Publication: SEE Protocol for self-hypnosis vs breath focused silence on HRV and mood in women

We are happy to announce that our study comparing Active meditation (SEE Protocol for self hypnosis) vs silence meditation (Breath focused) is now published in the International Journal of Yoga. The protocol was developed by Riri and Gunjan Trivedi at the Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. SEE collaborated with the team from Biomedical Engineering Department, LD College of Engineering, Gujarat Technological University to develop this study. The findings indicate that active meditation (using SEE Protocol) provides significant enhancement in mood and HRV parameters as compared to Breath focused silence meditation. Further details on the story

Publication: SEE Protocol for self-hypnosis vs breath focused silence on HRV and mood in women2020-09-14T03:04:47+00:00

Scientific evidence on meditative practices with singing bowls or self-hypnosis being developed by SEE @ Wellness Space

Scientific evidence on meditative practices and self-hypnosis at SEE, Wellness Space These days, everyone wants to meditate, however, there is more to meditation than just a seated silence.  At Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space, we continue to work on how various meditative practices (be it supine or seated, with or without singing bowls sound, with different types of classical music).  This has helped us build lot of evidence on how different practices impact our mind and the body. Please go through the following evidence and feel free to reach out to us if you need any guidance or

Scientific evidence on meditative practices with singing bowls or self-hypnosis being developed by SEE @ Wellness Space2020-09-12T12:09:10+00:00

Publication: Sound Bath Meditation with Singing Bowls: Mood and Heart Rate Variability

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

Publication: Sound Bath Meditation with Singing Bowls: Mood and Heart Rate Variability2020-05-18T05:57:00+00:00

Singapore Singing Bowls (Sound Healing) Workshops – May 2020

Gunjan Y Trivedi will be in Singapore (May 2020) to conduct sound healing workshops with Singing Bowls, Breath and Sound Healing. These workshops, certified by SEE and IPHM, offer an integrated certification program for Sound Healing. First level (Practitioner level) focuses on singing bowls (basic techniques) and the principles (art and the science) of sound healing. Second level goes into the depth of singing bowls modalities and introduces simple humming and breathing. This level (Master Practitioner) also incorporates the use of various technologies and qualitative methods to evaluate the progress of the client. It prepares the participant to demonstrate and

Singapore Singing Bowls (Sound Healing) Workshops – May 20202020-04-20T05:36:52+00:00

Publication: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Himalayan Singing Bowls and Supine Silence on Stress Index and Heart Rate Variability

Naad Yoga (Sound Healing) at Wellness Space is backed by strong scientific research. One example is captured below.  Our workshops (Naad Yoga L1-L4) also incorporate both the science and metaphysics of singing bowls, breath and our own voice. We have also developed case studies (published at IIM-Ahmedabad) on Quality of Life and how to integrate mind-body interventions. One such example is the abstract captured below of a paper that is published in Journal of Behavior Therapy and Mental Health (ISSN: 2474-9273).  This study demonstrated the effectiveness of only 20 minutes long session with Himalayan Singing Bowl.  For full details,

Publication: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Himalayan Singing Bowls and Supine Silence on Stress Index and Heart Rate Variability2019-10-06T05:42:57+00:00
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