Dr. Mary Anderson's research
was entitled "The Trinity Table: The Effects of Vestibular and Audio Stimulation on the Healing of Psychological Trauma and the Expansion of Consciousness." Resolution
of trauma, expansion of consciousness and the effects on depression,
anxiety/stress, fatigue and physical pain were examined through a
single table experience. Data was gathered though a Pilot Study Questionnaire,
the Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist (MAACL), the Phenomeology
of Consciousness Inventory (PCI) and kinesiology measurements.
The scientific research conducted by Dr. Margaret Clench was
entitled "Psycho/Physiological Effects of Vestibular and Audio Stimulation: The Trinity Table." This
research found many positive effects. The comparisons
of before and after measurements taken of blood pressure, pulse, and
temperature, all showed
statistically significant lowered measurements
after the Trinity Table experience.
Psychological testing of mood states with the Profile of Mood States (POMS), revealed reductions in anger, confusion, tension, depression, and fatigue. Standard Form #8 (Health Survey), revealed reductions in emotional stress, pain, improvement in physical function and overall mental health improvement. All these measurements were also statistically significant.
Participants in the study also wrote narratives of their experiences. These were analyzed using Dr. Arnold Ludwig's features of altered states of consciousness. Many features of altered states were found to be present in the writings of these participants. Some of the most common of these were alterations in thinking, sense of rejuvenation, and change in emotions.
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