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The Endorphin Effect

How do you feel? Right now, are you grounded, peaceful and connected? Or up-tight, edgy, irritable? We often assume that how we feel is down to external events, many of them beyond our control. However, your state of mind is rooted in your body, and what William Bloom calls the Endorphin Effect can help you stay grounded and calm even under stress. The Endorphin Effect is a form of meditation that brings together ancient Taoist practice and scientific research. There are several strands to the practice, but the key is learning to trigger the production of ‘feel good’ hormones, including endorphins and dopamine.


  • reduce stress;
  • relieve pain;
  • enhance the immune system, and
  • may slow the process of ageing.

The Endorphin Effect:

  • is practical and easy to understand;
  • creates a firm foundation for holistic healthcare and
  • enhances personal and spiritual development.

The principle at the heart of The Endorphin Effect is beautifully simple: some hormones make our bodies feel great, and with just a little attention from your conscious mind, your body will produce them naturally.

Sounds too good to be true? Try it for yourself!