Empowerment

[Vajrayana] An empowerment is a ritual in Vajrayana which initiates a student into a particular tantric deity practice. The Tibetan word for this is wang (Skt. abhiṣeka; Tib. དབང་, wang; Wyl. dbang), which literally translates to power. The Sanskrit term for this is abhiseka which literally translates to sprinkling or bathing or a...
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Empowerment

The effect of passing authority from superior to subordinate.
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Empowerment

Enabling people to take responsibility for themselves and helping them to make decisions about their own lives.
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empowerment

(em-pow´er-ment) the gaining by individuals or groups of the capability to fully participate in decision making processes in an equitable and fair fashion.
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Empowerment

[sculpture] Empowerment is a public sculpture in the centre of the city of Lincoln in England. Designed by the artist Stephen Broadbent, sponsored by Alstom Power (now Siemens), and completed in 2002, the sculpture spans the River Witham in Lincoln`s City Square. It takes the form of two aluminium-and-steel human figures reaching to each ot...
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Empowerment

Empowerment refers to increasing the economic, political, social, educational, gender, or spiritual strength of an entity or entities.{according to whom|date=July 2014} ==Definitions== Sociological empowerment often addresses members of groups that social discrimination processes have excluded from decision-making processes through - for example -...
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Empowerment

Enabling an individual to have responsibility, control and decision-making authority over the work h
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Empowerment

Giving people the skills, knowledge attitudes and power to allow or enable them to be more responsible for their own lives, health and care.
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EMPOWERMENT

See INITIATION.
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empowerment

the act of conferring legality or sanction or formal warrant
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