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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to meditation:   (163 results)

Often used in the same context:
mindfulness, meditational, yoga, spirituality, tai chi, hatha yoga, contemplation, meditator, zen buddhism, zen buddhist, reiki, asana, yogi, stillness, qigong, metta, kundalini, tantra, transpersonal, transcendental meditation, samsara, hypnosis, jnana, tai chi chuan, asceticism, spiritualism, vedantic, bhakti, prayer, koans, hypnotherapy, mysticism, aromatherapy, solitude, hypnotism, mahayana buddhism, mediumship, psychotherapy, jungian psychology, monasticism, transcendental, bodhisattva, mudra, metaphysics, rolfing, kabbala, jungian, bikram, dharma, restorative, shamanism, devotions, impermanence, wholeness, avalokiteshvara, blessed sacrament, interiority, psychometry, zen, upanishads, serenity, pilates, mandala, enlightenment, subconscious mind, vedic literature, transcendentalism, reflexology, mystic, acedia, ahimsa, aikido, aerobic exercise, chasidism, relaxation, qabalah, taoist, restfulness, noetic, fasting, satori, zendo, sensate, sutra, finitude, attunement, immanence, solitariness, aerobics, penances, introspection, atman, vedic, jainism, exegetical, callisthenics, bibliotherapy, bodhidharma, vajrayana, healing, centeredness, poetry, meditations, pondering, sadhana, cogitation, thanksgiving, interrogation, praying, reflection, supplication, brooding, contemplations, prayers, admonition, conviction, deliberation, colloquy, preexperimental, rehearsal, prerevolutionary, testing, treatment, writing, afterschool, bygone, climacteric, fallow, first, followup, gathering, grueling, initiatory, liminal, mentoring, next, perimenopausal, planning

More specific:
introspection, omphaloskepsis, retrospect, self-contemplation, self-examination

Appears in the definition of:
brooding, buddhism, cogitation, gymnosophy, mandala, pensiveness, retirement, retreat, study, wisdom, wisdom of solomon, zen, zen buddhism

More general:
consideration

Synonyms:
contemplation, musing, reflection, reflexion, rumination, thoughtfulness

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— Adjectives for meditation: deep, transcendental, silent, profound, religious, buddhist, long, quiet, solitary, daily, constant, more...

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