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De-addiction by Sattvavajay Therapy

February 26th, 2020 by  / Total comments: 0
Modern research suggests that brain chemicals and emotions are interconnected. Level of Dopamine secretion is related to our enthusiasm and excitement. When dopamine in brain increases, we feel exiting or curious and vice versa. Even we can increase our dopamine level by raising curiosity. Getting bored is not always bad, it is motivation for creativity, […]
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Sattvavajay – Cure for Emotional Distress

February 19th, 2020 by  / Total comments: 0
Although Yoga Ayurveda describes the body and mind are always connected, a philosopher named Descartes suggested that the body and the mind are two separate objects. Nevertheless, psychologists were rejecting this view. William James who is considered ‘the father of American psychology’ published the book ‘Principles of Psychology’ in 1919. In this book he wrote […]
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Emotions in the brain

January 22nd, 2020 by  / Total comments: 0
Many neuroscientists are working on emotions in the brain, Dr. Lisa Barrett is one of the leading researchers. According to her, our brain works on many files at a time. The brain collects information by five sense organs to know and interpret the surroundings. It is collecting and analyzing information from body also. At the […]
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Limitation of Hypnosis 2

January 18th, 2020 by  / Total comments: 0
Sigmund Freud was using hypnosis , thinking that repressed memory and emotions could be perceived in such a trance state. However he noticed that many patients could not achieve hypnotic trance, so he developed psychoanalysis to understand repressed memories. Psychoanalysis is considered as the first psychotherapy. After it many therapies got developed like Gestalt therapy, […]
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Limitations of Hypnotherapy

January 15th, 2020 by  / Total comments: 1
Hypnotism was first used as therapy by Franz Messmer, a German doctor in 1774, and published book on it in 1779. That is why this therapy was named as ‘mesmerism’. According to him, the therapist uses animal magnetism power on the patient and takes the patient to a specific mental state. In 1880, James Bread, […]
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