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attunement

Fringe medicine
A general term for the interaction of lifestyle manipulation and vibrational healing arts; attunements are believed to link the student with the universal life-force energy.
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The mere attunement undergoes the unveiling, but it does not define the value of the unveiling.
This rhythm of process and interruption, attunement and drag, invites what Henri Lefebvre calls in another context (that of observing everyday activity on city streets) "rhythm-analysis" or analysis in rhythm.
The theme of agency attunement to missionary needs refers to the importance of mission agencies' awareness and attunement to the unique needs of their missionary personnel.
Attunement was evident in clinician's recognition that eliciting women's stories helped their patients to explore their beliefs and expectations.
During the first team-coaching session (Week 1), the coach explains what affective involvement is and how it relates to the underlying theories of affect attunement (Stern, 1985) and interpersonal communication (Trevarthen & Aitken, 2001).
Looked at from this perspective, affect is a differential attunement between two bodies in a joint activity of becoming.
A typical class involves gentle movement (asana); attention to breathing; attunement to the present moment; deep relaxation; mindfulness; and nonjudgmental awareness of the mind, body, and breath.
Characterised as they have been by swiftness and attunement, the presidential approaches to that case and the pattern of response have given rise to, or actually invited, additional expectations.
You have a feeling of attunement with other people.
Sensitively retold and magnificently illustrated by Caldecott-medal winner, author/artist Paul Goble, "The Man Who Dreamed of Elk-Dogs & Other Stories from the Tipi" continues to create beautiful, authentic renditions of valuable pieces of Native American wisdom in 'perfect attunement with the natural world around them.
For instance, the rejection of food can symbolize the rejection of other appetites in life such as joy, sex, emotional attunement, relationships and work fulfillment.
Ryn, helpfully locates the source of such ethical attunement in the individual will, which, to the extent that it achieves moral universality, becomes the ultimate standard of right conduct.