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  • Dream Yoga Research Paper

    For the mystic, Dream Yoga is an essential tool in the collection of Amrita and in understanding the nature of Nirvikalpa-samādhi, yet it is the Atman that will control the dreaming awareness as Self can only experience ordinary dreams. The Atman awareness can move out of the lucid dream state and enter into the unknown, unifying the energies of the Yantra chakra with the energies of the Bindu chakra. In many ways, ordinary Self becomes the dream and dreaming becomes the reality as the Atman…

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  • Interpretation Of The Road Not Taken

    Interpretation of poetry is fundamentally up to the reader and what each individual takes away after reading the piece of work generally varies. To me, “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is truly a delightful poem that dramatizes the conflict in dealing with life’s choices and consequently the repercussions thereafter. During the poem the speaker comes to a fork in the road, which is an extended metaphor that is comparable to a major decision that he must make in his life. There are many times…

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  • Different Interpretations Of Family

    Different interpretations of the word family get thrown around daily. Some would say friends and people that are close to you are family; Others would say your parents and siblings are your family but what is the difference. How can we put a definition on a word the could mean so many different things. If family means blood what people that are adopted think of family. Family is more than just being related by blood; its when the bond between people are so close that one feels safe and…

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  • My Interpretation Of Stavrogin

    I will have to say that I am quite disturbed by this story. My interpretation of Stavrogin is that he is a man that was raised with everything handed to him so he had no appreciation of anything. Rule and decency did not apply to him because he could not feel the reasoning behind it. His written confection begins with listing his static and showing his wealth with no feeling behind anything, “I, Nikolai Stavrogin, a retired army officer, lived in Petersburg in 186-, leading a life of dissipation…

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  • Essay On Dream Interpretation

    Dreams and their interpretation aren’t only relevant now in the modern psychology, however, have been relevant for thousands of years of human culture. Dream interpretation, as well as its significance to human culture can be seen in the bible as well as an Egyptian dream book dating back to 1213 B.C. (The Egyptian Dream, 2014). Philosophers throughout time, such as the philosopher Socrates, have analyzed dreaming and it 's correlation to humanity. It is Socrates who stated, “How can you prove…

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  • False Interpretation In Nursing

    of physicians. With nursing’s rapid development, doctors have been more unyielding to the progressive contribution of nursing. This in turn commenced into a game of tug of war between a diagnostic approach and a more holistic approach. False Interpretation of Elevated WBC Count For…

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  • Levi's Interpretation Analysis

    The analysis of Levi’s Interpretation for this assignment was completed to the fullest extend and to all requirements. Levi’s experience inside the concentration camp was very terrifying, which was evident in his vivid description. I believe that Levi’s statement on what the bottom of human experience is proves to be correct. The turmoil that he and his fellow prisoners were put through is almost unimaginable, and interpreting the excerpt from his novel shows in vivid detail the terrors…

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  • Vocational Rehabilitation Case Study: Vicarious Traumas

    A few weeks ago, I interviewed Mrs. Wendy Darling. As a graduate of Troy University in the Interpreter Training Program, Mrs. Darling has worked in multiple interpreting settings since beginning her career. I focused my interview with Mrs. Wendy Darling on her current setting: Vocational Rehabilitation. In addition to my questions about this setting, I asked her about vicarious trauma. Before coming to Troy, I was unaware of Vocational Rehabilitation as a type of setting for interpreting; my…

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  • Confidentiality In The Workplace: A Case Study

    grossly inappropriate, and unprofessional. Not only would this decision lead consumers (I use plural because I include the Deaf woman and those I would inform in the community) to question their trust in me, it could also potentially jeopardize the reputations of other interpreters with whom I work. Tenet 1.2.2 of AVLIC’s Code states “members shall recognize that all work undertaken by them […] will ultimately reflect the integrity of themselves and of the profession.” (“AVLIC,” 2000, p. 2)…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Class About Dreams

    The first day of class my only thought was "How on earth am I going to write this paper?" And I struggled with it. I spent hours upon hours mulling ideas and options over, both in my mind and on paper. I found that the harder I thought about it, the more difficult it became to write. So I stopped thinking. I let my mind wander, and wrote as the ideas popped into my mind. Admittedly, the ideas didn 't start coming until about three weeks before the due date, but when they started coming they didn…

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