Conference Presentation: Best Paper Award – Mind-body benefits of chanting and implications of breathing in simple Bhramari practice

The following paper presentation was awarded the best paper in Health Category at Chinmaya University Conference on New Frontiers in Sanskrit and Indic Studies, 2019. This award was presented by the worldwide leader of Chinmaya Mission HH Swami Tejomayanand on Dec 18, 2019. Abstract: Mind-body benefits of chanting and implications of breathing in simple Bhramari practice Author: Gunjan Y Trivedi, Dr Banshi Saboo Chanting is a core meditative and spiritual practice prevalent across many different religions of the world. Scientific evidence  has demonstrated the mind-body benefits of chanting, specifically on the autonomic nervous system, endocrine system and circulatory systems including

Conference Presentation: Best Paper Award – Mind-body benefits of chanting and implications of breathing in simple Bhramari practice2020-02-06T07:42:44+05:30

Abstract: Singing Bowl based Sound Bath with guided imagery & well-being (Conference Presentation, PDPU, Nov 2019)

Following work is going to be presented at Indian School Psychology Association International Conference on School Psychology, PDPU, Gandhinagar (Nov 14-16, 2019) Impact of one week of Singing Bowl based Sound Bath with guided imagery on well-being of healthy individuals Suhanee L Bakeri*, Nigar Parvez, Gunjan Y Trivedi (All are associated with the Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space, Ahmedabad *Correspondence: [email protected], +91.75677.18814) Introduction: Emotional well-being is an important aspect of overall quality of life. This study explored the impact of Himalayan Singing Bowl and script-based guided imagery on subjective well-being after one week of intervention.  Aim of the

Abstract: Singing Bowl based Sound Bath with guided imagery & well-being (Conference Presentation, PDPU, Nov 2019)2019-11-01T10:26:47+05:30

Poster Session: Review of evidence on Anxiety Disorders and Self-Regulation Techniques

The following work done by Ashwathy on Anxiety Disorders was presented in Oct conference "Coping with mental health - Ahmedabad". Review of evidence on Anxiety Disorders and Self-Regulation Techniques Authors: Ashwathy Menon(1), Gunjan Y Trivedi(2), Riri G Trivedi(3) (1) Forensic Psychologist and Intern at Society for Energy & Emotions (SEE), Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, India (Correspondence: [email protected], +91.90996.47196, (2) Life Coach & Co-founder, SEE, Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, India, (3) Personal Transformation Therapist and Co-founder, SEE, Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, India Introduction: Anxiety is the most common form of psychiatric disorder. Due to the physiological mechanisms activated with the anxiety and stress response

Poster Session: Review of evidence on Anxiety Disorders and Self-Regulation Techniques2019-12-19T14:29:05+05:30

Conference Presentation: Modulating Autonomic Effects : A novel way to measure Stress Index based on Holter Data (WCC2019, AIIMS, Rishikesh)

Measurement of human emotions is a challenging task.  The presentation in front of some of the best in the field of physiology and bio-chemistry at (AIIMS Rishikesh for the World Chronomedicine Congress) focused on methods  to understand the impact of negative emotions through the parameters of the physical body.  In other words, we need to measure the impact in a very objective manner (and not through just a subjective survey).  The work we do (Regression therapy, hypnotherapy, sound healing and also Neuro-Linguistic-Programming/NLP) deals with emotions and emotional also play a role in various aspects of our life ranging from decision

Conference Presentation: Modulating Autonomic Effects : A novel way to measure Stress Index based on Holter Data (WCC2019, AIIMS, Rishikesh)2019-10-20T09:12:04+05:30

Conference: Int’l Conference on Mental Health – Coping with Mental Health (A’bad, Oct 10-11, 2019)

Join us in the following presentations of the study as well as posters at the Mental Health conference in Ahmedabad. The work showcases areas ranging from Regression Therapy (Inner Child Regression with Gestalt Body charge release and empty chair), Anxiety and review of self-regulation techniques, study of various meditation techniques and finally sound healing (singing bowls) case study. Names of various lead authors and co-authors are captured below.  The work is a collaboration of efforts of various interns including forensic psychologist Ashwathy.  Nirma University students and LD College of Engineering students also have played a valuable role in this area.

Conference: Int’l Conference on Mental Health – Coping with Mental Health (A’bad, Oct 10-11, 2019)2020-04-05T06:13:43+05:30
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