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Sensation

A perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific bodily condition.

Sensory Perception

The neurophysiological processing of stimuli from the environment. Includes all senses: hearing, vision, taste, smell, etc.

Session

Any period of time devoted to a specific activity.

Slate

1. A blue-grey, impervious, metamorphic rock that readily splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers. 2.a. A piece of this material split for use as roofing material or a writing surface. b. A writing tablet made of any material similar to slate. 3. A record of past performance or activity.

Smart

Characterized by sharp, quick thought; clever; quick; intelligent; bright.

Spirit

1. The Lifeforce, you, the one who perceives what exists and what is needed and wanted. 2. That which is traditionally believed to be the vital principle or animating force within living beings. 3. Any supernatural being, such as a ghost. 4. That which constitutes one’s unseen, intangible being. 5. The essential and activating principle of a person; the will. 6. To impart courage, animation, or determination, or determination to; stimulate; encourage.

Spiritual

1. Of, relating to, consisting of, or having the nature of spirit; not tangible or material. 2. Of, concerned with or affecting the soul. 3. Of, from or pertaining to God. 4. Of or belonging to a church or religion; ecclesiastical; sacred. 5. Pertaining to or having the nature of spirits; supernatural.

Standard

1. An object or quality or measure serving as a basis or example or principle to which others conform or should conform or by which the accuracy or quality of others is judged. 2. The degree of excellence etc. required for a particular purpose. 3. A requirement of moral conduct: maintains his high standards in all his dealings.

Struggle

1. Make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction. 2. Make violent or determined efforts under difficulties; strive hard. 3. The result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Suppress

1. To put an end to forcibly; subdue; crush. 2. To curtail or prohibit the activities of. 3. To hold back; to check. 4. To prevent or inhibit (a memory, feeling, process or reaction.)

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