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I meditate every day for 20 minutes in the morning.
8220;We believe in the power of meditation to change lives,” says Jacqueline Berglass, a medical researcher, yoga teacher and Boston Meditates volunteer.
I meditate on the task at hand, and think about what I can do to accomplish it," she says.
I meditate and clear my energy so I can work with the purest intent.
Following Vatican I and its declaration of papal infallibility, Civilta Cattolica, the review of the Roman Jesuits, serenely declared that `when the pope meditates, it is God who is thinking in him.
Suzanne Roe meditates before a statue of Buddha in the new home of the Birmingham Buddhist Centre.
For example, in one of the Dutch master's works, this effect-known as chiaroscuro-intensifies the apparent glow of sunlight streaming through a window while it deepens the perceived blackness of a room in which a philosopher meditates.
Furthermore, one could easily argue that the truly spiritual person becomes the more loving person--as one meditates on love and its gentle qualities, one becomes more forgiving and sensitive toward the people one loves.
In Gilje's delicate oil and linen composition, her woman in blue meditates on maternity - an unfolded disposable diaper replaces the letter while a monochrome package of Pampers diapers stands in for a wooden chest.
Finding himself in the midst of a sudden hatch of millions of mayflies, he meditates on how nature is not neat and tidy and reasonable as humans pretend, but rather produces sudden chaotic "biological storms.
When one meditates, it improves their observation, perception and expression.
Every night since then, she habitually meditates for half an hour before bed.
Two smaller works at the beginning of the program were notable for longtime partners Creach and Koester's separate collaborations with Sean Curran and Peter Schmitz, Curran and Koester's Red Sphinx Meditates, danced on a red circle, has an easy, meditative quality that builds unison movement into layered, supported dancing--a lift here, a sudden change of tempo there.
Three Chord Opera is one of the Brooklyn-born Diamond's most personal records, a song collection which meditates on love and loss while celebrating life's joys and glories through music, showcasing the patented Diamond blend of balladry, doo-wop, show tunes, jazz, pop and rock & roll.