self-contemplation


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Noun1.self-contemplation - the contemplation of your own thoughts and desires and conductself-contemplation - the contemplation of your own thoughts and desires and conduct
musing, reflection, rumination, thoughtfulness, contemplation, reflexion - a calm, lengthy, intent consideration
self-analysis, soul-searching - a penetrating examination of your own beliefs and motives
examen, examination - a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)
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It is my diseased self-contemplation that has engendered and nourished him.
The firm said: "As much as we were convinced that our masterplan would be a good platform for the radical re-invention of what a world exhibition could be in the 21st century, we understood that the organisers would not undertake the necessary steps to convince the participating nations to give up on their conventional indulging in self-contemplation instead of focusing on their specific contribution to agriculture and food production.
Buddhists tell us meditation, self-contemplation and intuition is the way to happiness.
By joining self-contemplation with other-oriented desire, and by creating a heightened degree of intimacy and trust, Naked Therapy allows the patient to explore new positive channels of power that can be transferred into other areas of his/her life.
I got to sample the delights of the Child Ballads and traditional storytelling, without needing to immerse myself in the austerity and self-contemplation of the traditional folk club.
When I see someone connect within themselves, when music stimulates reflection, self-contemplation, to witness inner growth - whether it is spiritual, psychological or emotional - and it doesn't matter how old you are.

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