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Transforming Stress: The Heartmath Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue,… (edition 2005)

by Doc Childre, Deborah Rozman

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Title:Transforming Stress: The Heartmath Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue, and Tension
Authors:Doc Childre
Other authors:Deborah Rozman
Info:New Harbinger Publications (2005), Edition: 1, Paperback, 176 pages
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Transforming Stress: The Heartmath Solution For Relieving Worry, Fatigue, And Tension by Doc Childre

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Using a combination of scientific studies, examples and an extensive list of references, this book provides an introduction to the HeartMath Solution for relieving worry, fatigue and tension. As a rational thinker, I have often underestimated the impact that emotions and heart awareness have on my life. This book has been a key to helping me begin to realize how my attitudes have created health issues as well as limitations to the creative power and intelligence of the heart and emotions. Thanks to Janet for introducing me to this material. ( )
  wlmckee | Dec 22, 2012 |
It is a wonderful easy to learn method. But contains too much repetition and much paid marketing hype for the prodcuts of Heartmath. ( )
  eggenberger | Apr 5, 2008 |
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This follow up to The HeartMath Solution and Transforming Anger reveals how becoming aware of the heart’s innate intelligence can dramatically reduce stress and tension. Based on over thirty years of research showing that it is possible to shift the heart into a "positive rhythm" that signals the brain, causing both of them to synchronize to more effectively respond to stress. In this book, the authors provide readers with the tools to not only respond to stress more resiliently, but to literally transform stress into positive emotions and creative energy. The keys to doing so are the transformative exercises developed by Childre and his team of researchers at the HeartMath Institute. The scientifically-validated techniques they share are easy to understand, and with regular, committed practice, as evidenced by the many illustrative case histories throughout the text, offer many benefits. Far more than just another book on stress management, Transforming Stress offers readers the means to more consciously create joy and contentment in their lives, while regaining the energy and enthusiasm that are normally sapped by life’s daily stresses and tension.--Larry Trivieri Jr.

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Written by the leaders of the renowed HeartMath Institute and authors of Transforming Anger, this book provides scientifically-proven techniques that alter the body's physical response to stress, and shows readers how to attain a peaceful, positive state of being.… (more)

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