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attunement

(əˈtjuːnmənt)
n
an attuning or act of making harmonious
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The early Greeks coined the word catholic to describe attunement to the physical order.
Various interventions were used from pregnancy up to the infant's first birthday focussing on maternal mood and wellbeing, attunement in interactions and emotional and social support.
More than a call to action, this project is a call to awareness, reminding adults about the value of attunement and how it can influence our reactions, as well as its overall impact on our children's mental health needs," says Project ABC Director Richard Cohen.
There are a number of models for facilitating attunement to physiological states, though many of these still require conscious awareness, such as relaxation or taking one's pulse when upset.
George addresses matters of character, business sense, and cultural attunement in an integrated portrait of what makes a leader global.
The complex composition of the being of the human being is formed through the interaction of understanding (das Verstehen), attunement (die Befindlichkeit), and discourse (die Rede).
An investigation into the attunement of anxiety is now necessary for a further gain in clarity about these films.
By integrating Inner Relationship Focusing into Rappaport's structure I was able to offer my participants sessions with the following format: a body centred attunement (coming in); a Focusing conversation (making contact and deepening contact); an art activity; and a Dialogue or period of reflection with reference to the felt sense (Rappaport, 2009).
Attunement in Expressive Arts Therapy: Toward an Understanding of Embodied Empathy" by Mitchell Kossak (Associate Professor, Expressive Therapies Department, Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts) is a 184 page compendium comprised of six major chapters: Contexts of Attunement in the Arts and Therapy; Tuning in the embodied Creative Intelligence; Attunement and Improvisation: Embracing the Unknown, Rehearsals for Life; Rhythm and Resonance: Deep Connections to Self, Other and University Consciousness; Tuning In.
Categories of Play Aligned with Funder Targets Funder Target Type of Play Skills Gained Critical-thinking Object play Spatial skills problem-solving skills Peace, conflict- Attunement and Interpersonal resolution sources social play skills Leadership Storytelling and Logical, narrative play sequential thought as well as confidence Funder Target Camp Curriculum Element Critical-thinking Arts and crafts, unique skills sports, and traditional handcrafts Peace, conflict- Less programmed side of camp resolution sources allowing campers the space to talk to each other (instead of texting) and really connect with counselors Leadership Drama, skits, and performances
What this ecumenical era requires of dancers is a keen attunement to differences in style and method--a level of self-consciousness unimaginable in the "just do it" days of "the Balanchine dancer," "the Ashton dancer," "the Graham acolyte.
The speaker asserts that this attunement is created not through "magic--that tired term" (8) but through a "dense boredom" whose "particular pace or pulse acts somehow as an incantation against itself," and that this moment "would be impossible to experience without the boredom that precedes it" (9).