Becoming a Butterfly - What is your cocoon? I was a caterpillar in a cocoon for the longest time and my journey of growing wings and flying has been a painful, yet rewarding one - pretty much like what all caterpillars go through. Sharing my journey of stepping out of my comfort zone and growing wings and flying…hoping it will inspire some of you or motivate you to keep trying! So I always loved teaching and in Singapore also, I was teaching yoga. When I moved to India and studied hypnotherapy with a leading institution it was most logical for
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SEE Protocol Practice session - open for all M1 participants and clients who have specially learnt this technique. Venue: Zoom Call (Details sent via Whatsapp invitation) Logistics: 530pm India time, May 2, 2020 for 45 minutes. What is SEE Protocol? This protocol is taught during Module 1 of our Integrated Certification on Regression Therapy & Life Coaching. This active meditation or self-hypnosis process was designed to invoke several important physiological and emotional states which are likely to improve HRV and therefore enhance emotional regulation [i]. The coherence through humming (simple monotonous nasal sound at a comfortable breathing length) and slow
Journey Within - Tools to manage the mind, emotions and energy Virtual Certification Workshop Duration: 5 days, 2.5 hrs daily Time: 9am to 12pm IST, May 13-17 (1130am to 230pm Singapore Time) Course fees: ₹ 4250/- or USD 59 (add 15% for Paypal). Venue: In your own home! To register: [email protected] or +919099853844 Module 1 – The Journey Within – Regression Therapy & Life Coaching Certification Please note that the timing may change based on participant availability so if you are interested and have conflict with timing, please register and we may be able to accommodate a win-win for all.
While we have been offering Free Sound Bath Meditation at Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, India since last 5 years, the idea of conducting a scientific research came up more recently. Late last year (2019), two individuals, Saharsh Panchal and Fariburz Irani started working with me (Gunjan Y Trivedi) to do a formal research about how this meditation impacts the mind and the body. Saharsh has a degree in Pharmacy and Masters degree in Public Health (Indian Institute of Public Health, Gandhingar) and Fariburz is a Psychology Major at PDPU (Pt. Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar). It took us about 3-5 months to
How does “Sound Bath Meditation” help in energy recovery and well being? Mr Anil Sinha, Consciousness Engineering and Vital Energy Researcher, visited us for couple of days. He has done lot of work with pyramid energy and we look for his insights and valuable discussions during such visits. Our regular bi-weekly Free Sound Bath Meditation happened to be on the day when Anilji wore Holter (24-hour ECG) device to understand the changes in heart rate, variability and stress index. SEE interns from Gujarat Technological University (LD College of Engineering) Meghal, Meghna and Vidhi requested him to take some notes and
Gujarati Version of “Breast Cancer – Breast Cancer: Medical Treatment, Side Effects, and Complementary Therapies” publishedthewellness2020-03-05T09:26:38+00:00
Gujarati Version of "Breast Cancer - Breast Cancer: Medical Treatment, Side Effects, and Complementary Therapies" published We are very happy to announce that our book published earlier in English with Momentum Press is now available in Gujarati for all Gujarati women!! We would like to acknowledge the contribution of Lilavati Shinol (Gujarati edits) Gunjan YTrivedi, Dr Rekha Trivedi (Gujarati edits) for the help with Gujarati version and also special thanks to Bhavna Dave and Anand Bhatt from Granth Nirman Board for making it happen. If you want a copy for a near or dear one diagnosed with breast cancer do visit our centre for your COMPLIMENTARY copy from
Pranayama or Slow Breathing or Biofeedback – to increase focus, reduce anxiety and enhance peak performancethewellness2020-04-06T05:53:07+00:00
Yoga or Tai Chi or for that matter, many ancient techniques involve slow and systematic breathing processes. What is the science behind slow breathing (also known as coherent breathing or to some extent Pranayama or Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback-HRB Biofeedback)? Let’s review the scientific evidence: A growing number of studies show that breathing techniques are effective against anxiety and insomnia. These techniques influence both physiological factors(by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system) and psychological factors (by diverting attention from thoughts). Enhanced coherence (or heart rate variability) is linked to better quality of life and emotional wellbeing. Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback practice, when
Study - Regression therapy and Anxiety: We have good success stories related to anxiety and regression therapy (it does not mean we have 100% success) and the data is now published with evidence. We measure using GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) form and work on the intervention and keep reviewing progress. The abstract is captured below along with PDF for further reading. You can contact us at [email protected] or +91.90998 53844 Click to download-> Final - Regression Therapy and Anxiety - Riri G Trivedi Jan 2020 Original Article - Impact of Regression Therapy on Generalized Anxiety Disorder Authors: Riri G Trivedi*,
Clinical Hypnotherapy week covering hypnotherapy techniques and regression therapy The facilitator Riri G Trivedi is a Personal Transformation Therapist. Riri is a Trainer, Therapist, Author, Certified Mentor and Coach from Heart Math Institute. She is a Professional Certified Member of IMDHA (International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, USA), EARTh (Earth Association of Regression Therapy), Spiritual Regression Training Academy, UK, Heart Math Institute, USA and SVYASA Yoga, Singapore. She has co-authored a book on Breast Cancer: Medical Treatment, Side Effects, and Complementary Therapies. The workshops integrate research based concepts and practices. This is a unique training and provides strong foundation for self-development as
Regression Therapy Case Study When she walked in her body language was totally closed - she hugged herself tightly throughout the consultation and barely spoke. She was very articulate and smart and told me she had seen a psychiatrist sometime back but didn’t want to take pills. She had marked off most of the symptoms off the list on our form - Nervousness, Poor Health, Low Self-esteem, Inability to relax, Marital problems, Sleeplessness, Sexual Dysfunction, Recent Divorce, Drug Abuse, Depression, Smoking, Childhood trauma. Her Well-Being score was as low was 20% and MDI (Measure of Depression Inventory) was high at