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Monumental produces the Awakenings festival and other techno music events under the Awakenings brand.
Objective: To assess whether awakenings from sleep and sleep duration in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) were related to demography posttraumatic or depressive symptoms subjective sleep quality and daytime sleepiness.
TO) said on Monday that it has received approval from Health Canada for Silenor (doxepin hydrochloride) for the treatment and symptomatic relief of insomnia characterised by frequent nocturnal awakening and/or early morning awakenings.
With the nations' consecutive awakenings, the puppet regimes affiliated to the world arrogance will go out of the scene one after another and the might and magnificence of Islam will increase day by day," he added.
Miriam Buether who also designs the set for our new piece, Awakenings, designed the set which was incredible.
Adyashanti began teaching in 1996 at the request of his teacher after a series of transformative spiritual awakenings.
Both Abha Dawesar's Babyji and Jill Nelson's Sexual Healing tell compelling tales of sexual awakenings that simultaneously tackle complex issues like gender roles, female sexuality and Western colonial influences on notions of sexuality throughout the world.
In the case of Carol Ann Weaver and Rebecca Campbell's Awakenings, the answer is a resounding "yes.
So I'm writing about the kind of awakenings women go through--erotic awakenings and spiritual awakenings.
Specifically, hardly any scholars have mentioned even in passing, and none have ever analyzed in detail, the ways in which the Civil Rights Movement fit into a long tradition of religious revivals, going back to the First and Second Great Awakenings, a tradition that incidentally transcends the cultural boundaries of the black church.
Prince tied the revivals in North America to other awakenings in England, Scotland, and Wales, creating the image of a trans-Atlantic work of God, while Gillies placed the early 1740s within salvation history.