Because sometimes when you're quiet about yourself, you feel
like : to have an urge or desire to <Do you feel
like taking a walk?
Sounds weird, but the first step to feeling better is to feel as bad as you possibly can.
In other words, when somebody signs a contract like that for a major fight, we feel
, in effect, we own his services and his promotional loyalty, at least until after that fight.
Now that she has her green card, she feels
her dancing has improved.
Steady state feels
quick and relaxed with deep, slow, inaudible breathing and a discernable "huff" between phrases of conversation.
If I'd been able to feel
even close to this naturally on even a semi-regular basis, I thought, I'd never have gotten into such trouble.
4) It is essential to develop a relationship with the student based on reality--what the student truly thinks and feels
, rather than on transference--what the student hopes or thinks we feel
like it is such not a big deal to be gay," he says.
They transcend time, in their understanding and translation of American blues, folk, rock, and old-timey melodies; tone, in a respect for open space within the music and focused playing of their instruments; harmony, in the way their voices blend together so effortlessly; and rhythm, by confidently relying on a synergy and feel
that exists amongst hem--they're neither slow nor fast, just perfectly unrestrained.
suspended in a three-dimensional grid of opaque code, which might potentially reveal deep truths beneath the surface appearance of things if one could only excavate the byzantine mechanics of the piece's generation.
From novice to advanced yogi, partner yoga may be for you if you'd like to unfold your heart, unclench your body, undo effort, unguard, shine as love's light, open deeper, trust, offer your deep presence, breathe fully, feel
outward, be alive .