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Brain Wave Vibration. Moving your head and upper body to your own internal rhythm. Experience the simplicity and power of the practice yourself. As with any . But your brain actually much prefers to be free. Life is supposed to be free and natural. The Principles of Brain Wave Vibration. Health, happiness and peace. The Brain Wave Vibration online course includes: Six Brain Wave Vibration music tracks, PDF transcripts, and an mp3 of each video. The entire.

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract This randomised trial compared the effects of Brain Wave Vibration BWV training, which involves rhythmic yoga-like meditative exercises, with Iyengar yoga and Mindfulness. Participants were assessed at pre- and postintervention for mood, sleep, mindfulness, absorption, health, memory, and salivary cortisol. Better overall mood and vitality followed both BWV and Iyengar training, while the BWV group alone had improved depression and sleep latency. Mindfulness produced a comparatively greater increase in absorption. All interventions improved stress and mindfulness, while no changes occurred in health, memory, or salivary cortisol.

Turning to statistical power, it was calculated using G-Power that the number of participants in each of the groups was insufficient for a significant difference to be observed between three independent samples of equal size. Predicting that there would be an effect size of 1, with an error probability of 0.

Therefore the 12 participants in the BWV and Mindfulness groups and the 9 participants in the Iyengar group were underpowered for an effect of even the high predicted magnitude to be detected. While it would have been preferable to employ a larger sample size to increase statistical power, this was regretfully not possible.

Procedure Prior to the intervention, participants attended a minute preassessment where the measures detailed in Section 2. An identical assessment was completed following the intervention. Timeline of a Minute Assessment 1 0 minutes: questionnaire completion 40—45 minutes. Participants first completed a computerised questionnaire battery consisting of an Excel file containing the questionnaires listed in Section 2. The questionnaire completion was interrupted by the collection of a salvia sample to assess salivary cortisol.

Finally, participants completed two practice runs of a memory test before the test at preassessment and one practice run at postassessment, in order to familiarise themselves with the procedure. During the intervention participants attended two minute sessions of BWV, Iyengar, or Mindfulness per week for five consecutive weeks until a total of 10 sessions had been completed.

The participants completed the intervention in two cohorts—the first beginning in early January and the second beginning in mid-February, where in each cohort the participants from each group attended their 10 intervention sessions in classes together, where there were roughly six participants per class in each cohort. Participants were also asked to practice class exercises at home for 10 minutes each day and to record their diligence in a diary.

These exercises were designed to open the meridian system and regenerate healthy energy circulation and facilitate improved communication between the body and brain. The participants then practiced BWV, which involves rhythmic movements of the neck and head and is believed to create a powerful, peaceful, and positive brain.

For the first five classes, participants practiced BWV whilst sitting cross-legged; for the final five classes participants practiced BWV whilst standing, letting the vibrations spread through their whole body in time to the rhythm of the music.

The classes were concluded with stretches and balancing exercises. Participants sat in a circle at the end of class and shared their experiences. Participants were requested to perform daily body tapping and BWV exercises, which took a total of 10 minutes. The classes involved stretching and breathing exercises and postures [ 5 ], performed on yoga mats with the aid of foam bricks and a chair for certain exercises. The class was concluded by a lying down exercise where participants closed their eyes and relaxed.

No timeline is included since the specific exercises varied from class to class.

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Participants were asked to practice their preferred exercises at home for 10 minutes a day. Mindfulness Procedure The mindfulness classes were taught by a trained teacher and were designed to teach the participants skills to enable them to become more mindful, so that they may be present in the moment without judging that moment in any way. The classes involved various mindfulness exercises, such as sitting and body-scan meditations and group and pair work where participants shared their experiences and enquired into those of others.

The classes also involved poetry and exercises to clarify intentions and promote self-understanding.

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As with the Iyengar yoga classes, the mindfulness class exercises varied from class to class, and thus no timeline is included. Participants were given a minute sitting meditation to practice at home six days a week, and they were also asked to keep a diary to record events. Assessment Measures 2. Participants answer from 0 Not at all to 3 Most of the time on a series of 21 statements.

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The postassessment version of the scale assessed sleep over the previous week in order for any effects of the intervention to manifest. The scale asks the respondents to indicate the degree to which the six positively worded statements are true for them in general in their lives.

Each item is rated on a 6-point scale 1: not at all true; 2: not true; 3: almost not true; 4: almost true; 5: true; 6: very true. The total score ranges from 6 to 36 with a higher score indicating a better condition. The scale is scored by computing a mean of the 15 items. The Visual Analogue Scale of BWV Benefits VAS A visual analogue scale was developed for the study designed to measure benefits commonly reported to occur in those who practice BWV, although as it was not possible to validate the scale the results obtained must be interpreted with caution.

Participants assign a percentage score to each statement to indicate the extent to which the statement is true for them. Each statement was considered separately in the analysis presented in Section 3.

The Illness Symptoms Questionnaire [ 8 , 9 ] The ISQ is a simple item questionnaire that assesses the presence of illness symptoms, such as fever and runny nose, where participants state how many days in the previous two weeks each symptom had been experienced.

The absence of a symptom corresponded to a score of 0, a symptom present for days a score of 1, a symptom present for days a score of 2, a symptom experienced for 4—6 days a score of 3, and a symptom present for 7—14 days a score of 4. The severity score of each symptom was then summed to form a Total Illness score for each participant.

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The Dual-Back Task 2-Back [ 10 ] The 2-Back is a task which assesses working memory, where the participant is presented simultaneously with two different sequences of stimuli and they must indicate when the current stimulus from each sequence matches the stimulus from two steps earlier in that sequence. Here participants were presented with a sequence of images on a computer screen of a ball positioned at various positions on a grid, in addition to an auditory string of alphabetical letters.

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