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nondirectional

[¦nän·di′rek·shən·əl]
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In addition to simple resting, they undertook two different mental meditation activities, nondirective meditation and a more concentrative meditation task.
It should also be noted that practitioners of transcendental meditation and other nondirective mantra meditations will be more adept at transitioning their practices to acem meditation compared with individuals who do not practice meditation.
Nondirective coaching is powerful when people have what they need inside them already.
Virginia Axline (1947) first applied person-centered principles to counseling with children and named her approach nondirective play therapy.
For example, does the situation call for a directive, a cooperative, or a nondirective communication style?
The unsurprising finding was that relaxation training, nondirective support groups, and similar non-specific interventions had a non-negligible therapeutic effect (compared to a wait list condition) that needs to be taken into consideration when designing or evaluating trials about the effectiveness of psychotherapy.
The other type may be called nondirective meditation, where the person who is meditating effortlessly focuses on his or her breathing or on a meditation sound, but beyond that the mind is allowed to wander as it pleases.
We will offer clear distinctions between when to teach, when to process, and when to engage in nondirective coaching.
Feder's discussions with clinicians about the ways attitudes toward normalizing surgery have (or have not) changed since the Consensus Statement are particularly revealing, explaining both the persistence of these surgeries and the ethical limitations of value-neutral or nondirective counseling.
Exploring support structures and assurance of nondirective support in decision-making are essential.
The second part of the article develops a nondirective analysis of co-creation in the field of photography using our fieldwork as the foundation.