The Middle

The art refining, of the old construction of the Greeks, is the one that wishes to talk back and little by little it becomes present in his greco-roman style. The concrete one is used to maximize its development. The works are solid, functional and with aesthetic balanced. They represent an excellent contribution the history of the western design. A sample is the Pantheon of Agripa.

a quite classic house for a family with a surface of 130 meters square. Account with 3 dormitories of which 1 owns private bath and closet own. Extensive kitchen of 6 meters by 3, counts on place for a daily dining room, pulled island and sector for sideboard. In the main room all the doors converge and distributing corridor, the measures are of 6 by 4.75 meters. The distributing corridor connects both to remaining dormitories, which approximately own measures of 3 by 3.5 meters.

Both have embedded closet. The same corridor connects to a small bath, a laundry and stairs towards a cellar of 129 meters square. In the outside it owns two tiled porches, one frontal and another later one, with columns of wood, balusters and stairway of three rooms, two baths and ample social zones she is ideal for abierto field, also perfect for climates colds, their wide walls and small windows besides the chimney they can provide and keep the heat within the house. To left flank we found all the zone deprived, first we found the auxiliary rooms with a bath in the middle shared, more ahead is the main room with an ample bath, the house has an attic to which it is possible to be acceded by stairs in the middle of the house. The first level this elevating of the ground protecting to the house of the humidity of the land, later in entering the house more back we found a room ample that to the bottom it has the kitchen and the dining room, this the exit to a Porch that leads to the garage. It finds many other ideas in our Web site. Facades with classic style

Quality Management

Projects of the Engineering Office supplier management of Ingenieurburo for supplier management specializes in supplier management, quality management and project management in mechanical engineering, plant engineering and automotive industries. The services include supplier management: supplier selection, supplier development, purchasing and lean management. Quality management offers process audits (VDA 6.3), advanced product quality planning (APQP) and sampling (PPAP, PPF). Here are some selected projects are outlined to show the wide range: selected examples of projects start and new supplier for bi-turbo sports car engine quality management task: new suppliers should be qualified for the restart of a redesigned engine. In addition, all engine components were also new and went through more constructive modifications in the testing phase. Procedure: The suppliers were made familiar requirements of the OEM subject process and product releases in advance with the. In the run-up to processes were examined audited, tools and checks the compliance of specifications. Product-specific sampling carried out after approval of the process, which have been matched and graded with the technical requirements.

Result: Through the intensive care of critical suppliers, many problem potentials in the course of a quality planning have been defused ahead. Procurement of plastic technology tools for automotive (clients: VW, Audi, BMW, Daimler, Ford) task: an automotive supplier needed tools and additional components for the realization of vehicle new start-ups of well-known automotive manufacturers. It went to components of the areas of air duct, air filtration, oil and valve technology were installed in the engine compartment. A core competence lay in the the engine sound design that is modulated in the resonance bodies like the filter housing. Procedure: For the thermoplastic and elastomer plastic components toolmakers were in the fields of plastic injection molding, blow molding, elastomer evaluated and requested. This was supplemented by additional components such as fabric hoses. The Requests were made in direct coordination with the development and according to their specifications.

Result: For the calculation of new projects a cost and time frame arose each for tools and optional components. This a sharp calculation and tender of the OEM was made possible, which often resulted in the award of contracts. Tools could then quickly be ordered to comply with the tight project timeframe.

Dealing with Emotions

Because it is too unclear to all of us that thoughts and feelings creating our reality, therefore, be very careful with those negative thoughts that you let come into your mind, when this happens, replace them or replace them with other positive, as it recalls the thoughts to govern and shape your reality physics in a way that you’re not able to understand. The mind is everything, because it is the only reality that exists, as it is up is down, as well as you think, you’re so everything what conscious focused estes or incoscientemente sooner or later will manifest… is this not amazing? just have to stay focused all the time, in the life of your dreams, in abundance, enjoying a perfect health, and feeling good is why record all these images in your subconscious, and you’ll see in an almost magical way, your subconscious, or your inner self, or your creative (like I call it) will work for you and your life will transform, I repeat, in an almost magical way. Wealth and abundance belong us as a divine right, only must learn to receive everything already belongs to us. and as Bob Proctor would say (the secret) life is phenomenal, has to be phenomenal and will be incredibly phenomenal when you learn how to apply the secret in your life that is, when you put into practice everything you’ve just read, every day, starting today! Guaranteed! Original author and source of the article

Musical Instruments

Why the instrumentista must go beyond the obvious one? However, to make the obvious one without effort! Sofrvel Quo is to hear a musical workmanship, where the instrumentistas spend all its energy to reach the essential. It is visible that they are in the limit, and of the essential the same ones do not have capacity to pass. Already the good instrumentista has, goes to say thus, a saving, that is, a reserve of techniques, to be used when she will be necessary. Therefore the obvious one is made with nimbleness, and the alternations of techniques, hide its limit, and give life, many times to a simple song, that could pass unfurnished our ears. It is truth well that has musicians that they use repetetivas techniques, that are not the case of the studio musicians, who makes what the producer asks for using the minimum of possible force. Generally the musicians who make use of repetetivas techniques are inserted in the intermediate group, that is, enter the instrumentistas of bands and of studio, they only lack plus a step to reach the apex. These instrumentistas must be stimulated, a time that have what to give. Already with regard to the musicians of pssima quality, and alone consegum to reach the obvious one with effort very, I do not have nothing to say!.

Learning Disabilities

With paper folding be perception, concentration and self-esteem sponsored by part performance errors in therapy it is an enormously important step to restore often significantly impaired self-esteem of the children and young people first. For this particular origami, paper folding, inserted into the therapeutic conveyor, a specialised body for reading spelling, calculating weakness and attention deficit disorder. This especially so-called module origami used, because here at the folding of many identical parts (modules), which are later assembled without glue, precision and concentration are particularly important. In addition to the development of so-called support functions such as motivation, perseverance, self-confidence, etc. part performance problems often impaired perception processing, as well as the imagination of children and young people are affected by paper folding positive… Visible this Visual will be writing for example to differentiate similar letters as “d”, p”and b” or counting with the issue of importance, i.e.

the correct spelling of two multi-digit numbers with standardized test procedures successes in these areas can be clarified. All scientific background have the kids enjoy the wrinkles in the first place and can demonstrate with their established folding objects in their social environment. I can something that others cannot! “.” So they keep lots of recognition even in public, as shown by an award-winning public origami Christmas tree and the participation in the international origami Festival peace tree “I’m stupid the other say!” Frustrated, Max wipes all books from the table. This is the most common problem in children with partial performance errors: the whole person is questioned, if it’s just as basic subjects such as German or computing. Responding Max (or Lisa) as Rumpelstiltskin, or pulls it (them) back, the message “love me when I don’t deserve it is completely have, because I need it most,”often it is initially the most important thing, to rebuild the fractured confidence… At part performance errors, this means: the children and young people there to pick up, where they are so not to criticize the weaknesses around, but to reinforce the strengths.

Disability Equality Act

Also sighted are affected, including the rescue forces entered a building in the event of an emergency for the first time. Here the architecture can help a critical part, to create solutions for safe and independent moving of all visitors and residents. Also, the architecture for the blind and visually impaired is subject to special and diverse criteria which are regulated for public buildings in 18040 accessibility standards and 1450 building for the blind. But what is actually accessible to build it? Within the meaning of the Disability Equality Act (BGG), all structures are then barrier-free, if they are accessible and can be used without particular difficulty and basically unassisted for everyone. To implement accessibility, the two sense principle is maintained consistently. If a sense fails, therefore appropriate information, warnings and instructions must at the same time for at least a further sense be mediated. Challenges for architects, one of the key tasks for the designers is the differentiation between the utter failure of one mind (blindness, deafness), and the constraint of a sensory (Visual impairment, deafness).

This approach is important, because also the architectural measures necessary to compensate for significantly different. So, a visually well contrasted and displayed in large characters information sign helps a blind man nothing. As well, it is the visually impaired with a sign only in Braille. The intersection, which exhibit these groups, are acoustic and tactile AIDS. Differences in accessibility from the perspective of visually impaired people are, for example, the high-contrast design of all equipment and controls, the marking of danger areas (E.g. stairs, glass doors) and the Visual information in a suitable manner (luminance, shape, size, etc.). Blind people must get a mental picture of their environment on the other hand. Therefore straightforward, right-angled spatial structures, closed guidance and control systems (E.g. soil indicators), written information in profile or Braille or audible playback a much tactile contrast (material, shape, surface) are necessary to ensure the mobility and orientation.

Ramon Gallegos

They are the four pillars of learning: learning to learn, learning to do, learning to live together in a responsible manner and learning to be. These four learnings of the holistic education have also been undertaken by the Commission for education of the 21st century of UNESCO. Ramon Gallegos pointed out that spiritual intelligence is today the most important and necessary since it comes to resolve the fundamental problem in the field of education and training. There is a growing need for spiritual things. We live in a society hedonistic and nihilistic, with little significance, where the motivation for humans comes the pleasure of owning material things i.e. attachment to pleasure this being a false path to happiness, inevitably leads to suffering, because us away from our true happiness that lies in being and not having. Hence the need for an option that allows us to overcome suffering and achieve happiness and this possibility of being truly happy only you it complies to recognize that the road to happiness is the spiritual realization. We need a balance between material well-being and spiritual realization that spirituality is the knowledge of the true nature.

Ever the hedonism and nihilism may provide us true happiness. Hedonism and nihilism want to achieve happiness mainly through sensory pleasure, namely through gratify to ego, the more we pursue and we stick to pleasure more empty we stay, more unhappy living in suffering. The nihilism and hedonism have been developed by our ignorance of our true nature, instead of seeing to the transpersonal being us, we see pure ego, narcissism and materialism, creating a huge misunderstanding on the meaning of life, living a miserable world full of confusion, moral collapse and the loss of meaning to live. The problem of hedonism and nihilism is so serious that it is necessary to understand them thoroughly and then see how the spiritual intelligence is the only one who can cure us of such evils.

But Bodhidharma

Zen, despite being a type of Buddhism, has a direct influence of Taoism regard your introducer in China, Bodhidarma, there are several the legends surrounding this figure. One of them tells that once having been asleep while meditating, was so furious with himself that was cut the eyelids, which gave rise to the first tea plant to fall to the ground. Since then tea has the zen monks provided protection against sleep, facilitating mental clarity. Bodhidharrna came to India around the year 520 from France, and continued journey until the Court of the Emperor Wu de Liang, enthusiastic protector of Buddhism. The Emperor told him all that had been done to promote the practice of Buddhism, the construction of temples, monks etc.

protection and asked him what merit had won with it, according to the conception that the gradual accumulation of good deeds that lead to circumstances each time better in future lives and the accumulation of merits. But Bodhidharma replied: absolutely no merit! This undermined the idea that the Emperor had Buddhism to the point that asked: What, then, is the first principle of sacred doctrine? Bodhidharma replied: everything is empty; There is nothing sacred. Then asked the Emperor: and who are you to be here before us? Bodhidharma replied: I don’t know. After this interview, Bodhidharma retired to a monastery on Wei, where it is said that he spent nine years in a cavern, looking at the wall. Suzuki argues that this should not be taken literally, but rather symbolic level alluding to the interior State of Bodhidharma, who managed to exclude from your mind all thoughts that held him to the sensory world.

Thus remained Bodhidharma until monk Shen-kuang, then named Hui-k approached him or that would become the successor of Bodhidharma. Hui-k or he asked Bodhidharma and again she instructed him, but was always rejected. However, continued sitting meditating outside the cave, waiting patiently in the snow with the hope that Bodhidharma finally give.

Occupational Therapy Treatment In Dementia

The Praxis fur Ergotherapie Elisabeth Brechtel informed insidiously missing memory and forgetfulness are clear signs of a dementia. Maintain a dementia patient is associated with a significant stress for those affected, as well as for nationals. The most rapidly progressive disease of the brain can affect social, cognitive and emotional abilities. Occupational therapy is suitable especially for treating sumayyah people. You allows to get a certain quality of life and independence the sufferers, encouraging targeted existing skills.

Mrs Brechtel informed about the ways of occupational therapy for people with dementia, from the practice of occupational therapy in Cologne. Each patient has different needs of individuality. That according to the therapy must be made personal. So, a preliminary interview is necessary in any case. Afterwards, you can create a personal treatment plan. Objectives of occupational therapy – promotion in the Performing activities in everyday life – support and stabilization of existing and already missing mental social and physical skills – use of existing skills – avoidance and reduction of dependency and isolation – extension and maintenance of the locomotor system – promoting awareness – promotion and stabilization of brain performance – improving and maintaining quality of life content of occupational therapy – training of motor and sensory skills – training in neuro-psychological disorders / brain performance training – training the independence in everyday life – adaptation of living space care of relatives–care of relatives – activation of the self-perception of the occupational therapist Mason Bechtel is experienced in the treatment of various diseases. For information about the benefits of occupational therapy in dementia patients is they always available. Press contact Praxis fur Ergotherapie Elisabeth Brechtel sixty str. 40 50733 Koln Tel.: 0221 7391781 fax: 0221 7391781 E-Mail: homepage: oLN.com

Prevention Of Burn-out

B. Alan Wallace: The liberating power of attention. That have become now commonplace experiences are a training steinrich 2012 no longer knowing edition, where the head is one, in the variety of insurmountable tasks that all at the same time call for registration, to lose, to forget what you wanted to always remember, all of this for most. Attention deficits are a permanent sensory overload, the order of the day. The attention and how we can train them, dedicated to this book. Alan Wallace shows how we can train our attention through a comprehensive 12 steps attention training, which was originally designed in a Buddhist context, and concentrated and relaxed living as everyday. It also allows to make better use the liberating and healing dimensions of the spirit.

Bestselling author Daniel Goleman writes in his preface: Alan Wallace gives us in the liberating power of attention ‘ for the training of the concentration and Attention skills a guide on the hand and presents us hence a potential cure for our chronic distractibility become the norm in modern life. We have become addicted, our attention between E-Mail and iPod, between the person with which we’re just together, and the people who call us now on your mobile phone, split between the present moment and the planning of the next. Alan’s suggestion sounds simple, is pretty radical: we can continually improve our concentration and attention capacity and increase and strengthen this mental ability as well as our triceps. In the physical area, the key lies here in the targeted practice and practice. This book explains the specific details of the methods by which we can strengthen the muscles of our attention with remarkable clarity.” Even if the attention training in Buddhism plays an important role, it must be not Buddhist, to his attention and Concentration skills to schools. So, the author emphasizes in his introduction: attention training, we need to attach any religious faith or any ideology. It is the key to a mental balance, the benefits of which benefit everyone, this practice dedicated to persevering,.” This book is suitable for all who want to train their attention skills.

Whether it has or not, dealt with the topic plays no role. The instructions are detailed and easy to understand and to each level, there are detailed practice instructions and additional exercises that are conducive to the training, such as the development of the four emotions, which are regarded in Buddhism as the highest, namely loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. Even if we us one such comprehensive training not undergo want or intermittently, so reading this book offers you valuable tips and information to find decelerated lifestyle. Thus, the book offers a ideal prevention against the now so widespread burn-out. Hardcover, 320 pages, ISBN 978-3-942085-25-0, EUR 24.90, Traudel Reiss