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Video: Mind-Guided Body Scans to Detect Very Early Signs and Symptoms

Video: Mind-Guided Body Scans to Detect Very Early Signs and Symptoms

Discussion with psychophysiology expert Dr. Erik Peper about the ways that the mind can be trained to detect prodromes (very early symptoms). The discussion also includes the use of the imagination during the scan to improve immune function, hold passive attention (mindfulness) to become more centered, Autogenic Training, and self-healing mental imagery. Mind-guided body scanning […]

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When Experiential Avoidance Is Healthy

Recently, I’ve been addressing the dangers of how cognitive fusion and experiential avoidance can prevent us from living in full contact with our present moment, lived experiences. However, there are situations where going into a trance and escaping our current experience serve a useful function. For example, when experiencing a dangerous, harmful situation over which […]

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Video: Mind-Guided Body Scans to Detect Very Early Signs and Symptoms

Video: Mind-Guided Body Scans to Detect Very Early Signs and Symptoms

Discussion with psychophysiology expert Dr. Erik Peper about the ways that the mind can be trained to detect prodromes (very early symptoms). The discussion also includes the use of the imagination during the scan to improve immune function, hold passive attention (mindfulness) to become more centered, Autogenic Training, and self-healing mental imagery. Mind-guided body scanning […]

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