This emWave2 package comes with The Inside Story PDF
The Inside Story: Understanding the Power of Feelings PDF
By Doc Childre and the Institute of HeartMath
The Inside Story: Understanding the Power of Feelings helps teens and young adults understand the connection between their emotions, health, performance and daily lives. This engaging and visually pleasing text is clearly written and full of vital information pertaining to the latest research in neuroscience, emotional physiology and stress.
The Inside Story guides them through key ideas, a series of reflective activities and a research-proven stress-management tool called Freeze-Frame®. This scientifically validated tool promotes healthy behaviour and psychological well-being of teens and young adults and reduces emotional turmoil, anger, hostility and depression. Numerous drawings, diagrams, and cartoons illustrate the text of this 32-page booklet.
The Inside Story: Understanding the Power of Feelings includes:
Table of Contents:
Lesson 1: Riding the Wave
Lesson 2: The Three-Part Brain
Lesson 3: Emotional Memories
Lesson 4: Emotions and the Nervous System
Lesson 5: The Heart-Brain Connection
Lesson 6: Freeze-Frame® A Positive Emotion-Refocusing Technique
Lesson 7: The Inside Story
This is a complete package with no need to buy additional accessories unless you want to charge your device via wall socket instead of your computer or laptop.
emWave technology collects pulse data through a pulse sensor and translates the information from your heart rhythms into graphics on your computer or into easy to follow lights on the portable emWave2. Used just a few minutes a day, this simple-to-use technology helps you transform feelings of anger, anxiety or frustration into more peace, ease and clarity.
As you practice on the go or at your Windows or Macintosh computer you increase your coherence baseline and your ability to take charge of your emotional reactions. Health, communication, relationships and quality of life improve.
This eBook will be emailed to you as a PDF email attachment
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