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Local Authors Release EFT for Meditation Book

MRI studies have found that meditation produces positive changes in many parts of the brain, including those responsible for stress reduction and memory. The husband-andwife team of Charles and Carol Crenshaw, long-time meditation teachers and cofounders of Inner Peace Yoga Center, in Indianapolis, show how to combine meditation with Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to reduce stress in their new book EFT for Meditation, available now on Amazon.

The Crenshaws describe the ability to remain calm in the face of distressing life experiences as one of the foundations of meditation. They begin the book with an exercise designed to provide the reader with a “quick start” experience of how EFT and meditation can be combined. Carol says, “We show that EFT, which combines advanced psychology techniques with acupressure, can quickly release stress, allowing meditators to deepen their practices.”

EFT for Meditation acknowledges the difficulty most people have in establishing a consistent meditation practice. “We demonstrate how to use EFT to overcome resistance, and how to tailor a practice to one’s unique life circumstances, outlining the most popular meditation methods and the role EFT plays in each one,” she adds. Many studies have shown the healing benefits of meditation and EFT when practiced alone. Combining them can produce a powerfully transformative effect.

For more information and to connect with Charles and Carol Crenshaw, call 317-257-9652 or visit InnerPeaceYoga.com. EFT for Meditation is available on Amazon.com.

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