A Comparative Typology of English and German A little summarizing video on the course English as a Germanic Language, more specifically on the book 'A Comparative Typology of English and German: Unifying the Contrasts' by John A. Hawkins. Music: "Untitled" (instrumental) - Josh Woodward
Naturalistic Hypnosis Training Vol. 3: Smoking Sessation (without commentary) Visit to get your copy. Each Naturalistic Hypnosis Training volume presents a complete hypnosis session with a version that includes extensive commentary. These sessions demonstrate how interactions between practitioner and client promote changework through permissive, Ericksonian techniques. New and experienced therapists alike will learn a variety of hypnotic language skills to assure success in working with a variety of clients. Some of the many skills discussed in this volume include Trans-Derivational Search * Physical Mirroring * Amnesia * Habit Reframing * Disorientation * Trance Utilization * Trance Deepening * Direct Suggestion * Nominalizations As an instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH), The International Medical and Dental Hypnosis Association (IMDHA), and the International Hypnosis Federation (IHF), Peter Blum has trained and certified hundreds of therapists, counselors, nurses and health professionals in the use of hypnosis. He is the recipient of the 2002 Award of Excellence in Integrative Therapies from the IHF, and was honored as 2004 Instructor of the Year by the NGH. Peter is co-author of The Phone Book: How to Use Neurolinguistic Programming on the Telephone.
Those Days in Orlando OUR DAYS IN ORLANDO [HQ] ...Lazy afternoon ... I wrote this song and recorded it with my guitar ... I then made a video with some pictures from the group ... Many mistakes and unwanted outcomes :-) Anyway, to remind us of those good days ... Adriano Here below the lyrics OUR DAYS IN ORLANDO Listen to this song if you would I never expected to feel this way But I know what you see Those days in Orlando For the rest of your life We learned how to elicit states This is relaxed, this is excited! And in one station time went so sloooow veeery slooow Those days in Orlando For the rest of your life Someone came here for the money Someone came here to learn how to help Some of us were just ***s playing with everybody else's brain ha ha ha ha Someone came home with a certificate someone came home with a new friend or love some of us never really got out of trance derivational search ... to learn ... How easy is to change, how easy is to change ... .
Dolphin Show The mahi-mahi (in Hawaiian) (Coryphaena hippurus) also known as dolphin-fish or dorado, calitos, maverikos, or lampuki (in Maltese) are surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. They are one of only two members of the Coryphaenidae family, the other being the Pompano dolphinfish. Called by the common name, dolphin-fish, the mahi-mahi is a fish, and is not at all related to the Delphinidae family of mammals correctly referred to by the common name, dolphin. Although technically incorrect, it is also common to refer to the mahi-mahi simply as dolphin, rather than dolphin-fish. Confusion over the spelling of this name derives from the Hawaiian word, mahi-mahi, being adopted into the English language in a variety of forms. The American Heritage Dictionary, fourth edition, cites the preferred spelling (occurring more frequently) as the hyphenated mahi-mahi. The secondary spelling is the single word, mahimahi, with the identical Hawaiian word given as the derivational source. But the Random House Websters Unabridged, second edition, offers the reverse of this preference order, with the single word being preferred to the hyphenated version, as does the OED (2000 draft entry). Mahi-mahi have a lifespan of 4 to 5 years. Catches average 7 to 13 kilograms (15 to 29 lb). They seldom exceed 15 kilograms (33 lb), and any mahi-mahi over 18 kilograms (40 lb) is exceptional. Mahi-mahi live at a little under 1000 feet (300 ...
Harry Potter and the half-blood prince ( Angol ). The shades multiply continually around Roxfort. The number of Harry Potter stepping into the sixth class though and his friends the witch and magician derivational suffix a training college's everyday life means enough excitement to them richly: harry the coursebook's of a special magic potion carrying secrets, Ron's girlfriend and Hermione love just burn mysterious and frightening. But Harry has increasingly more reasons the onto a fear. The haláldevouring already they're everywhere, the dementor attacks multiply, and Sötét Jegy appears above the school. Dumbledore hopes that his client may get stronger if he gets to know his past better. But there is danger, for which he may not prepare himself,.