3 edition of Focusing ability and depth of experiencing found in the catalog.
Focusing ability and depth of experiencing
Arthur M. Freedman
Written in English
|Statement||by Arthur M. Freedman.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 40359 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 147 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||88893711|
depth perception underlies our ability to a. group similar items into gestalt b. perceive objects as having a constant shape or form c. judge distances d. fill in the gaps in a figure. 'Focusing' is a technique first developed 25 years ago by American psychologist and philosopher Eugene Gendlin. Hugely influential, it offers six specific steps you can take to open up your inner world of deeper feelings and intuition - and shows you how to listen to others with more empathy/5.
But the ability to apply a calm, clear focus to the right tasks — at the right time, in the right way — is the key to exceptional results. To improve, do two things. Your plane of focus determines more than just what’s sharp and what isn’t: it directs the eye of the viewer to the subject, too. The shallower your depth of field, the more exaggerated this becomes – to the point that with a very shallow DOF lens, a close subject and far background, you really won’t be able to identify what the background actually is.
This chapter consists of three parts: (1) an overview of the basic screening and assessment approach that should be a part of any program for clients with co-occurring disorders (COD); (2) an outline of the 12 steps to an ideal assessment, including some instruments that can be used in assessing COD; and (3) a discussion of key considerations in treatment matching. Some leveled books are also supported by fluency practice passages, reader's theater scripts, a writer's response activity, a literature circle journal, or might be part of a paired book set or other collection.. ALL the resources that support a book can be found on its home page.
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This was the second book I read on Focusing. The first was by the originator of the process, Eugene T. Gendlin, who teaches in a midwest university. Ann Weiser Cornell, Ph.D. was one of his students. Her book is easier to read (not as dry as his) and you can learn all you need to know to use the process yourself with her excellent book/5(56).
Instead of just focusing on eating and savoring the flavors of our food, we’ll take a picture of it first then post on Instagram.
I am guilty of it. This book shows us how we can improve our concentration through techniques such as breathing exercises/5(15). In their new book, The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World, Dr.
Adam Gazzaley, a neuroscientist, and Dr. Larry Rosen, a psychologist, explain how our ability to pay attention works and what we can do to stay focused. Written by David Allen, this book is a collection of stories of wisdom that indicate how you can increase your productivity.
The book indicates the activities that you need to engage in for ypu to maintain focus on your life and work for the purpose of success. It is a sequel for another book by the same author that is known as Getting Things Done.
The book candidly sets the background to focus on your stronger life objective, before it moves you towards tactics and : Som Bathla. Focusing is a way of tapping into your vast emotional intelligence through the messages of your body. With Focusing, you return to a source of knowing that has always belonged to you.
Focusing gives you direct access to your own inner compass, where you know the right direction for your life. Focusing, the technique described in the pages of this book, is uniquely suited to our turbulent times when so many old forms are crumbling and old roles are vanishing.
Most of us are having to invent, discover and create the next steps of our lives without a light, a map, or a relevant tradition. Experiential focusing is a way of deepening our experiencing by coming alive to and making sense of implicit feelings and carrying forward their empowering implications into the rest of our life.
Gendlin’s research indicated people who benefit from psychotherapy bring the prerequisite skills into therapy with them and the presence of these. Focusing and Because Focusing comes from a new philosophy, it enables a fundamentally different way of doing almost any activity.
Focusing provides access to the experiential intricacy of one's situation, which generates new possibilities for carrying life forward. The Art of Now: Six Steps to Living in the Moment We live in the age of distraction. Yet one of life's sharpest paradoxes is that your brightest future hinges on your ability to pay attention to.
Focusing is the process of listening to your body in a gentle, accepting way and hearing the messages that your inner self is send- ing you. It’s a process of honoring the wisdom that you have inside you, becoming aware of the subtle level of knowing that speaks to you through your Size: KB.
The best book I have found on focus and concentration was an audiobook that doesn’t directly talk about focus and concentration. The book I listened to and the one that helped me a ton was “The Power of Ambition” by Jim Rohn.
When you think of foc. Carl Rogers, the founder of Person Centred Therapy, took the idea of focusing from Eugene Gendlin who worked with Rogers in the early 's.
Gendlin recognised that focusing helps the client to explore, in more depth, the emotions that lie behind the story. Focusing is sometimes misunderstood as a term, quite understandably. When we think about the word ‘focusing’, we may be drawn to. The narrow depth of field in these shots mean that you need to be incredibly precise with focusing and being just a smidgeon out or having your camera choose to focus on the wrong part of your subject can completely ruin a shot.
A while ago, I used to get phone calls from colleagues from all over the university with questions like how to write focussing, with single or double s. As a member of the English department I was expected to know these things.
The questions have stopped coming, which may be due to. This is a book with a number of contributors, which makes it a book for everyone. It provides a variety of viewpoints, tips and observations on focus, routine-building, creativity and useful tools to have in your belt.
However, if you’re expecting in-depth information on any particular topic, you might be disappointed. At small apertures the depth of field, or DOF, becomes large. Also, with sharp lenses, one does not need to nail focus exactly on the subject.
Even if focus is slightly off, the subject will be. Hello YouTubers Let`s talk about manual focusing and some tips how to acheve pin sharp focus manually. A lot of you ask me about manual focus. Aperture and Shallow Depth Of Field. A physically wide aperture, such as f/ (or wider), will produce a relatively shallow depth of field.
The smaller the aperture (i.e., f) number the more shallow the depth of field will usually become. I made the image directly above by critically focusing on the eyes of my primary subject, a lovely lady in Beijing, and employing an aperture of f/4 to.
Your Concentration Training Program: 11 Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Attention In this series on mastering your attention, we have emphasized the fact that attention is not just the ability to focus on a single task without being distracted, but in fact is comprised of several different elements that must be effectively managed.
Daniel Goleman’s new book, FOCUS: The Hidden Driver of Excellence (published today), discusses the science of attention. In this ongoing dialogue, he and Joshua Freedman link this leading-edge science to life in the office, in nature – and even in bed.Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modiﬁcation Matthew S.
Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into conﬁned regions of a material in order to achieve a desired response.a. humans must learn to recognize depth b. binocular cues are more important thatn monocluar cues c.
the ability to perceive depth is at least partly innate d. unlike other animals humans do not perceive depth until about 8 months of age e. our brains dont learn how to combine signals from both eyes until months after birth.