attunement


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attunement

(əˈtjuːnmənt)
n
an attuning or act of making harmonious
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The cultural frame given structure by the technicalinstrumental "world picture" can be overcome as we glide from one attunement to another, and this occurs as we enter realms that are poetically embodied and emplaced.
The largest example of the last--a silk-screened piece dedicated to Linklater, featuring a blown-up passage championing vigilant attunement to the sensory, from the original manuscript of Walden, in Henry Thoreau's undulating scrawl--rested in the interstitial area between gallery and bookstore.
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.
The vibrations create in us a spatial attunement, which is not a location but a corporeal style being moved or affected.
George addresses matters of character, business sense, and cultural attunement in an integrated portrait of what makes a leader global.
"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.
** Attunement: Perspective taking--you must see things from the buyer's point of view.
If you enjoyed Seinfeld in the 1990s and Curb Your Enthusiasm in the past decadeboth the watching of episodes and the inevitable quoting and referencing that followit's likely that your sense of comedy, and perhaps your attunement to social etiquette, has been influenced by the vision of Larry David.
In what may be considered a controversial move, especially now, (1) I make the case that a valuable resource for understanding the ontological dimension of oppression is Martin Heidegger's account of attunement (Befindlichkeit).
The results of this study identified several important components of effective member care practices: (a) agency attunement to missionary needs, (b) agency provision for missionary needs, (c) invested church partnership, (d) the impact of relationships, (e) missionaries' self-care, and (f) consistency of care across the missionary life-cycle.
Despite the charge of gimmickry, the moments in question--first, a "dialogue" between "two marionette orchids adrift in a pool of jasmine-scented salt water" (3), and second, a "long set-change" in which stage-hand Todd" used a coffee can to transfer at a very slow pace an "anthill" of dirt from an up-stage corner to down-center (10-11), lead the audience to a moment of unexpected attunement. 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).
The third element is the notion of what we will call 'demand attunement', by which is meant the attunement of demand to what appropriate technologies--technologies that cooperate with nature--can supply.