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VR/AR for Stress Management - Meditation and Relaxation

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Blog - Wellness

Remove conflict zones with art therapy in VR

By Nikolas Andreev, Chief Marketing Officer at PsyTech VR
September 15, 2022

More than a painting

More than a painting

Long before the invention of language and writing, our ancestors communicated with each other through wall paintings, conveying important messages, news, thoughts, feelings, and emotions with their help. Today, we do most of our daily activities automatically. Each person has their behavior models, and these templates are formed based on experiences and memories.
Each established pattern of behavior is essentially a neural connection in the brain.
The behavior model will be more robust when a person performs this or that action. In other words, each pattern is a kind of program (code) that the brain launches to solve a particular problem. The neural connections accumulated over a lifetime, in turn, create a vast neural network that resembles a whole knowledge base, from where data is obtained at the right time the particular decision is made.

The principle of drawing

It is elementary: through drawing, a person activates neural connections and projects them onto other life strategies. So, for example, by rounding the sharp corners of figures, a person softens conflict zones and works out negative and negative emotions. While drawing, the human brain interprets consciousness both at the emotional and cognitive levels, and by transferring one's fears to paper, a person has the opportunity to look at his problem in more straightforward representations. Graphic symbols that appear when drawing are a system of questions and answers. If these symbols are correctly deciphered, you can get answers to your questions and new models (templates) of behavior.

Art therapy with PsyTech VR

Art therapy with PsyTech VR

The example of a simulator can explain what happens next: when a person copes with a situation in training mode, the brain and body are ready to deal with it in reality. When the user learns to smooth out conflict zones on paper, the brain forms the necessary behavior patterns for other areas of life. Art therapy in VR can apply to any place where difficulties arise: love, health, creativity, money, etc. Drawing frees people from restrictions and turns a problem into a resource.
Use special drawing techniques of PsyTech VR, and bring your life to a new level:
  • remove restrictions and transform evil into good;
  • get rid of anxiety, stress, and tension;
  • overcome resentment and feelings; reveal your inner potential;
  • motivate yourself and always have an inexhaustible source of inspiration;
  • effectively plan and manage time;
  • resolve conflict situations; find harmony, and achieve cherished desires.
PsyTech VR Virtual reality techniques allow people to practice VR Art Therapy even while in the workplace without leaving their office or home every day. The "Art Therapy in VR" course consists of 10 practices that help the user remove mental barriers and cope with any existing problem.
You can train in VR using self-guiding courses from the comfort of your home or office

OR

with a specialist - the doctor will have access to your training in real-time and guide you through all the training!
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