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Castaneda - Power Of maroc-evasion.info - maroc-evasion.info Pages · The Book of Secret Wisdom - The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution. Truth is hidden in silence and truth is the only reality. The people power to stay in the Truth and to be established and absorbed in it. The mind is . the book of Kings, Christian Bible) had to flee for his life from Jezebel he went and hid in the. first published by Caux Books, fifth printing and political power— unable to do anything about them. . By taking time in silence we can log on.

Listening requires several skills including attention, echoing and body language, but begins with silence. Well timed silences, used judiciously, can allow the patient adequate space to express symptoms and concerns, while allowing the general practitioner more time for attention, comprehension and synthesis. Listening without interrupting the patient sounds like a recipe for running late. Without good training in listening skills, clinicians tend to interrupt very early into the consultation. Studies suggest a range of 12—23 seconds that patients are allowed to speak before the first interruption. Less than one in 3 patients are allowed to complete their opening statement. This problem was confirmed in a study using audiotaped family practice consultations. When a patient was allowed to complete the opening statement the average consultation time was 14 minutes and 52 seconds versus 15 minutes and 18 seconds when the patient was interrupted,4 and although not statistically significant, the trend was toward saving time. The median time for the initial statement increased from 15—21 seconds, but the consultations were no longer again, the trend was to be slightly shorter. It seems that doctors are not used to being silent. Unfortunately, there was no control period or group to assess the impact on total consultation time, but the average should be no more than 77 seconds extra 92 minus the usual 15 , and the previous studies suggest it might actually save time. Most evidence on silence relates to the initial part of the consultation. A surprise to many clinicians is that we can even begin the consultation with silence.

My vision is so simple that neither can the mind embrace it nor put it into words. What I see is that Being is the very first expression of this dynamic energy of Silence — that primal matter which gives life to life. It is the abode of time and space.

It is the birthplace of duality — pleasure and pain, good and evil. What has changed in Yolande is not what she sees. Yolande still sees the contents of the world just like any other individual holding on to their belief of being a person.

What has changed in Yolande is her point of view. Her look is no longer focused through her physical eyes or through the limited sense perception based on fear of pain and search for pleasure. Yolande looks out from eternity, free from time and space, from birth and death. I watch Yolande eating, working, and resting. I see her getting happy or sad. I see her thinking or feeling moved. My experience is that the wake, sleep and dream states are just part of a great dream — the dream of life.

Just as the different levels of sound are nothing but expressions of Silence, the multiple, more or less subtle manifestations of global Awareness spring from and subside in Nothingness. I am pure Energy. I am both Silence and the dot of light that illumines movement. I am the Witness, the light that brings life into all names and forms, but I am beyond seeing and witnessing.

Each one of us believes themselves to be an individual isolated in their physical body and limited by their mind. But the truth is that we are all part of one single act of looking. More things could of course be mentioned. What has been presented above estab- lishes that throughout all prehistory and into historic time, a continuous hunter- gatherer society existed on the Scandinavian Peninsula with a slow degree of change but highly adaptable and able to survive.

When we finally encounter them in the written sources, these people are the Saami, and therefore there were also Saami present before they appeared in written text. How far back this name has existed is difficult to say, but as there are only Saami people in Fennoscandia and on the Kola Peninsula, the identity has started there and from the interaction with other cultures.

According to Barth, ethnic awareness becomes strongest in the border zone between different cultures Barth From what I have seen in the archaeological record in Fennoscandia, I, too, believe this is the case.

As mentioned in the introduction, this paper has aimed to create possibilities for understanding and enabling a fusion of historical and archaeological science. Due to the fact that we archaeologists rarely feel the demand to answer questions when asked about how the Saami culture has changed as it moved into historic time, a strange gap has emerged between Saami history based on written sources and Saami history based on archaeological material.

This gap creates or is often just 86 E. Norberg filled with silence. The silence of the subject is thus not neutral and non-political in a relation that already from the outset was asymmetric concerning who has produced the history for this geographic area. This silence is instead an advantage for the one who can exploit it against the other. This silence is of no profit to the Saami people today. The power of silence, from this perspective, is beneficial only to the one who has had the pen and the written word the longest.

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Summary of The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise by Robert Cardinal Sarah

Landskapet blir till lands- del. Fram till — Bind 1: — Bind I. Most evidence on silence relates to the initial part of the consultation.

A surprise to many clinicians is that we can even begin the consultation with silence. In his book on consulting styles in general practice, Roger Neighbour7 suggests remaining silent for several seconds after the patient sits down while waiting to see whether they commence the consultation without prompting.

They usually do. The power of silence deserves to be used more frequently in general practice, but it is a skilled art that requires practise and patience. Conflict of interest: none declared. References Kapilow R. All you have to do is listen: music from the inside out. Resuscitating the physician-patient relationship: emergency department communication in an academic medical center.

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