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A Balancing Act

Author : Emmanuelle Chaulet
ISBN : 9780979906305
Genre : Acting
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A holistic approach to acting. This book presents acting as a mind, body and spirit practice and actors as emotional athletes, spiritual stuntmen and stuntwomen exposed to a constant roller coaster of emotions. Going beyond where Michael Chekhov left off, it offers new acting techniques using discoveries from holistic and energy healing modalities. Answering an urgent -yet never addressed-need, this book offers invaluable tools to heal post-performance stress disorder and cutting edge information about recovering your Highest Creative Self, the essence of your character, and true emotional balance. Lisa Dalton, Co-founder, International Michael Chekhov Association, Award-Winning Actor/Producer/Director and Co-founder and Certifying Board, National Michael Chekhov Association wrote the Foreword. She says: "It is rare to find a subject that urgently needs to be discussed and about which too little is written. The need to train the entire being of the performing artist is just such a subject. Emmanuelle Chaulet's A Balancing Act is a godsend to performing artists of any sort. Knowing how to Energize allows us to endure and even thrive during the rise and fall, the constant state of transformation, the juggling of feelings, styles, jobs, and colleagues while maintaining an even keel." "Truly some of the freshest and most innovative 21st century contributions to the art of acting." says Mel Shrawder NYC AEA/SAG actor, Former Head of Performance, University of Miami, and faculty at the Michael Chekhov Acting Studio in NYC.
Category: Acting

The Balancing Act

Author : Robert Schnase
ISBN : 9781426724589
Genre : Religion
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Our lives are filled to capacity with routines, habits, conversations, surprises, and disappointments. With all that's going on in life, it's easy to miss those quiet moments of grace which come more often than we realize. But they are there. In The Balancing Act, a collection of thirty short and insightful devotional readings originally written for his blog at www.fivepractices.org, Bishop Robert Schnase invites readers to take a daily look at how to watch for and include God in their lives. The Balancing Act is written to inspire prayer, conversation, questions, and change. Feel free to use it as a personal daily devotional or in small groups. Topics include spiritual attentiveness, life goals, and prayer. Readings will be grouped under weekly themes and include group discussion questions with each of the 30 readings. Listen to Bishop Schnase read from The Balancing Act. Please, Lord, Send Someone Else Somewhere Out There The Balancing Act Download a brochure on all available Five Practices products.
Category: Religion

Balancing Act

Author : Robin Lucas
ISBN : IND:30000052116799
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"This is no how-to manual detailing How To Be the Perfect Stepmother. Balancing Act instead unashamedly reveals the tightrope walk that life as a stepmother can be. More like a long talk with another woman who has been there and can tell you how she survived, this entertaining and informative account will help you survive." "Important areas covered include: protecting the adults' relationship; money, wills and other minefields; and sex, jealousy and rivalries." "If you signed up for a loving partnership forgetting that this included his children every day of the week or even every second weekend, this book is for you."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Family & Relationships

Balancing Act

Author : Ellen Stoll Walsh
ISBN : 9781442440647
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Two mice make a teeter-totter. They’re balancing just fine, but then along comes a frog. Can they make room for one more friend on their teeter-totter? What about two? What about more? Then a big bird comes along and wants to play too. Better watch out! Ellen Stoll Walsh has a singular knack for bringing simple concepts to life, as she does so vividly in this collage-illustrated balancing book that’s perfect for teeter-totterers of all ages.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

A Balancing Act

Author : Kathiann M. Kowalski
ISBN : 0822513501
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explores the role of Congress in the governmental separation of powers and defines the rights and powers of both Congress and the President.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Balancing Act

Author : Wendy Graham
ISBN : 9780734413543
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Fourteen-year-old Josie is talkative, impulsive and awkward. She desperately wants to fit in at school, but the kids think it’s weird that she’s always counting things. And constantly wiping things clean. And avoiding lifts and packed trains. During visits to the city to see her therapist, Josie becomes besotted with a city busker. She fantasizes about him and travels into town to watch his performances at every opportunity. One day Josie’s life begins to overlap with that of Macka, another school outcast. Macka is quiet, sharp-eyed and takes a while to trust people. A bit like the wedge-tail eagles and other birds of prey he trains after school at the Wildlife Haven. While Josie is besotted with the busker, Macka finds himself besotted with Josie. The two soon realise their lives are following similar paths, which causes a series of misunderstandings and missed opportunities, but also helps each develop a sense of self-worth. Written in a lively and humorous style whilst also invoking compassion and empathy for young people who don't fit in, BALANCING ACT by Wendy Graham is a well-rounded and powerful story of finding and accepting yourself.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Balancing Act

Author : Caterina Ruggeri Laderchi
ISBN : 9780821397909
Genre : Business & Economics
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Policy makers in ECA are facing a balancing act between the competing claims of fiscal and environmental concerns on the one hand, and affordability and political economy concerns on the other. However, the needed reforms can be built on the improvements in social assistance and energy efficiency initiated in the last decade.
Category: Business & Economics

The Balancing Act

Author : Fiona Parashar
ISBN : 0684028743
Genre : Self-Help
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A recent work/life study by MANAGEMENT TODAY revealed that almost half of Britain's managers feel too mentally and physically exhausted to do anything other than work and sleep, and nearly a third say their lives are out of control. Around half of the people questioned said they would switch jobs tomorrow for a better quality of life. Is it the way we work today that is causing this phenomenon or are we just not handling our lives as well as we could? THE BALANCING ACT offers the WHY, WHAT and HOW of getting more balance in our lives. It gets to the root of WHY we're out of balance, drawing on Fiona's own theories and interpretation of psychology, social trends and observations of the corporate world and says WHAT we can do about it. With original ideas to inspire us towards a new way of thinking, THE BALANCING ACT suggests HOW we can change our lives in easy steps. Written in a language clearly at one with the fast pace and issues faced at work today, this is a coaching book on how to get more balance in your life...your way, your style, your time. A recent work/life study by MANAGEMENT TODAY revealed that almost half of Britain's managers feel too mentally and physically exhausted to do anything other than work and sleep, and nearly a third say their lives are out of control. Around half of the people questioned said they would switch jobs tomorrow for a better quality of life. Is it the way we work today that is causing this phenomenon or are we just not handling our lives as well as we could? THE BALANCING ACT offers the WHY, WHAT and HOW of getting more balance in our lives. It gets to the root of WHY we're out of balance, drawing on Fiona's own theories and interpretation of psychology, social trends and observations of the corporate world and says WHAT we can do about it. With original ideas to inspire us towards a new way of thinking, THE BALANCING ACT suggests HOW we can change our lives in easy steps. Written in a language clearly at one with the fast pace and issues faced at work today, this is a coaching book on how to get more balance in your life...your way, your style, your time.
Category: Self-Help

Balancing Act

Author : François Matarasso
ISBN : 9287138621
Genre : Europe
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Category: Europe

Balancing Act

Author : J P Hamish Kimmins
ISBN : 0774842857
Genre : Nature
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In the past decade, there has been much debate over the environmental impact of forestry. People are justifiably concerned about what is happening to the local and global forest environments, but they are also confused by the polarized rhetoric that has characterized both sides of the debate. In Balancing Act, Hamish Kimmins calls for a balanced, more objective approach to forestry issues in order to bridge the gap between the most extreme opponents in the debate. He suggests that we need to begin with a common understanding of what forestry is about and how forest ecosystems work. He outlines the scientific and ecological aspects of the major environmental issues facing British Columbia and the world today, arguing that we need to disentangle the scientific from the value-based social aspects of these questions. He also contends that much of the current debate about forests and their management ignores the time dimension of ecosystems, and he calls for a more dynamic view of current environmental issues in forestry -- one that accounts for change. The first few chapters provide an outline of the basic principles of forestry and ecology, and subsequent chapters discuss the major environmental issues facing forestry in the 1990s. These include clearcutting, slashburning, management chemicals, old growth, biological diversity, 'new forestry, ' climate change, acid rain, the comparison between temperate and tropical forestry, and long-term decisions in forestry. Balancing Act is essential reading for those who are searching for an objective, accurate, and readable evaluation of the issues at the heart of the forestry/environment debate. By emphasizing that forests are not static but change over time, Kimmins adds an important, often ignored, dimension to the discussion. Only by understanding all the intricacies of the ecosystems can we learn to manage our forests in a sustainable fashion.
Category: Nature