This category captures the publications (Scientific and evidence based) developed by Society for Energy & Emotions (SEE) or by cofounders of SEE & Wellness Space

Publication: Development and validation of humming process to increase heart rate variability & attention for college students

Development and validation of humming process to increase heart rate variability & attention for college students Following is the abstract of this research conducted by Fariburz Irani (Psychology, PDEU, Gandhinagar) with Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space and PDEU faculty member Dr Neeta Sinha.  The findings indicate an enhanced SDMT (Symbols Digit Modalities Test) for college students after one week daily 10 mins practice of humming (simple bhramari). This was an interesting study and demonstrated that increasing heart rate variability (heart brain coherence) influence emotional regulation and enhances elements of the cognitive function.  Our study adds to a list

Publication: Development and validation of humming process to increase heart rate variability & attention for college students2021-04-03T11:03:24+05:30

Publication: Risk Factors for Immune System Impairment and the Need for Lifestyle Changes

A perspective from Wellness Space: Our work involves understanding the factors that influence the quality of life and wellbeing.  During the Covid times, one common question we get is "What's the chance of me getting the infection?". Following key points covered in the article (by Gunjan Y Trivedi and Dr Banshi Saboo in the Journal of Social Health and Diabetes) provide some answers. It is also well-known that the number of individuals exposed to infection is much higher than those presenting with the disease, confirming that most individuals can destroy the microorganisms and prevent the infection or slow down the

Publication: Risk Factors for Immune System Impairment and the Need for Lifestyle Changes2021-07-03T17:57:23+05:30

Publication: Measuring the effectiveness of Regression Therapy – Proposed methodology and case studies and psychological parameters

Perspectives from Wellness Space on  Regression Therapy - methodology and case studies: The article below on Regression Therapy - methodology and case studies captures detailed methodology with specific examples and highlights do's and don'ts. We have integrated this methodology in our Integrated Certification for Regression Therapy & Life Coaching workshops. The workshops are relevant for those who wish to become coaches or therapists (certification pathway) and also for individuals who wish to just experience the benefits of Regression Therapy (experiential pathway). Details are captured below in the visual. For all publications by the Society for Energy & Emotions, you can click

Publication: Measuring the effectiveness of Regression Therapy – Proposed methodology and case studies and psychological parameters2021-07-03T17:59:26+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

Poster: Study of Raga Hansadhwani, Malkaus and Silence on Heart Rate Variability

Study of Raga Hansadhwani, Malkaus and Silence on Heart Rate Variability Prepared By: Mistry Mahima A., Mourya Laxmi S., Thakkar Akshar S. Guided By: Prof. Bhavesh Parmar, Gunjan Y Trivedi ABSTRACT Lifestyle choices (such as alcohol and tobacco consumption, induced stress, poor diet) impact human health, eventually, leading to chronic disease. Chronic disease conditions (such as diabetes, cardiovascular or hypertension) impact the quality of life.  These conditions are marked by imbalance in nervous system, endocrine system and immune-inflammation processes of the body.  Nervous system is the first system impacted by poor lifestyle choices (marked by conditions such as decreased heart

Poster: Study of Raga Hansadhwani, Malkaus and Silence on Heart Rate Variability2020-06-04T10:54:05+05:30
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