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Derived Form of contemplatives

root word: contemplative
plural: contemplatives
root word: contemplative
Noun: contemplative
a person devoted to the contemplative life
Type ofhumans, individuals, mortals, persons, somebodies, someones, souls,

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  1. Contemplatives who have taken that as far as they could take it, you know, well then ask Sam
  2. the Zen masters call it mindfulness, contemplatives speak of it as meditation,
  3. The seventh sphere, Saturn, is home to the contemplatives, monks and other thinky people
  4. Skillshare is an online learning community with over 25,000 courses taught by contemplatives
  5. dialogue happening between neuroscientists and and contemplatives
  6. mostly Buddhist contemplatives but contemplatively and what it links up to
  7. into the contemplatives.
  8. Eastern contemplatives on subjects of mutual interest
  9. neuroscientists, and contemplatives.
  10. out the contemplatives, not leave out the neuroscientists,
  11. contemplatives there that will go for 10,000, 20,000 hours of
  12. Tibetan tradition, all the great contemplatives, the
  13. Here he finds the contemplatives and among them
  14. Saturn, time, with a side cuts; the contemplatives are those
  15. Saturn where the contemplatives are and he sees the ladder,
  16. He does this as he enters the heaven of the contemplatives,
  17. of Dante's-- of the contemplatives that
  18. contemplatives being the Olympic athletes of mental training for millennia.
  19. that we're all called to be contemplatives in the world,
  20. chance to--the organ of the contemplatives;