Monthly Archives: August 2018

What is Dyspareunia?

Having safe, consensual and fun sexual intercourse is an important part of a healthy relationship for most people. However, for some people, intercourse can, unfortunately, be an incredibly painful experience.

There are several reasons why people could experience pain during intercourse. Although you may feel embarrassed about doing so, it’s important to speak to a doctor or sexual health practitioner in order to gain a correct diagnosis.

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Holotropic Breathwork: Healing Through Psychedelic States

You breathe every day without pausing to think about it. Breathing is just one of the things that your brain does on autopilot. However, when you breathe consciously and harness the power that lies in simply breathing, you’d be amazed by the results. For example, in various meditation practices, breathing helps to calm the mind and body. You can also “transcend the narrow boundaries of the body ego” just by breathing. This might sound like mumbo-jumbo, however, it has been scientifically proven by the theory of Holotropic Breathing. In this article, we explore the concept of Holotropic Breathwork, what it means, its benefits and its limitations.

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Everything You Need To Know About Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Since it was conceived in the 1970s, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) has interested professionals and laymen alike, with its simple and practical therapy methods. The practice makes use of the way an individual’s mind works to change responses to thoughts and feelings. Some of its techniques have become enmeshed with popular culture, such as the so-called ability to detect lies by watching a person’s eye movements.

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Autogenic Training: High Intensity Relaxation

Did you know that you can train yourself into a near-hypnotic state of relaxation? Have you ever heard of Autogenic Training?

Stress has been described as the body’s response to the never-ending demands of daily living. Moreover, it also has mental and emotional aspects. Basically, stress is what we experience internally as a result of external pressures.

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Healing Trauma with Cognitive Processing Therapy

Are you struggling to cope with life after a traumatic experience? Then Cognitive Processing Therapy may be the right solution for you. This type of cognitive behavior therapy helps you to reclaim your life after a traumatic event.  From completing written tasks to learning more about PTSD, there is a range of useful components that make up CBT sessions.

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