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DD Girnar – Gunjan Y Trivedi talking about Simple humming, nitric oxide and more

Apr 2021 DD Girnar featuring Gunjan Y Trivedi as one of the participants.  You can listen to the video and understand the difference between "fear" and "courage". He talks about how simple humming (Bhramari) can be done to improve cardiovascular and respiratory functions.  Moreover, he shares the research about the ability to enhance nitric oxide levels through simple humming (that is not possible in slow breathing/pranayama without the sound). Background research supporting his comments is available via this link. कोरोना की अभय संजीवनी | આપણાં મુદ્દા આપણી વાત | Aapna Mudda Aapni Vaat | 20-04-2021 डीडी गिरनार पर आज

DD Girnar – Gunjan Y Trivedi talking about Simple humming, nitric oxide and more2021-04-21T10:59:47+05:30

Newspaper coverage: Singing bowls and anxiety/depression

Following article captures the ideas and quoted Gunjan for the work we have done in the area of lifestyle choices, its impact on key mind-body systems and how singing bowls and humming can be leveraged to reduce anxiety and depression through relaxation response. Ideas based on several of our studies are captured, specifically The three systems, lifestyle choices and how they interact to create an imbalance that begins the journey towards disease[1].  How these changes (imbalance), driven by lifestyle choices, impact the immune system [2]. Implications of relaxation response (ability to achieve quality mind-body relaxation) on the overall health and

Newspaper coverage: Singing bowls and anxiety/depression2021-03-22T10:16:06+05:30

How adverse childhood experiences impact our life! A Free talk by Riri Trivedi

Childhood! Ah… Those amazing times! We all love our childhood. Sadly, childhood is also a time when trauma starts setting in. How was your childhood? What beliefs do you yet carry from your childhood to today? How adverse childhood experiences impact our life! A Free talk by Riri Trivedi Understanding types of childhood experience and impact on brain, developmental stages and health. Techniques to understand the impact of trauma and methods to resolve it. How has my childhood impacted my beliefs, relationships, health and wellbeing and how can I overcome some of the blockages that arise from childhood experiences.

How adverse childhood experiences impact our life! A Free talk by Riri Trivedi2020-10-19T11:47:30+05:30

The SEE Protocol for self-hypnosis and scientific evidence & story behind the work

Note: For learning how to use the SEE Protocol for Self-hypnosis, please join our Module 1 - The Journey Within workshop (Regression therapy & Life Coaching Certification) It is important that you learn the process correctly to get the best benefits and avoid contra indications. The story of the SEE Protocol for Self-Hypnosis Society for Energy & Emotions has developed a self-hypnosis protocol that is part of the first module for Integrated Certification on Regression Therapy & Life Coaching. To be fair, there are many different variations of self-hypnosis or meditative protocols available and sitting down in silence, just focusing

The SEE Protocol for self-hypnosis and scientific evidence & story behind the work2021-04-03T11:10:11+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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