Real life magic: psychosomatic medicine2.2 — Physical Computing Final Major Project
Searching for something “mysterious” (something which hard to explain, but it works) in our life I remembered about psychosomatic medicine. Almost everytime I am experiencing any problems with my body and health, either physical or mental, I am able to find an answer how to get back to the balance in the psychosomatics.
“Psychosomatic medicine is an interdisciplinary medical field exploring the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioural factors on bodily processes and quality of life in humans and animals.”
It is so hard to convince someone that the way you think can affect your physical body and there is a direct connection between particular thoughts and health problems, that it is easier to deliver this information in the form of religion, yoga, life coach sessions and other shells. It is easier not to connect cause and effect, but just replace it with a new practice like meditation.
Almost every meditation practice I have tried was concentrated on fixing the way you think in general, so then it could help with all the other problems you have.
So what if we can combine meditation, psychosomatic medicine and mystery to create a tool to help people work with their thoughts in a precise way to resolve a particular problem through the meditation?