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The experience that a woman has during childbirth shapes how the rest of her child-raising experience goes, in many ways. A good birth can have a huge effect on how good you feel about your child, whereas a bad birth can often lead to feelings of sadness or PDST-type symptoms due to the pain and struggle of the birth experience. However, you don't need to worry about that now, because the information in this book gives you ALL of the experience and expert advice that you need in order to have a really amazing birth, that really marked that day as the truly special day that it is. This book teaches you how to use natural, holistic remedies to heal yourself during pregnancy in order to make sure that you feel your best during the whole birth experience. You can also learn everything you need to know about natural birth Everything you need to know to have a great pregnancy and birth is in this guide! Read more here...

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Archaeology and the Old Testament

According to the Bible, the capital of Judaea in the reign of king Saul was the city of Gibeah. The historians have given birth to a hypothesis identifying it with the ruins excavated in the Tell el-Ful Hill six kilometres to the north of modern Jerusalem. However, it is conceded that not a single inscription had been found in the town, and no clear evidence that the ruins belong to Saul's palace or a tower that

Primitive Place Types

Schindler Rudolf Architect Plan Masse

The most ancient types of place are those which are to do with the fundamental aspects of life keeping warm and dry moving from location to location acquiring and keeping food and water, fuel and wealth cooking sitting and eating socialising defecating sleeping and procreating defending against enemies worshipping and performing ritual buying or exchanging goods and services story-telling and acting teaching and learning asserting military, political, and commercial power discussing and debating fighting and competing giving birth suffering 'rites of passage' dying.

An Architecture of Mind and Body

Perhaps this is best illustrated in places of birth. Birthing began to change from a social to a technical-medical event at the end of the nineteenth century, both in hospital and home settings.130 In her analysis of the landscape of middle-class pregnancy and childbirth between 1870 and 1900, Annmarie Adams shows that the medical profession tried to dissolve the boundaries between the outside and the inside of women's bodies in order to see, explain, and control reproduction.131 This breakdown did not happen simply in the medically controlled hospital, but also in the lying-in room of the middle-class house. More than an innovation of architectural convenience, this special room was both a symbolic and visible extension of the mother's body, and provided observable space through which doctors could expand the conceptual limitations of the body. Lepori has reenvisioned new spaces for birth allowing women control of their bodies and minds during birthing. She finds that each woman,...

The Sukiya style a new architectural setting for the Japanese garden

Foto Per Muri

Tus. while at a structural level there were forcibly to combine a variety of different rooms beneath a single, predetermined roof shape Remarkably, it was the humble tea house which was to release Japanese architecture from both of ihese constraints and give birth to a freer ground plan and more functional design unparalleled until modern times.

The doubling of the sky

Claude Parent Slope

Only when we stare at the ceiling at night do we really first appreciate it. The dream of the insomniac is that the ceiling above will finally disappear. A whole genre of 20th-century literature was dedicated to the ceiling being the counterweight to the ruminations, doubts, worries, and anticipations of the insomniac, and turned the ceiling into the canopy over the modern soul. It is a special type of sleeplessness that produces the indictment of birth. (E.M. Cioran) The fact that in reality today we have to think in two dimensions, without structure, when considering the answer to this, is the outcome of a r ationalisation process that has given birth to the flat slab of reinforced concrete being the normal case. The primary job of a floor today is to carry loads over typical spans. For economic and not architectural reasons we therefore almost always resort to flat slabs. The majority of all building tasks, residential and office buildings, are characterised by their flat slabs....

Rediscovery of antiquity

The disintegration of the Roman Empire, and the gradual dissolution of the ancient world gave birth to Europe during the Middle Ages. This development was accompanied by the movement of tribes and populations around the continent. The Huns arrived from Asia, extending their dominion over a large part of eastern and central Europe in the fifth century. Successively, these areas were taken over by various other tribes. Beginning in the fourth century, and over a period of several centuries, Christianity progressively replaced the original religions in all parts of Europe moreover, in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, three major expeditions of Christian crusaders travelled to the Near East to conquer Jerusalem. Worship of relics was characteristic, especially of early Christianity, and crusaders were no exception European churches received quantities of relics (such as remains of saints, objects, or simply 'holy soil'), often recognized as furta sacra, and provided with a certificate...

Renaissance architectural treatises

While Alberti could be defined as a realist who did not favour fantastic designs, quite a different approach can be seen in Antonio Averlino, called Il Filarete (1400-69 70), the architect of the first municipal hospital, Ospedale Maggiore, in Milan. He was the first to write an architectural treatise in Italian (1461-64), describing the planning and building of an ideal town called Sforzinda (flattering the Sforza ). Like Vitruvius and Alberti, Filarete drew an analogy between architecture and human beings - even suggesting that a building had a life from birth to death. It was the architect's task to foresee the building's needs in order to avoid damage, and to have repairs made in time. Filarete made extensive surveys of ancient monuments in Rome, and showed these as an example of buildings that, with massive walls and built in good materials, should have lasted forever. Without maintenance, they had fallen into ruin, whereas a building like the Pantheon (used as a church) was...

Modern historical consciousness

Concepts of history and aesthetics became a fundamental part of Western culture. The rediscovery of folklore strengthened the feeling of national identity, and gave birth to the revival of national traditions, including the rebirth of suppressed languages (Berlin, 1992 Jokilehto, 1995). In the nineteenth century, there was a tendency even to invent traditions, as was seen in Britain, India and Africa (Hobsbawm and Ranger, 1983).

From An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of English Architecture 1817

All over Europe this style is commonly termed GOTHIC and though the name has often been objected to, it seems to be not only convenient from being so well understood, but also by no means inappropriate with regard to the associations which it implies. That the Goths as a particular people had nothing to do with the establishment of the style in question, is so generally notorious, that there can be no fear of any one being, in that respect, misled by the term. The notion which suggested the use of the word was manifestly the perception, that the style under consideration was a complete deviation from, and contrast to, the whole principle and spirit of Roman architecture and that this innovation and antithesis were connected with the course which taste and art took among the nations who overthrew the Roman empire, and established themselves on its ruins. And this is so far a true feeling of the origin and character of the new architecture, that we may consent to accept the word by...

The Ideology of Villa Life in Florentine Culture and Society

Roanaoke Island

This philosophical and literary position was reflected in works and commentaries by humanist writers at the very time when the particular fashion for suburban villas became part of the larger scene of events and changes in Florentine life and, especially, the waning ofthe climate of civic renewal which had spanned the late 14th and early 15 th centuries. The relationship between politics and culture, made possible at the peak of the communal era, was already crumbling at the very moment when individual contributions of artists and intellectuals were coming to be appreciated. In its increasing estrangement from political and social reality, the humanist debate found in contemplative life an opportunity, and perhaps one of the conditions, for a new moral equilibrium.5 The doubts which troubled humanists during the second half of the 15 th century sought to find appeasement in an ubi consistam, in an idealistic approach, a return to the happy natural life. The fusion of the literary...

The Biblical Prophecy Of Zechariah And The Date Of Its Creation

Morozov suggests translating the name YHVH, or Jehovah, as Thunderer, since it is a widely used synonym for J-Pater (Jupiter). One has to remember that believers haven't always had the right to pronounce God's full name aloud, and called him Adonai, or Lord, instead. This is probably the reason for the existence of the abovementioned abbreviation - the full form YHVH transformed into YAH or IAH, or even single letters I or J, which gave birth to the name Jupiter, or J-Pater - God the Father.

Tropes Yearning For Empire

Rhetorical preparations for Italy's attacks on Ethiopia bore little overt resemblance to the eloquent parliamentary and public debates of earlier imperialist phases. Occurring in the later years of the Fascist regime, the war on Ethiopia was not a decision made in public, in the Chamber of Deputies, or in the press. Nonetheless, crucial themes of national prestige and echoes of antiquity had endured from the Liberal period into the Fascist one. Mussolini differed from his predecessors in that he promoted higher birth rates as well as colonization and yet, the terms in which he described threats to Italy - in his famous Ascension Day speech of 1927 - were continuous with earlier rhetoric If we shrink in numbers , gentlemen, we will not have an Empire, we will become a colony 4'

Photonics in communication

In February 2000 the computer network at Kent State University in the USA came to a virtual standstill when thousands of hits from the music file-sharing utility Napster invaded emails from the Vice Chancellor and research data on genetic engineering. This gives credence to the nightmare scenario that a video-Napster capable of downloading anything from Birth of a Nation to Rocky IV could bring down the entire Internet.1 On-line virtual reality could overwhelm the system with up to 10 petabits per second, which is 10,000 times greater than present-day traffic. Linked computers sharing power called metacomputing could require 200 petabit capacity.

W F Libbys initial idea

Graph B in fig. 1.62 reflects the dependence of the neutron current on the height of 30 thousand feet on the geomagnetic latitude ( 986 , page 139). The measurements were conducted before 1955. This graph makes one think that the primary particles of cosmic radiation that give birth to neutrons are charged and reflected by the magnetic field of the Earth. It is significant that the neutron current density in the latitudes of 50 degrees (the latitude of Paris, Prague, Kiev and Kharkov) is three times higher than measured at the latitudes of 20-30 degrees (the Red Sea coast, the north coast of Africa).

From The Cathedral in Cologne 1814

Such a legacy is the Cathedral in Cologne. And if German honor once again rears up within us, we could not honorably find a more splendid work to begin, that is, until we bring it to its end and completely finish the building. The idea of the master sadly hovers over this cathedral he laments it from heaven. But every generation has the body of its unfilled past, and thus it hovers, half spirit and half incarnate, like the dead or unborn around a powerful mass the body cannot dissolve itself and return, or even give birth, and thus it endures a thousand-year sojourn on earth. Like an eternal reproach, the building stands before us and the artist is resentful for the fact that so many lifetimes could not bring to realization the ideas that he alone, a weak mortal man, nurtured in his spirit. A curse was even placed on it when the workmen abandoned it, allowing the angry spirit to take refuge in it. So long has Germany lived in shame and humiliation, the price of our own discord and...

Design for low or no maintenance

There is also more concern and care for the stewardship of 'Planet Earth' and the use of finite resources. It is not acceptable to consign to landfill sites thousands of fluorescent tubes replaced while they still have many hours of life left in them. Attention needs to be given at the design stage to the anticipated life of components and of whole buildings. The possibility of a 'no maintenance' building, run from birth to death without intervention, was postulated in Chapter 9.

The Evolution of Research Redefining Urban Violence and its Potential Causes

Everyone knows what violence is from birth. There is an aspect of vital force in the term derived from the Latin vis. Violence becomes a problem when it is not channeled or socialized. Violence is in fact less a concept than a set of situations all connected one to another, even if their intensity and forms cannot be compared. Most of them refer to behaviors, the goal or effect of which is to hurt the Other's body (integrity, affects, mind, goods) and territory (H ritier 1999). Violence denies everyone's aspiration to inviolability, protection, dignity, justice and this explains why it is such an existential threat. Moreover, if violence is associated with the urban, there is a collective and philosophical element implied, referring to a failure of the social cohesiveness which the city, in its political sense, is supposed to generate. In France, the debate on urban violence involves the entire society, a society which is smaller and more socially...

Raphael and the protection of monuments

How many popes, Holy Father, having had the same office as Your Holiness, but not the same wisdom nor the same value and greatness of spirit how many popes - I say - have permitted the ruin and destruction of antique temples, of statues, of arches and of other structures, that were the glory of their founders How many have consented that, just to obtain pozzolanic soil, foundations should be excavated, as a result of which buildings have fallen to the ground in a short time How much lime has been made of ancient statues and other ornaments So that I dare to say that this new Rome we now see, however great she may be, however beautiful, however ornamented with palaces, churches, and other buildings, is nevertheless built of lime produced from antique marbles . . . It should therefore, Holy Father, not be one of the last thoughts of Your Holiness to take care of what little remains of the ancient mother of Italy's glory and reputation that is a testimony of those divine spirits whose...

The social and political background

To understand the reasons for the change in Health Policy one must take cognisance of the following recent statistics In South Africa the ratio of urban to rural population distribution is 48.8 51.2 . By comparison Britain has a ratio of 89.3 10.7 . The birth rate per 1000 population is 34 compared to a world average of 25. Britain's birth rate is 13.3 1000 population. South Africa's population density is 33.9 persons per square km with Britain at 240 persons per square km. In Britain the passenger of km ratio is 34 times greater than in South Africa.

The nature of a primary health care clinic and infrastructure

Typically a primary health care clinic varying in size between 130 and 500 m2 comprises several consulting rooms, a waiting area for patients, a small administrative component, staff facilities and toilets. Sleeping over accommodation for patients is not generally provided. Staff accommodation for nurses is generally desirable it doubles up as a caretaker's facility the provision of quality accommodation encourages nurses to stay or be attracted to rural communities 24 hour nursing care is present. Depending on the birth rate surrounding each clinic a midwife obstetric unit is also frequently provided.

Historical Background

In the fifth century, Sanskrit was adopted as a language at court, giving birth to a writing system and the early inscriptions. The Khmer rulers without abandoning their own customs and traditions adopted what they needed of the Indian religions Hinduism and Buddhism. The stability of Funan was undermined by civil wars, and the creation of new states (upper and lower Chenla). The foundation of Angkor Empire was laid by Jayavarman II. In AD 802, Jayavarman II crowned

The Rise of Cyborgs a Desirable Goal

A broader, powerful, techno-scientific complex called converging technologies, made up of biotechnologies, information technologies, nanotechnologies and cognitive sciences. Not content to use science and technology for merely therapeutic purposes, to overcome handicaps, we are also striving with these converging technologies to enhance normal abilities1 with criteria which evolve with technical developments. As a result, the definition of what is considered as normal is continuously shifting and things currently considered as enhancements might perfectly well be considered as therapy tomorrow (Cerqui, 2002). If we keep working in this way, we have to be aware that humankind might consequently simply disappear to give birth to a new species built according to criteria that need to be clarified, as these technologies act at the collective as well as the individual level, and they concern the future of our species more than those of individuals who are part of it (Hottois, 1999, 8, our...

Works of art

Of art, and the artist had used the minimum amount of material to make its qualities visible. In the fragmented Torso of Belvedere, Winckelmann saw a resting Hercules 'Each part of the body reveals . . . the whole hero engaged in a particular labour, and one sees here, as in the correct objectives of a rational construction of a palace, the use to which each part has been put.'30 A work of art was conceived as a whole where the idealized parts were brought together in a marvellous balance within a noble contour. He compared the muscled body of the Torso with the sea, where waves give birth to new ones beneath the surface. In the Laocoon, he admired the artist's capacity to have experienced the pain of the body and the greatness of the soul in order to be able to reflect it in marble. Winckelmann believed that artistic development had reached its peak in ancient Greece. It had resulted from a long development, finding its maturity in Phidias and its climax in Praxiteles, Lysippus and...

The Muromachi era

The Muromachi era was to last some two and a half centuries, from 1336 to 1573. It was a period plagued by constant internal conflicts and civil wars, reducing Kyoto to ashes by 1477. At the same time, however, the era proved one of the most creative in Japan's History, giving birth to some of the greatest forms of Japanese culture. The tea ceremony, Noh theatre, landscape painting, Shoin architecture and the dry land

The Athens meetings

At the end of the First World War, the 1919 Paris Peace Conference gave birth to the League of Nations, an organization for international cooperation with its offices in Geneva. Within the new organization was established the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, which met for the first time in Geneva in 1922 under the presidency of Henri Bergson (1859-1941). Considering the needs of cultural heritage, the Committee decided to create the International Museums Office, in 1926, located in Paris. Its activities included the publication of the Mouseion periodical (since 1927), promotion of activities related to museums and the conservation of works of art, as well as the organization of international meetings. In October 1930, an international conference was organized in Rome for the study of scientific methods for the examination and preservation of works of art (Mouseion, xiii, 1931 162ff). Another meeting was held in Athens from 21 to 30 October 1931 to discuss the...

Acknowledgements

I acknowledge the prompting of Trevor Eastell of Richard Hemingway and Partners and the late Roy Holmes in encouraging me into teaching, and the help of many more in developing my research interests. Particularly, I thank Hedley Smyth for joining with me in the research which gave birth to 'just-in-time maintenance', and Chris Topley for supporting the project.

Udo Pollmer

But there is no psychophysics that can cope with many cultural or biological differences a Frenchman will respond to an overripe Camembert with relish, but it will make many Chinese want to retch. For them, cheese is nothing but a rotten, mouldy cow secretion. Many Asians are allergic to milk for genetic reasons. Their digestive system goes on strike when faced with lactose. Even the European-friendly Americans have their difficulties with French culinary practices in the Second World War they regularly destroyed cheese dairies because they smelled so strongly of rotting corpses. So to the regret of caterers, our taste preferences cannot be manipulated at will that is more likely to be possible if people are fed convenience foods from childhood. This effect has long been exploited for pig fattening. It is known that animals prefer fodder that contains the aromas of their first food. In piglet breeding, some sows are even fed a flavouring that passes into their milk. If the same...

Natural Beauty

Moreover, everything that was instilled and taught from birth to adulthood about the culture of their bodies and the preservation, development, and refinement of this culture through nature and art was done to enhance the natural beauty of the ancient Greeks. Thus we can say that in all probability their physical beauty excelled ours by far.

From Contrasts 1836

Acting on this principle, different nations have given birth to so many various styles of Architecture, each suited to their climate, customs, and religion and as it is among edifices of this latter class that we look for the most splendid and lasting monuments, there can be little doubt that the religious ideas and ceremonies of these different people had by far the greatest influence in the formation of their various styles of Architecture.

Beginnings

The human sense of order and affinity for design, forged through our long evolutionary history, goes back to our dawning sensations and experiences of life. The first safe haven we sense is our mother's womb. Our first awareness of regularity is the rhythm of our mother's heartbeat. Our first passageway is her birth canal. Our first sign of benevolence is at her breast. Our first awareness of self and other comes from sounds made and reciprocated. Our first feelings of ecstasy come from bodily release. The first window through which we see is our eye. The first tool we master is our own hand. The world is first revealed to us through the senses of touch and taste. Our first worldview is formed within small places of childhood. Our ancestors' first inkling that they were not alone was the empathetic encounter with animals. The first music they heard were sounds made by birds, animals, wind, and water. Their first source of wonder, perhaps, was the undimmed night sky. Their first models...

Design philosophy

Although the appropriate solution may embrace technical innovation this innovation is a result of a youthful and essentially humanistic outlook. The fact that he so enjoys developing new designs with students is further proof of this. His natural sense of human scale has given birth to a proliferation of what he calls 'micro-architecture projects'. For him the future is in innovation by reduction and compaction, architectural information on a compressed scale, bringing people closer to materials, textures and surfaces and reducing volume, indulgence and extravagance.

Cultural literacy33

The industrial landscape too shapes and is shaped by culture. The best factories of the industrial age project the pride of manufacture and production, the worst the exploitation of their workers. Grime and filth live often side by side with the raw beauty of gleaming machinery. Culture spreads its tentacles into every crevice of our lives how we shop and the look of shops, markets and retail how we spend leisure time and how the parks, boulevards and places of refuge are set out how we move around and whether we prefer public or private transport and, most importantly, how and where we give birth to our children and how we bury our dead. The list is endless.

Pregnancy And Childbirth

Pregnancy And Childbirth

If Pregnancy Is Something That Frightens You, It's Time To Convert Your Fear Into Joy. Ready To Give Birth To A Child? Is The New Status Hitting Your State Of Mind? Are You Still Scared To Undergo All The Pain That Your Best Friend Underwent Just A Few Days Back? Not Convinced With The Answers Given By The Experts?

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