open focus

open focus,

n feature of some meditation traditions in which the individual maintains a nonreactive awareness of thoughts, emotions, and environmental stimuli.
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The ITU FG DFC, was established in 2017 by consensus of the ITU TSAG body and will serve as an open Focus Group for two years.
Welcome to this open focus edition of the journal; we have a variety of topics for those who work with the childbearing family.
The measures now open focus on the catching, processing, aquaculture and ports sectors, with further elements, focussing on areas such as community-led local development, opening over the next few months.
Brown and Gerbarg offer new techniques to dissolve or reduce pain with three powerful practices: Breath~Body~Mind, Qigong, and Open Focus for pain reduction.
Open Focus - Learn a simple but powerful relaxation technique pioneered by Les Fehmi.
Run an open focus group or forum to give employees an opportunity to express opinions and exchange ideas.
Designed by Italian outfit Pininfarina, the open Focus has unique rear lights and front bumper to give it a bit of extra style over the hatchback.
In the system under the open focus, one estimates that there is a rate of trade or exchange of water between the system (Cycle) and its surroundings, especially the Earth's mantle, a phenomenon basically caused by plate tectonics (output) and volcanism (input), of 300 [km.
PLMA's live Open Focus Group Sessions will examine what real shoppers have to say about the stores where they shop, and the store brand products they find on the shelves.
She reported on the first phase of the study, a series of open focus groups conducted in 2002 and 2003.
Participants will experience the physical and psychological benefits of Voluntarily Regulated Breathing Practices, Coherent Breathing, Breath Moving, Ha Breath, Qigong, & Open Focus training to improve well-being and the mental health of patients.