Tag: tingles

Participate now in a research study about ASMR, flow, tingles, and relaxation.

Originally posted on ASMR University:
Alfa Ramirez is pursuing her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Digital Cinema Arts at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, USA. She completed a prior ASMR research project which I wrote about here in December 2016. Alfa has obtained IRB approval for another ASMR research study and you can…

Vessels, Inducers, Blissers and/or Pushers

I was doing some research for a post on ASMR and found The Unnamed Feeling a blog about ASMR, and I found this list of “Vessels” really interesting, so I had to share! Without leaving the A’s I can safely say I have had an ASMResponse to both Adele and Alan Rickman! Here is the Vessel Directory “…This is a directory of sorts that will

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What is ASMR? Pt. II

I wanted to do another post on ASMR and explore its psychotherapeutic benefits. I share many of these videos because I believe in their ability to help heal the mind and body, but I am interested in learning more about how and why they are so helpful.

Samhain

John O’ Donahue’s book Anam Cara was my first introduction to Celtic Wisdom and since that time, over a decade, now I have encountered and explored many other wisdom traditions, now including, the Yoga Sutra and the spiritual teachings of yoga. While I appreciate and am grateful for a comprehensive viewpoint, I consider the Druidic and Celtic perspective to be my home base. In that light I would like to share with you Samhain; Etymology, Philosophy, Traditions, as well as a Special Samhain inspired Yoga Sequence, Shaman Music Ritual, Guided Meditation, and Samhain ASMR.

What is ASMR?

What is ASMR? ASMR or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is essentially the relaxation tingles felt first in the scalp and moves through the spine and into the body when in a state of relaxation. ASMR uses 40 or more sensory triggers to induce relaxation What’s the Wiki-Definition? “Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) signifies the subjective experience of ‘low-grade euphoria‘ characterized by ‘a

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