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- in specific cultural settings that go along with their meditative practices. These meditative practices sometimes have similarities (often noticed by...
- Various meditative postures have been used in meditation. Sitting, supine (lying), and standing postures are used. The bodily positions applied during...
- Varieties of the Meditative Experience is a 1977 book by American psychologist Daniel Goleman. It was published under the title The Meditative Mind in 1988...
- movement of Israel Salanter and Simcha Zissel Ziv. In its esoteric forms, "Meditative Kabbalah" is one of the three branches of Kabbalah, alongside "Theosophical"...
- Meditative poetry combines the religious practice of meditation with verse. It occurs in many cultures, especially in Asian, European and Hindu cultures...
- Monochromatic painting has been an important component of avant-garde visual art throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century. Painters have created...
- disturbing thoughts and feelings. The earliest evidence of yogis and their meditative tradition, states Karel Werner, is found in the Keśin hymn 10.136 of the...
- artwork that has survived is damaged and they show some overlap with meditative Buddha-related artwork, but the presence of Shiva's trident and phallic...
- Kaplan, Samuel Weiser publishers; overview of the Meditative schools in Kabbalah. Some medieval Meditative Kabbalists also followed the Theosophical Kabbalah...
- Indian traditions, however, is more than physical exercise; it has a meditative and spiritual core. One of the six major orthodox schools of Hinduism...
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