lotus position


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lotus position

a seated cross-legged position used in yoga, meditation, etc.
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The Lotus position is practiced to allow the body to be held completely steady for long periods of time.
Gankhgiin Prevbat, the founder of the Mongolian Institute of Buddhist Art at Ulan Bator Buddhist University, told the Siberian Times, a news website: "The lama is sitting in the lotus position vajra, the left hand is opened, and the right hand symbolises of the preaching Sutra.
Going down on their girls is the most favourite act of an Italian and ' the Elephant' pose of making out is what the French love the most ( the Spanish love the Lotus position, by the way).
And, despite being so nervous she spent the entire morning beforehand in the lotus position frantically chanting 'ohm' like someone with a gun to her head, she pulled it off admirably.
He sits in the full lotus position to meditate for up to an hour and has a cold shower, winter or summer.
Whoever thinks about yoga thinks of people sitting in the lotus position, greeting the sun in order to reduce the stress of everyday life," the Daily Mail quoted the author as saying.
At the south wall of the central hall was found a monumental statue of Buddha in the lotus position sitting on a high pedestal, and the remnants of another smaller sculptures of bodhisattva; pedestal base remained uncleared," said Valeriy Kolchenko, archaeologist.
35 metres high and sits in a shut-eyed lotus position, which is remarkable considering what it's been through.
Radio, said she'd rather take up the lotus position than mix with the likes of US rapper Coolio and racing pundit John McCririck.
This dragonfly was dead but seemed to have met a peaceful end, legs folded gently beneath its body almost in lotus position.
with up to 4,000 Yogic Flyers, experts in one of the advanced techniques of TM who are able to "hop" from the ground while sitting in the lotus position, showed that crime fell 23 per cent below the predicted level.