For Bowlby, attuning
to the inner experiences of others rather than merely one's own, predicts a sense of continuity and safety for those in one's care (Trusty, Ng, & Watts, 2005).
Encouraging the reader to connect with the part that recalls his or her origins in paradise, and offering means to restore Biblical purity and grace within the mortal world, Recreating Eden stresses the importance of attuning
oneself to the Divine Design and fostering harmony through the power of one's own decisions.
A new attuning
of the elements occurred, as on a harp the notes may change their rhythm, though all the while preserving the same tone; and this is just what happened.
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Similarly, Winnicott (1965) reported that attuning
to the internal experience of another provides for the development of trust and autonomy.