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This randomised trial compared the effects of Brain Wave Vibration (BWV) training with Iyengar yoga and Mindfulness. Participants were assessed at pre- and postintervention for mood, sleep, mindfulness, absorption, health, memory, and salivary cortisol. In conclusion, increased well-being followed training in all three practices, increased absorption was specific to Mindfulness, while BWV was unique in its benefits to depression and sleep latency.
Vibrational healing techniques, or shaking medicine, are the oldest form of healing on the planet. They are believed to be the complement of the natural relaxation response.
In an article on the importance of hope, the author shares her favorite quote from Brain Wave Vibration about looking beyond the obvious to what’s under the surface. There, you will always find hope.
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A study published in Volume 2012 of Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (Article ID 234713) by researchers from the University of London and the Korea Institute of Brain Science compared Brain Wave Vibration to Mindfulness and Iyengar Yoga measuring mood, sleep, mindfulness, absorption, health, memory, and salivary cortisol. Increased well-being followed training in all three practices, increased absorption was specific to Mindfulness, while Brain Wave Vibration was unique in its benefits to depression and sleep latency, warranting further research.
Brain Wave Vibration won a Silver Medal in the 2010 Nautilus Book Awards, which recognize books of exceptional merit that make a contribution to spiritual growth, conscious living, and positive social change.
People of all ages across the continents are shaking it up to the powerful rhythm inside them to uncover the vast abilities that lie within their brains.
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