meditate

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English - Turkish
{f} (on) (-i) derin derin düşünmek
düşün

Ben sık sık yaşamın anlamı üzerinde düşünürüm. - I often meditate on the meaning of life.

Cevabını vermeden önce iki gün boyunca düşündü. - He meditated for two days before giving his answer.

enine boyuna düşünmek
meditasyon yapmak

Çocukluğum boyunca sık sık çevremizi gözlemlemek ve meditasyon yapmak için buraya geldim. - During my childhood, I often came here to observe the surroundings and meditate.

{f} dalmak
{f} düşünmek
{f} tasarlamak
kurmak
meditation
meditasyon

Meditasyonun Türk eşdeğeri nedir? - What is the Turkish equivalent to meditation?

Meditasyonun Türkçe eşdeğeri nedir? - What is the Turkish equivalent of meditation?

meditated
meditasyon
reflect; think; consider; meditate
yansıtır; düşünüyorum; düşünün; meditasyon
to meditate
meditasyon yapmak için
meditation
{i} derin düşüncelerin ürünü olan yazı
meditation
düşünceye dalma
meditation
{i} derin derin düşünme
English - English
To sit or lie down and come to a deep rest while still remaining conscious
To contemplate; to keep the mind fixed upon; to study
{v} to think, muse, scheme, contrive
reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
{f} muse; reflect, contemplate; consider a plan of action or intent for the future; do meditative exercises
If you meditate on something, you think about it very carefully and deeply for a long time. On the day her son began school, she meditated on the uncertainties of his future
think intently and at length, as for spiritual purposes; "He is meditating in his study"
If you meditate you remain 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 and difficulties of everyday life. I was meditating, and reached a higher state of consciousness
To keep the mind in a state of contemplation; to dwell on anything in thought; to think seriously; to muse; to cogitate; to reflect
To purpose; to intend; to design; to plan by revolving in the mind; as, to meditate a war
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Simple past tense and past participle of meditate
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Present participle of meditate
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A devotional exercise of, or leading to contemplation
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the turning or revolving of a subject in the mind
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{n} contemplation, a series of thought
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A technique of mind control that often leads to a feeling of inner calm and peacefulness, and may result in profound experiences of self-realization and transcendental awareness Meditation is a discipline found in many of the world's religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity, but it is also advocated by many practitioners of holistic health for its impact on stress-related disease (5)
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Scientific means of contacting one's soul and of eventually becoming at-one with the soul Also the process of being open to spiritual impression and thus to cooperation with the Spiritual Hierarchy
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Although meditation is most often associated with Eastern practices such as Buddhism, every spiritual practice, including Christianity, has similar techniques for the purpose of gaining insight, assessing and managing life processes (physiological, mental, emotional, spiritual), enhancing performance or to just plain relax These techniques include specific postures and/or activities such as sitting or walking, conscious breathing, observing thoughts and emotions, in order to attain calm, contentment, resolution or realization
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Private devotion or mental exercise consisting in any of innumerable techniques of concentration, contemplation, and abstraction, regarded as conducive to heightened spiritual awareness or somatic calm It may serve purely quietistic aims, as in the case of certain reclusive mystics;it may be viewed as spiritually or physically restorative and enriching to daily life
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A general term for numerous practices where one focuses awareness on one thing such as breath or a short phrase in order to quiet the mind
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Sitting meditation is a traditional practice at the heart of Ch'an Buddhism It brings about a deeper awareness of the mind and body through understanding our attachments and desires which can help make our lives more contented Meditation also helps develops concentration and calmness of the mind
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The act of placing one's self in a higher or deeper frame of mind that is used when doing magical work
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{i} musing; reflection, contemplation; act of meditating; act of deep thought or consideration
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In Chinese: Neigong "Inner exercise " Thought, reflection, and contemplation in order to train the mind, focus the awareness and cultivate the spirit
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continuous and profound contemplation or musing on a subject or series of subjects of a deep or abstruse nature; "the habit of meditation is the basis for all real knowledge"
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The practice of inverting the mind to pay attention to the inner silence instead of the outer chaos Other forms of meditation focus on the outer chaos instead This practice is accepted in almost all religions, but is encouraged most in Buddhism [For more information see http: //www spiritonline com/meditation]
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A mental technique, meditation helps to focus and calm the mind, creating a restful state of physical being
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The practice of quiet contemplation Usually done by an individual sitting down and working on emptying her mind and just being present
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a structured practice, often involving a specific physical posture and breathing pattern, that can help reduce stress and increase awareness
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A technique of mind control that leads to inner feelings of calm and peacefulness and may result in experiences of transcendental awareness and self-realization The two main types of meditation are: (1) the focusing type, similar to self-hypnosis, in which the meditator focuses on a repetitive sound or chant, an image, or pattern of breathing; (2) the "opening-up" type which emphasizes the detached observation of mental events as they occur (see Meditation)
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A devotional exercise of or leading to contemplation
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Thought; without regard to kind
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A relaxation technique that achieves a state of profound relaxation, inner harmony, and increased mental awareness through focsing on the breath, a word, an object, a silent prayer, etc
meditation
Scientific means of contacting ones soul and of eventually becoming at-one with the soul Also the process of being open to spiritual impression and thus to co-operation with the Spiritual Hierarchy
meditation
Meditation is the act of thinking about something very carefully and deeply for a long time. the man, lost in meditation, walking with slow steps along the shore In his lonely meditations Antony had been forced to the conclusion that there had been rumours. = contemplation. Private religious devotion or mental exercise, in which techniques of concentration and contemplation are used to reach a heightened level of spiritual awareness. The practice has existed in all religions since ancient times. In Hinduism it has been systematized in the school of Yoga. One aspect of Yoga, dhyana (Sanskrit: "concentrated meditation"), gave rise to a school of its own among the Buddhists, becoming the basis of Zen. In many religions, meditation involves verbal or mental repetition of a single syllable, word, or text (e.g., a mantra). Visual images (e.g., a mandala) or mechanical devices such as prayer wheels or rosaries can be useful in focusing concentration. In the 20th century, movements such as Transcendental Meditation emerged to teach meditation techniques outside a religious context
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Mental, stress-relieving exercises used to draw body, mind, and spirit into a single focus, in order to enhance the quality of life Daily meditation practices help to promote a healthier outlook on life and can facilitate healing in the sick ~ Teen Witch Kit - Silver RavenWolf Megalith - A huge stone monument or structure Stonehenge is perhaps the best-known example of megalithic construction ~ Wicca : A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner - Scott Cunningham
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is a focusing of the mind The object of focus is often the breath, but may also be an object or an image Meditators may also silently chant a mantra-a simple word or phrase-to help clear the mind and enhance mental clarity
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Any number of focusing, breathing, or contemplative methods designed to bring about a heightened state of consciousness and/or enlightenment In Usui Reiki Ryoho the most important and prominant is the Hasturei ho Various other western systems have added Reiki Meditations
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(religion) contemplation of spiritual matters (usually on religious or philosophical subjects)
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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. Many busy executives have begun to practice yoga and meditation. see also transcendental meditation
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A contemplative discourse, often on a religious or philosophical subject
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For a simple description "concentration" Meditation is the concentration on a object, word, sound, or thought
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A practice of deep concentration of the mind
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Constant acquaintance of the mind with a virtuous object See Joyful Path of Good Fortune and The Meditation Handbook
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Concentrated spiritual aspiration through the focused controlled mind The steady daily attempt to get consciously in touch with the Soul or Higher Self By meditation man becomes aware of inner or other states of consciousness, enters into them and functions there It enables man to become in outer manifestation that which he is in inner reality; to identify himself with his inner aspect
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The act of meditating; close or continued thought; the turning or revolving of a subject in the mind; serious contemplation; reflection; musing
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Meditation is practiced by all major world religions and is often described as an essential discipline for spiritual growth Yet, like mysticism, there is great diversity in the practice of meditation While some see mediation as simply spending time thinking quietly about life or about God, others use meditation techniques to experience altered states of consciousness that allow them to have esoteric experiences In addition, meditation is promoted in secular society for the personal benefits of health, relaxation and improved productivity
meditator
{i} one who thinks; one who contemplates
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