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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    J. Purdee,Rayhman Jefferies
  • ISBN:
    190072913X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1900729130
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  • Publisher:
    Rapport Anchor Publishers (November 15, 1996)
  • Pages:
    20 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology & Counseling
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    1798 kb
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    4.3
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Using the unconscious mind, soft green grass and red-hot peppers, metaphors the right brain understands, you can either walk safely on burning hot coals, or transform the things in your reality so you build a bridge to your innate self; this short book transforms your dreams and your life in a powerful way.

In this metaphor, Bradbury associates dandelion wine with summer. Helen offers a lovely and bittersweet metaphor for how she feels as an old woman remembering her youth: "When you meet a dragon that has eaten a swan, do you guess by the few feathers left around the mouth?

In this metaphor, Bradbury associates dandelion wine with summer. He creates an image of dandelion wine sitting on the tongue, sweet and vivid. Helen offers a lovely and bittersweet metaphor for how she feels as an old woman remembering her youth: "When you meet a dragon that has eaten a swan, do you guess by the few feathers left around the mouth? That's what it is - a body like this is a dragon, all scales and folds. So the dragon ate the white swan. I haven't seen her for years. I can't even remember what she looks like.

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When people enter into a new relationship, they do not go looking for the rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel. When people enter into a new relationship, they do not go looking for the rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel.

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Firewalking is the act of walking barefoot over a bed of hot embers or stones. Firewalking has been practiced by many people and cultures in all parts of the world, with the earliest known reference dating back to Iron Age India – c. 1200 BC. It is often used as a rite of passage, as a test of an individual's strength and courage, or in religion as a test of one's faith.

The glass ceiling metaphor, a framework of the 1980s, constructs discrimination processes in a particular way .

The glass ceiling metaphor, a framework of the 1980s, constructs discrimination processes in a particular way in particular organizational frameworks. Using a procedure of metaphor evaluation, we examine the glass ceiling metaphor to determine whether it continues to be useful in contemporary social and economic contexts. We analyse the recently introduced firewall metaphor for its usefulness for constructing discriminatory processes in organizations, which remain hidden in the glass ceiling metaphor.