the act of bringing into focus.
Adjusting the position of the lens elements to bring the image into focus, i.e. so that it is clear and sharp.
The process of adjusting the direction and beam size of lanterns. Does not necessarily result in a "sharply focused" image.
System of moving the lens in relation to the image plane so as to obtain the required degree of sharpness of the film.
Invented by Dr. Gendlin, involves becoming aware of the body consciousness communicating (the 'felt sense') to release held traumatic material.
This self-help tool is based on the premise that information about one's life issues can be accessed through so-called felt senses in the body. This skill can be used either alone or in partnership with someone else for resolving day-to-day issues, negotiating profound changes and fostering spiritual development.
Focusing is a process that leads individuals toward accessing and communicating with visceral/somatic forms of knowledge and awareness.