Thursday, June 17, 2010


According to the Institute of HeartMath, a recognized, global leader in emotional physiology, stress management and the physiology of heart-brain research, there is a "state of ease" that each of us can access to help release emotional turbulence and help maintain coherent alignment between our heart, mind and emotions.

Learning to access our personal space of "inner-ease" can be done with minimum practice and in just a little time. When operating in an ease-mode, it’s easier to choose less stressful perceptions and attitudes and re-create "flow" in our daily routines.

Readers can go to this link to download a free copy of the ebook about the "State of Ease".

My first encounter with the work of HeartMath dates back to the mid-nineties, when I had learnt to practise their Freeze-Frame, an instant & yet powerful self-inducing methodology for intentionally shifting emotional states in the moment as a prelude to effective stress management.

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