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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'''s finale, during the final montage, Huntress Wizard does this very high in the sky.


* The member of one of the families of the map that Merlyn kills in ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' #168 was floating sitting lotus style and meditating when the evil archer approached him.



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** The member of one of the families of the map that Merlyn kills in ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' #168 was floating sitting lotus style and meditating when the evil archer approached him.



* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s future Franchise/GreenLantern of the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' time (also in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'') flies around this way.

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* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's future Franchise/GreenLantern of the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' time (also in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'') flies around this way.


* During one of Safe Auto's "Terrible Quotes" commercials, three women in a park float in the air as they meditate. The woman in the middle says a strange quote, depending on the version of the ad you watch. At the end of the main ad, the woman in the middle is seen telekinetically controlling a phone, seeing that Safe Auto can give her a great quote.



* In episode 2 of ''Manga/{{Joshiraku}}'', while Kigurumi is having an imaginary date, Kukuru randomly floats in the air in this position, amazing the other girls. Gankyou points out that Kukuru is "floating, undisturbed, on a imaginary sea."



* Used by ComicBook/DoctorStrange for purposes of study, meditation, and sometimes AstralProjection. (And RuleOfCool, of course.)
* ''ComicBook/XMen'':
** ComicBook/JeanGrey, being both telepathic and telekinetic, can do the lotus and float. Her adult self, that is. Her teenage self tries it... then gets pins-and-needles after about thirty seconds, to the mild despair of Psylocke, her teacher.
** Her son, Nathan Summers a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''. While casually holding off a grand-scale multinational assault with his telekinesis.


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* Franchise/MarvelUniverse:
**ComicBook/ScarletWitch has done this on several different occasions, such as when she is trying to learn more about her powers.
**Satana uses the lotus pose to float above a pentagram.
** Used by ComicBook/DoctorStrange for purposes of study, meditation, and sometimes AstralProjection. (And RuleOfCool, of course.)
** ''ComicBook/XMen'':
*** ComicBook/JeanGrey, being both telepathic and telekinetic, can do the lotus and float. Her adult self, that is. Her teenage self tries it... then gets pins-and-needles after about thirty seconds, to the mild despair of Psylocke, her teacher.
*** Her son, Nathan Summers a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''. While casually holding off a grand-scale multinational assault with his telekinesis.
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** When Raven took Supergirl to Azareth, the priests had Supergirl meditating as she floated in the air. One of the priests says she must not be awoken during her meditation, or she "will never know peace for the rest of her life."


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' episode "Busy Box", when Gwen tries to calm down the Naljian Destructor, she sits in the air and begins meditation, inviting the Destructor to meditate with her.
* Bloom of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' meditates while training with Maia, in the episode ''From the Ashes". When finally earning her Enchantix, Bloom floats in the air.


** ComicBook/JeanGrey, being both telepathic and telekinetic, can do the lotus and float.
*** Her adult self, that is. Her teenage self tries it... then gets pins-and-needles after about thirty seconds, to the mild despair of Psylocke, her teacher.
** Her son, Nathan Summers aka ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''. While casually holding off a grand-scale multinational assault with his telekinesis.

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** ComicBook/JeanGrey, being both telepathic and telekinetic, can do the lotus and float.
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float. Her adult self, that is. Her teenage self tries it... then gets pins-and-needles after about thirty seconds, to the mild despair of Psylocke, her teacher.
** Her son, Nathan Summers aka a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''. While casually holding off a grand-scale multinational assault with his telekinesis.


** Her son, Nathan Summers aka ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''.

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*** Her adult self, that is. Her teenage self tries it... then gets pins-and-needles after about thirty seconds, to the mild despair of Psylocke, her teacher.
** Her son, Nathan Summers aka ComicBook/{{Cable}}, prefers to do it ''upside-down''. While casually holding off a grand-scale multinational assault with his telekinesis.


* [[PhysicalGod Lord Vivec]] in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' does it.

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* [[PhysicalGod Lord Vivec]] ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'': The PhysicalGod Vivec spends his time meditating in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' does it.this position at the heart of his [[PhysicalReligion palace]] in Vivec City, in part because he's [[GodsHandsAreTied devoting his attention]] to containing the BigBad's minions within a barrier and in part because [[spoiler:he's slowly [[DePower losing his divinity]] due to having lost access to its source, the Heart of [[TheOldGods Lorkhan]]]].

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* The member of one of the families of the map that Merlyn kills in ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'' #168 was floating sitting lotus style and meditating when the evil archer approached him.

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* In "The Champions' Ballad" DLC expansion for ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', [[spoiler:Monk Maz Koshia does this to move around for the third phase of his boss fight.]]


* ''Webcomic/AntiHeroes'': Turrick the gnome prophet appears like this in [[http://antiheroescomic.com/comic/314 Keriss' drug-induced trip]].

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* ''Webcomic/AntiHeroes'': Turrick the gnome prophet appears like this in [[http://antiheroescomic.com/comic/314 Keriss' Keriss's drug-induced trip]].


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* While practicing buckball in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Snips holds a lotus position while levitating himself on buckets used to catch the actual buckball.


* Used in an add in which a guru can't levitate until he tries the low-fat yoghurt (as the normal stuff makes him too heavy). Of course instead of saying "Ommmm" he says "[[ObligatoryJoke Yummmmmm...]]"

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* Used in an add advert in which a guru can't levitate until he tries the low-fat yoghurt (as the normal stuff makes him too heavy). Of course instead of saying "Ommmm" he says "[[ObligatoryJoke "[[DeliciousDistraction Yummmmmm...]]"


* Subverted in ''Film/ConAir'' as Cameron Poe is in deep and profound meditation while doing pushups.

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* Subverted in ''Film/ConAir'' as Cameron Poe is in deep and profound meditation while doing pushups.

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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'': On Titan, Doctor Strange is seen floating in the lotus position while he's using the Eye of Agamotto to peer into the different possible futures.

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* In the AnimatedAdaptation of ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', the holy man Death visits is portrayed as an Eastern mystic hovering on a cushion. He also appears floating above the crowd when the Band With Rocks In is in their hippie-psychedelia phase.


* In Dragon Ball Super, Jiren spends a large part of the tournament he's involved in doing this, because he doesn't consider any of the other participants worth his time.

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* In Dragon Ball Super, ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Jiren spends a large part of the tournament he's involved in doing this, because he doesn't consider any of the other participants worth his time.

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