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practicing

[prak′tising]
the second subphase of the separation-individuation phase in Mahler's system of preoedipal development, when the child is able to move away from the mother and return to her for emotional nurturing. The child may feel elation in response to this investigation of the environment and through practicing locomotor skills.

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Q. does anyone practice bikram-yoga and know misuse of knee that can result from it? I just started this type of youga 2 weeks ago but do it 3-4 times a week and now I have a pain in the knee- like an inflamation from the pressure or something... Is anyone into bikram and know how can I prevent that from happening???

A. hi...This is Prashantmurti...I m a Yoga Teacher by profession...
In a straight way I will recommannd you to do a traditional Yoga...not like Vikram yoga or hot yoga...even Ramdev's Yoga has a possibility of high side effects...
If possible fing a yoga teacher or instution of Satyananda Yoga (bihar Yoga)in ur location, which is very practical,traditional, simple and effective...better not to do vikram yoga ..give some rest to ur knees and after that go thru Satyananda Yoga.
(prashantmurti@yahoo.com)
Happy New Year

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Chapters 7 and 8, "Musicians Versus Emotions I and II," are about the psychological aspect of practicing and performing.
This question, posed by Miroslav Volf at the beginning of the last chapter and referenced by Dorothy Bass at the beginning of the first, is an appropriate frame for the twelve essays in Practicing Theology.
Over the years, football coaches have become more attentive to the dangers of practicing in the heat.
This may include practicing for a predetermined amount of time per day or utilizing the metronome to improve rhythm.
The outcomes of all Medicare and Medicaid utilization reviews were identified for each of the physicians practicing in the three group practices.
Recent statistics indicate that tax malpractice claims are the fastest growing source of liability claims, accounting for about 45% of total claims today, as opposed to 20% of all claims in 1986 (see "Essential Information About Legal Liability--and How Local CPA Firms Can Cope," 17 The Practicing CPA 8 (July 1993)).
When one member dies or is unable to continue practicing, each of the firm's clients is asked to select a member of the group as its new CPA firm.
By naming the activity or practicing technique, we are giving it credence as something to be applied in different music practice situations.
For a large number of otherwise unaffiliated physicians practicing in multiple specialties, the time might be 18 months and the cost upward of $200,000.