinking over, meditation," noun of action from past participle stem of meditari "to meditate, think over, reflect, consider," frequentative form from PIE root *med- "to measure, limit, consider, advise, take appropriate measures" (cf. Greek medesthai "think about," medon "ruler;" Latin modus "measure, manner," modestus "moderate," modernus "modern," mederi "to heal," medicus "physician;" Sanskrit midiur "I judge, estimate;" Welsh meddwl "mind, thinking;" Gothic miton, Old English metan "to measure;" also see medical).
Meaning "discourse on a subject" is early 14c.; meaning "act of meditating, continuous calm thought upon some subject" is from late 14c. The Latin verb also had stronger senses: "plan, devise, practice, rehearse, study."