repattern

repattern

(riːˈpætən)
vb (tr)
to pattern again, to remodel, redesign
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In this process, the babies were able to experience the emotions accompanying birth, express and release these, and repattern a successful experience of moving through the BPM.
Over the last several years, Sale and colleagues have reported a growing number of situations that can repattern the adult rat's visual system: Exercise, living in a stimulating environment, starvation and even doses of Prozac, which caused certain nerve cells to become more active, all reinstated a brain with more youthful behavior.
BCT discusses how to repattern neural pathways and helps clients create empowering life experiences that can create then reinforce such pathways.
Because HT and TT repattern energy fields and attempt to balance any disruptions, their use is supported by the SUHB.
People need to repattern themselves," she stresses.
By going through this process of overcoming violence, the churches can repattern themselves in ways that assist them towards creative and meaningful life and witness.
For three days I'd watched a small herd of deer feeding in corn stubble, 20 yards from an observation stand I had set up to repattern some late-season does.
AA has grown into an international entity comprised of thousands of local, fairly autonomous groups that follow the 12-step method to help members repattern their "alcoholic" way of life.
Just in their rhythms these sonnets take the adaptive, simple patterns of jazz and repattern them in runs of phrases where relaxedness radiates intensity.
Employing HCH modalities to repattern old experiences would specifically address the manifestation of both physical and mental symptoms associated with chronic pain conditions like debilitating IC.
Overexpression of PEPCK-C repatterns energy metabolism and leads to greater longevity," researchers concluded.
Nonetheless, taking a new angle a quarter of a century later in A way in the world, Naipaul repatterns the documentary material and rewrites a historical fiction about Raleigh and Miranda.