What is MEND PATH-WEY?
Mindfulness can be defined as a mental state of being in which a person is fully aware and fully submerged within the present moment. Mindfulness-based programs and meditations have been helpful in embracing feelings, thoughts, and physical perceptions.
Mindfulness has been shown effective in reducing performance anxiety and assisting students in achieving a better sense of well-being when under high stress states prior to testing or performance (Diaz, n.d.).
Entrainment is the process in which one system in motion causes another system to synchronize in motion with it. This process is a universal wonder which can be observed in various forms such as in pendulum clocks or when we synchronize our body movements to the rhythm of our favorite song.
Scientists found that entrainment could increase focus and activate and suppress certain chemical reactions within the brain (Berger & Turow 2011; Pérez, Carreiras, & Duñabeitia, 2017). McMakin and Oschman (2013; 2017) found when specific frequencies resonate with a disease, ailment, or component within the body, they can activate those elements that resonate at the same frequency, causing them to vibrate in synchronicity with one another.
Non-sleep deep-rest are types of activities which can be conducted during a state of wakefulness. Such activities include a deep meditation, yoga nidra, hypnotherapy, as well as a light nap. Researchers have found that such endeavors could stimulate brainwave activity which closely resembles nREM.
It is an easy and quick way to clear grey matter from the brain and will leave the client feeling refreshed, clarity of thought, and re-energized.
Certain types of entrainment and non-sleep deep rest (NSDR) practices could heal emotional and physical traumas that lead to anxiety through producing a resonance effect in the body causing alterations and strengthening of certain brain activity (Parker, 2019; Trost et al., 2014). Ultimately, such effects will reduce or eliminate ailments and diseases, allowing the body to function at a higher level.