mental-emotional-physical
Modalities 

Binaural Beats

An alternative method to shift the subconscious mind to a positive state of mind. Binaural beat therapy is an emerging form of sound wave therapy. It makes use of the fact that the right and left ears each receive a slightly different frequency tone, yet the brain perceives these as a single tone.

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Self Hypnosis

Self-hypnosis or auto-hypnosis is a form, a process, or the result of a self-induced hypnotic state. Frequently, self-hypnosis is used as a vehicle to enhance the efficacy of self-suggestion; and, in such cases, the subject "plays the dual role of suggester and suggested". Based upon Erika Fromm and Stephen Kahn (1990) distinctions, "self-hypnosis" practices can be separated into, at least, thirteen different types

IN GENERAL, SELF-HYPNOSIS USE to help you access the power of your subconscious mind to achieve your personal and professional goals! HELPING UNBLOCK RESISTANCE AND FEARS THAT MAY COME FROM YOUR EALY LIFE OR PAST LIFE EXPERIENCE THAT WE ARE NOT AWARE OF. 

FLP Changing habits

changing the destructive old habits to replace them with healthier habits, using a combination of sensory and hypnotherapy from the unconscious mind. This method was initially used for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours, or BFRBs

the emotional freedom technique (EFT)

EFT, is a self-help therapeutic method, also known as tapping or psychological acupressure.

It involves tapping specific points on the body, primarily on the head and the face, in a particular sequence. While doing this, the person focuses on the issue that they wish to treat.

According to EFT International, the technique can be helpful for people with:

Chi-gong or Qi-gong

Qigong - qi gong, chi kung, or chi gung: With roots in ancient Asian culture dating back more than 4,000 years. Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow-flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind. 

People practice qigong for many different reasons, including for recreationexercise and relaxationpreventive medicine and self-healingmeditation and self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.

qigong is commonly prescribed to treat a wide variety of conditions, and clinical applications directed by TCM, CAM, integrative medicine, and other health practitioners; include hypertensioncoronary artery diseasepeptic ulcerschronic liver diseasesdiabetes mellitusobesitymenopause syndromechronic fatigue syndromeinsomniatumors and cancerlower back and leg paincervical spondylosis, and myopia

Development of "health qigong"

In order to promote qigong exercises in a standardized and effective way with a scientific approach, The Chinese Health Qigong Association (CHQA) appointed panels of Qigong experts, Chinese medicine doctors and sport science professors from different hospitals, universities and qigong lineage across China to research and develop new sets of qigong exercises. In 2003 the CHQA officially promoted a new system called "health qigong", which consisted of four newly developed health qigong forms:

There are so many researches that have been done throughout the past decades to prove the benefits of Qigong. Below is the outcome research done by the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. ( View the research)

Outcomes

From all of the studies, 163 different physiological and psychological health outcomes were identified. This review has identified numerous outcomes with varying levels of evidence for the efficacy of Qigong and Tai Chi, including bone health, cardiopulmonary fitness and related biomarkers, physical function, falls prevention and balance, the general quality of life and patient-reported outcomes, immunity, and psychological factors such as anxiety, depression, and self-efficacy.

Pranayama Breathing Techniques

Prāṇāyāma (Devanagari: प्राणायाम prāṇāyāma) is a Sanskrit compound. It is defined variously by different authors. Pranayama made from prana (life force) +Yama (control)  that would mean “breath-control” or the “breath-restrain”, or it can also be understood as “pran-ayama” that would translate to “freedom of breath”, or “breath liberation”.

Pranayama breathing technique invented by Indian monks from ancient times. Pranayama is the 4 limbs of yoga and practice by ancient times to regulating the life force. Prana is the conscious energy that essentially means that the Nadis of our body also transmit consciousness there are 72,000 Nadis. These Nadis are channels or pathways of prana in the system. These 72,000 Nadis don’t have any type of physical manifestation. In a sense, if you cut the body of a human being, you won’t find any of it. But when you become more aware of the body, you will certainly notice that the energy in the body isn’t moving at random. It is moving in underlying and established pathways. There are 72,000 various ways in which the prana or energy moves in the body.

Energy Psychology:

 Energy psychology (EP) is a mind-body approach to understanding and improving human functioning. EP focuses on the relationship between bioenergy systems, neuro and electro physiological processes, and mental functions involving thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behavior. In MINDOZONE we use some of the generic methods such as "polarity alignment" to adjust body polarity.

                         

UCLA Mindful Awareness Methods: 

Guided mindfulness meditation and integrating mindfulness into daily life. In MINDOZONE we use some of the mindful practices that have been practiced through UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, as they claimed;

"Research in mindfulness has identified a wide range of benefits in different areas of psychological health, such as helping to decrease anxiety, depression, rumination, and emotional reactivity. Research has also shown mindfulness helps to increase well-being, positive affect, and concentration.

Practicing mindfulness can also be helpful to foster physical health by improving immune system function, quality of sleep, as well as decreasing blood pressure. Structural and functional brain changes have also been documented in areas associated with attention, emotional regulation, empathy, and bodily awareness.