The subject has not been glamorised in any way.She looks very glamorous, even though she is naked, the way she is sitting, her jewellery and the fact the her maid is bringing her flowers, all make her look very sophisticated and feminine.The artists always seemed to present women in a positive way.Manet’s ‘Olympia’ is another famous depiction of a woman relaxing.The nude paintings were not done in a sexual way, more of an insight to the intimate life of a woman, so the viewer feels like they are seeing something personal.
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Both used humor to capture the audience 's attention which I find to be smart to get both the audience and speaker to become relaxed.He gave strong eye contact throughout his speech and overall delivered a strong commencement speech.Try to make the world good according to your standards.” Colbert seemed confident throughout his speech and gave encouragement to the audience in a very relaxed way.My eye contact was on most of the audience but I wished I looked towards the sides more, my posture was good , my legs did not cross, and my hand movement was minimal and did not move too much which is the case when I usually talk to people.I was personally encouraged by both speakers and found their delivery to be relaxed but powerful, and intere...
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Concentration is all about focusing on the present situation.However, remember to compete the way you have been trained.Remember that a sharp mind can cut deeper!Keep in mind that being relaxed means that you are excited in a good way.All your hard work will become futile if you are not mentally tough.
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This is because I think that if an actor has not prepared in this way then she/he may still be concentrating on other pressures that they have, they may not be able to perform believably and the performance would not be as lifelike and would not have as much of an impact on the audience, who are ultimately the most important people in any performance.Also, tensity prevents concentration, inhibits expressions and an actor cannot freely express anything when muscular tautness is present.It is important to bring back these feelings and emotions in order for the actor to draw on their own feelings and understand how their character would be feeling in certain situations that they are put in.An actor may want to use emotion memory to understa...
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And you will be awake, full of confidence that you do not need to bite your nails under any circumstances now.Now as you own this new confidence and happiness I will be bringing you back to the real world.Use new energy to relax and concentrate… concentrate hard on your goals.I will count again from 7 to 1 and with each count you will drift back upwards bringing with you a feeling of strength and of self awareness, of you as a stronger and more positive person.I am going to help you to relax even deeper….
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Infants and adults respond to music in similar ways.The right hemisphere of a human brain serves to process information in a spontaneous or intuitive way.Listening to an up beat, fast song might give someone energy to work out; listening to a soft, relaxing song might put a person to sleep; and listening to Mozart may enhance spatial reasoning and memory in the brain.Different types of music create different effects depending on the person.Whatever the situation may be, music seems to have a purely benefiting effect.
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Stimuli are classified as focal (immediately confronting the person), contextual (all other stimuli, that are present) or residual (non specific such as cultural beliefs or attitude about illness).“Aging” is defined as the time from birth to the present for a living individual, as measured in specific units (John Anne).The coping mechanism of the cognator subsystem occurs as a result of relaxation therapy.Figure – 1 highlights the conceptual framework based on modified Roy’s adaptation model.The experimental group is subjected to relaxation therapy.
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Listening to music helps to relax brain muscles and in that way you get to relax brain and body the same time.There were mentioned many ways that someone could follow to fight stress.Therefore those who chose to get over stress doing it the right way is those who will for example will visit a specialized doctor or visit a medical room, or get help by communicating with the relatives to have more healthy environment and generally aim to do helpful ways that will benefit someone’s life from present to future.For combating stress, there are many ways for doing that.Also there is going to be itemized some positive ways for someone can chose to fight stress.
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I do not hate to be adult.I have no time to do my hobbies or to relax.Those cause me stresses, people problems, and hurry life.Those activities could help me relax and build up my concentration which made me get to know myself better.In conclusion, being a grownup gives me more chances to meet people in different kind, doing challenging things, and learn more about society.
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So, that way speaker would not easily forget what to say.Concentrate on the presentation.Rehearse not only the verbal content of the presentation but also speaker posture, gesture and use of presentation aids.The aim of presentation is usually to inform, to persuade the audience to act, to influence, to entertain, or to make audience think in a certain way.Skills training in public speaking will teach ways to organise ideas as well as prepare and delivery speeches.
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When I first entered university, I had fear of making a presentation in front of a group of people... To calm fears and relax from stress, one can enjoy a hot drink while listening to soft music.If I kept thinking about this idea, I will fail to do well in the presentation in front of the class.The next day, that thought kept running in my mind and couldn’t leave, so I told my brain to stop thinking about it and let me think about my presentation... For example if I am afraid of snakes, there are three ways to overcome the fear of snakes.
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These are healthy ways to relief form stress: .Meditation and relaxation are two safe ways unlike medication which contain some kind of drugs and it have many side effects.Self helping is the most important way to deal with stress.There are many ways to over come or to cope with stress.Focus on the tension flowing away and the way your foot feels as it becomes limp and loose.
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This shows that the tempo is like the human heart and how it beats.The music tracks were played consecutively, in the same order for each volunteer as follows:a) Acoustic: No Other Way by Jack Johnsonb) Blues/Jazz: Georgia On My Mind by Ray Charlesc) Classical: Leave No Man Behind by Hans Zimmerd) House/Electronica: La Musique by Riot In Belgiume) Hip-Hop: Don’t Matter by Akonf) R&B: Stronger by Kanye Westg) Rock: Start Me Up by the Rolling StonesVariables:Controlled: Ipod, volume, songs, heart rate monitor, time of music play, volunteer’s age bracket and gender.They say the present study suggests that an appropriate selection of music – alternating fast and slower rhythms interspersed with pauses – can be used to induce relaxation a...
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Experimental Brain Research 202 (2): 431-443. .Alcohol Plenum Medical Book Co. , New York, 35-45.“Neurological Effects of Alcohol”.– Changing of facial expressions throughout game – Doesn’t look relaxed – Left hand is tensed – Left leg movement 3rd Male: -Reaction times quick – Right hand used – Calm – Concentrated – Head closer to screen – Random tongue movement throughout game – Relaxed hands – Slouched posture Figure 4.“ Interaction between vestibular and proprioceptive inputs triggering and modulating human balance-correcting responses differ across muscles”.
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Avoid becoming anxious around your teenagers and do not discuss your problems with them; their level of maturity means they can’t help you, and your venting may only increase their anxiety.Parents can help simply by supporting their teen.While there may not be a cure for anxiety, there are ways to reduce the impact that anxiety has on you.Help your teen learn different relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, and yoga.Parents often are looking for answers and ways to support their teens through all of this.
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All these precious experience will continue benefiting me in the future.My first formal presentation was the Speech to Inform.I believe that, if I feel nervous in the future, I will not be afraid of this emotion like what I did before.This course provided me knowledge on how to make me relax.Thus, I am proud to say that I have fullfilled the course objectives and enhanced my public speaking skills.
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Leuner (1969) explains guided imagery technique the following way: .Of the 20 clients that improved, 14 of them regressed to a past life when they were asked to go to the source or origin of their phobia or problem without directly instructing them to regress to a past life, while the other 6 regressed to an event in their present lifetime.Although a large amount of research has centred on the ways in which images are produced, the ways in which thought processes operate, and the value of imagery in memory and cognition, little attention has focused on the process by which people associate meaning to the images they produce or on the dynamic qualities or functions of imagery in the psychotherapeutic process.This context is consistent in ...
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However, it only treats the symptoms of the disorder, not the underlying cause.It is highly effective when the problem is a learned anxiety of specific objects/situations.Also it is interesting to research and find out about systematic desensitisation.By using classical conditioning it is easy to see the development of phobias from connecting certain stimuli to certain responses.J, Reisberg.D ‘’Psychology 8th edition’’ Norton, (London 2011) .
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I have improved my writing techniques by not writing vague statements and adding depth to my essays; thus, I do not suffer from writer’s block anymore.For example, my PSA’s and proposal’s audience were highly academic and achieving people such as the mayor of Windsor and CEO of MADD; thus, I had to be formal in my writing.The editorial had to to be backed up by research as well because newspaper readers are more likely to be convinced of an issue if they are presented with facts and evidence.However, my creativity has changed for the better because I can write on a topic endlessly due the fact that I have improved my writing techniques.My proposal had to be backed up by research to prove to the mayor that a problem exists in Windsor’s pu...
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A strategic way to ensure smooth flow within the speech stricter may be by presenting the speech in reverse where the speaker begins with the conclusion that summarizes the main message, while abridging and restating the preceding information.Visual aids should serve to guide the audience through the presentation in order to reinforce the key points, capture their attention and augment message retention.In this way, the speaker can organize his or her thoughts to eliminate disorientation during presentation.Another best way to suppress anxiety at this stage is through engaging in dialogues with friends, workmates and other participants who encourage positively.However, the presentation speech should not be the main theme of these talks.<...
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In the first scenario the use of gesture was quite significant.Use of Gesture: .An example of a use of gesture in the first scenario could be when: the doctor made a hand gesture when telling the patient to take a seat.In the second scenario there wasn’t a lot of gesture used, but an example of when gesture was used could be when smiles were exchanged between the three teachers to promote a warm and welcome atmosphere.In the third scenario the posture was also very informal and relaxed throughout to convey the close relationship between the patient and the auxiliary nurse and the patient and her daughter.
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Quite time is actually good in order to up the head and relax.Quiet time is without exception satisfactory to clear in the head combined with relax.Ignore the lights furthermore place on some rounded music; also just relax in anticipation of having a sensation like you will choose a prune.Ignore the lights and hang up on some soft music, and just relax unless you feel like you are likely to turn to a prune.You can utilize your inner secrets and techniques for assist you relax so that you are able to clear your face and imagine straight.
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What action do you want your audience to take at the end of your presentation?So here is a mini checklist if you ever have to make a business presentation or one minute pitch.Make sure that your presentation has a structure, usually a beginning, middle and end.Each time you vividly imagine yourself giving a successful presentation, your confidence will grow just like it would if you had actually given a successful presentation.There are, however, many ways of overcoming communication anxiety without needing to take tranquilizing medicine to calm you down or avoid the situation completely.
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Also trying to bring his feeling from the past to present and know that he can make a change of situation.The only way is to recognize how the client’s know about himself and helping him to come up with his own plan.Then he would asked to relax his muscle from the head then neck and shoulder to the back until the lower limbs.In the section, I may give instructions to Scott to teach him relax.I think this is a suitable way for Scott as he did not answer a open question easily, using a different way like playing music maybe give him another way to express himself.
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Wiese-Bjornstal, D.M.(1998) suggests that a variety of personal and situational factors influence the way that injured athletes cognitively appraise their injuries.(1987) Psychological rehabilitation and physical injury: Implications for the sports-medicine team.and Morrey, M.A.(1998) An Integrated Model of Response to Sport Injury: Psychological and Sociological Dynamics.
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I think that this agreement has been followed and I do feel safer knowing it is in place especially during the triad exercises.I think I have become more self aware and realise that I am slightly guarded, especially with certain people in my life.Many helping relationships occur in veryday life and this course has allowed me to understand the difference between formal counselling and a counselling approach.The feedback I have received has been helpful and I do try to improve on weak areas and I hope that I give the same back to others.During the triad exercise I was very aware of my body language and responses and initially did not relax.
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At the same time, stop, relax, and try to breathe.Basically, the stimuli that causes stress is detected, the hypothalamus of the brain reacts in two ways: it activates pituitary gland to release adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH), stimulated adrenal gland to activate adrenal cortex to release corticosteroids and this will hinder immune system reaction, inhibits tissue irritation and releases energy from the liver.Some of the students in KMB practice a yoga-like doings and tai-chi (a type of traditional Chinese method to relax), and surprisingly, it works.It possibly will work in two ways which is the buffering effect or the direct effect.The conclusion of this essay will evaluate and conclude about the stress reducing ways.
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Researching and understanding your audience is imperative and can present opportunities in which value can be added.As you present, you should look for opportunities to add value.Telling a story or beginning a presentation with an anecdote is a good way to break the ice, ease a presenter’s anxiety, and engage the audience at the same time because telling stories is something that comes naturally to humans.Once a speaker becomes familiar with the wants and needs of the audience, the presentation becomes much easier to craft (Mackay, 2011).According to Koegel (2007), understanding the business, issues, and concerns of the audience is an excellent way to achieve this goal.
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Sometimes when this holiday comes around I have to worry about what to get certain people and how much I would spend.Christmas time is all about caring and sharing, and every year I try to get my family and friends a gift that’s from the heart, these gifts include sleepwear, jewelry, clothes etc.We usually have a meal preparation; before we can eat we say our prayers and give thanks to each other.One of the things that I like about Christmas besides having the time to relax and spend with my family is going Christmas shopping, it’s fun and when you at the mall you get to see all your friends there.On Christmas Eve I attend a midnight mass and in that morning some of my relatives and friends come over to spend the day with my family and m...
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To conclude this essay, I believe this poem is about two people who deeply love each other and the lover tries to persuade the woman into losing her virginity to him.Most of us will find their true love at some point and experience the mingling of their blood.The effect of this rhythm is that makes it easier to remember this poem, as it in some way sounds like a song when the rhythm is followed.Religion as in the marriage bed and marriage temple and not having sex before “woo”.Not necessarily of course, but I believe that for most of us this is true.
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