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EEG Monitored Guided Meditation for Weight Loss Proving the Materializing Power of Subconscious Mind – Case Report



Our study discusses the use of hypnosis as a tool to regulate the subconscious mind, with some researchers viewing it as a form of top-down cognition. The aim of the study was to prove the connection between the subconscious mind and body weight by measuring weight loss caused by hypnosis.


The study involved a 25-year-old woman with a BMI of 48.8 kg/m2, who underwent two sessions of guided meditation and was monitored with EEG. Results showed a significant reduction in body weight after 2 weeks, and changes in EEG activity were observed, indicating better vigilance, self-esteem, and a positive state of mind.


The study supports the hypothesis that the subconscious mind has materializing power, and the results suggest that turning bad habits into healthy activities and food preferences is related to subconscious productivity. The study could have a positive impact on the patient’s lifestyle.

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Medizin, Gesundheitsfachberufe, Vorklinische Medizin, Grundlagenmedizin, andere, Klinische Medizin