Radicals ( Radical333) fifteen strokes in Kanji;

dimensional, e.g.

Pali;

directional, e.g.

through meditation, finding true, truth, ... ; true words;

logical, e.g.

in Hiragana: meditation;

in Hiragana: contemplation; meditation;

in Kanji: Mahayana Buddhism's Zen, silent meditation;

in Kanji: Zen Buddhism, silent meditation;

think that moon AND sun (moon and sun are together to be clever, smart, wise, ... ) are naturally, so THAT can be seen (Also see: glance; look; stare; Radical138); And Then, under the one and only sun (e.g. our earth's 1 way DEE), number six (e.g. WORMHOLE parameter 60 is representing omni directional, also see: Monbusho level knowledge enhancement 2, idea ♯ 224, (60, 72) omni directional), And Then, capping only to right side (i.e. sun), because, many human beings livable moons in our universes should not be capped, therefore, left side's underneath (slope style) is written intentionally; notice that after meditation, (Also see: ear; hearing; Radical163), noise alike edges are gone, And Then, dibba sota (divine ear) can be ... also see: dPali;

numerological, e.g.

6;

structural, e.g.

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2 kinds of commonly known meditations are samatha (concentration) meditation (Also see: sPali), and vipassanā (insight) meditation (Also see: vPali), And Then, practicing (meditating) in many ways e.g.  chanting as meditation; mindfulness meditation; praying beads (e.g. Buddhist prayers' 108 beads, e.g. Islamic prayers' 33, 99 beads, Roman Catholic prayers' 54 + 5 beads, e.g. Tibetan Buddhist prayers' 18, 27, 54, 108 beads, e.g. USA Episcopal prayers' 33 beads) as meditation; Satipatthāna meditation; Yoga meditation;

IFF Theravada Buddhism, Pali language a.k.a. holly language, also see: Mini Dictionary (Remark: since tipitaka, a.k.a. Pali canon is approx. 11 times larger INFO than Christian Bible, this Mini Dictionary contains very few selected words in Pali; like Bible Study, Dharma Study e.g. Pali contents can be learnt in transcript words ... ) ; dhyana, profound meditation; many westerners (including Americans) practiced Mahayana Buddhism, because, Mahayana Buddhism is more liberal than Theravada Buddhism, e.g. Buddha statue can be anywhere at home, e.g. Dharma Songs can be sung, more resourceful (better foundations) in English language, and so on ... ;

kilesa (e.g. delusion, lust, hatred, mental defilement, passion, ... ) can be eradicated, or reduced by meditation; Remark: Majjhima way a.k.a. Middle Path should be ... ;

through meditation, finding true, truth, ... ; true  words;

Zen, a Mahayana Buddhism;

Radicals;