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meditate on something

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I was rather encouraged to discover how Reformed I am, for Zachman points out it was Calvin who insisted it was by God's design that we should discover Him in meditating upon His natural creation and that each one of us, no matter what our position in the church, should always strive to remain completely teachable within the "school of Christ.
Ajapa mantras are of two types: silent mantras repeated without voicing and mental mantras for meditating upon.
A spiritual awakening doesn't require weeks meditating upon Mount Everest.
In the darkness, Leonardo da Vinci turned to his imagination to revisit the forms he had studied the previous day; when sleepless, Girolamo Cardano "was ever meditating upon something" (310); and John Milton "composed verse at night in his head" (307).
One version (the one reproduced at Shugborough) shows a group of Arcadian shepherds meditating upon a tomb in the woods.
In Germany, this is still the usual way of meditating upon the mysteries.
By facing death, meditating upon death, and ultimately embracing death, the Vedantist overcomes a normal instinctual fear with the courage of religious conviction, the strength of spiritual practice, and the ground of philosophical reason.
In my opinion, this book is not only worth reading, it is worth meditating upon.
Its unique design encourages reading and meditating upon the Word of God and provides an easy way to understand the Bible's great themes.
an old woman, and a naked old man meditating upon a skull.
The salutary effects of meditating upon the life of St.
Their art and their literature had an insistent physicality, one that often stressed their relationship with Christ's body whether it was in the act of clothing a statue of the infant Jesus or meditating upon one of his passion wounds.