Tribhanga- The movie I need to include in my compulsory pre-watch videos before I start my Healing the Child Within Training. It is a beautiful and quite comprehensive representative of so many of the Inner child concepts and theories that we teach in the training and each character represents the many clients we have worked with, over the years. I cried buckets while watching it and I know many of you out there would, too! Nayan, Anu and Masha (3 generations of women) represent the maximum no of clients who come to us for therapy - be it mother
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Free Talk: Time to wake up to the cost of sleep disruption (or Insomnia) by Gunjan Y Trivedi In Collaboration with IIPHG and Samay Sathi Sleep disorders are associated with many adverse health outcomes. Many modern lifestyle choices affect sleep and at the same time insufficient sleep (& recovery) creates adverse effects on autonomic nervous system, metabolism and immune system. The talk provides an overview of various lifestyle choices – resulting in chronic disease and how each of the risk factor contributes to the disease causing changes in the physiology and pathology of the body and the brain/mind. The understanding
“Anything in life can fail you, but not the sankalpa made with determination, will, perseverance and sincerity”. (Bihar School of Yoga). What is self-affirmation? Does it work? Across the globe, in different fields, affirmations or “sankalpa” have been incorporated and validated in various forms. Some examples are captured below: A recent research in “Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience” journal reported that: “A large body of literature; however, demonstrates that a class of interventions called self-affirmations have benefits across threatening situations; affirmations can decrease stress, increase wellbeing, improve academic performance and make people more open to behavior change”. Yoga nidra experts
Ever experienced hallucinations? The answer may be in some of the childhood events Hallucinations are linked to various medical and psychiatric disorders. Examples of the psychiatric conditions include major depression, Schizophrenia and other psychosis, Bipolar disorder, Disassociated identify disorder and alcohol or drug intoxication or withdrawal. Example of the medical conditions include thyrotoxicosis, meningitis, encephalitis and other central nervous system injuries. Since hallucinations occur in a number of different clinical groups, they can be considered nonspecific for psychotic disorders. Hence, it is being acknowledged that while hallucinations are linked to various disorders, they can also be part of everyday experience
Experiential Talk 4 Heart Brain Coherence (Heart Rate Variability), Wellbeing and Lifestyle during Covid Isolation Heart Brain Coherence or in technical terms, Heart Rate Variability or HRV (Beat-to-beat variations in Heart’s electrical signals) has emerged as an important parameter to measure health and wellbeing. Healthy lifestyle choices are linked to increased coherence and therefore increased physical and emotional wellbeing. This short talk covers the concept of Heart-Brain Coherence, HRV, emotional wellbeing and lifestyle choices. This will include short practice on how to increase HRV. Facilitator: Gunjan Y Trivedi & Riri G Trivedi When: Saturday, Jan 2, 8pm to 9pm (India