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New York, NY – September 30, 2009 (pressreleasepoint) – Over 110 top authors, mentors, teachers and coaches came together this week to support the launch of the new book, Shift: A Woman’s Guide to Transformation by Tracy Latz, M.D. and Marion Ross, Ph.D. which rapidly became a #1 Bestseller on Amazon.

This book is a manual for personal transformation that “will empower you and radically change your life.” Dr.’s Latz and Ross define the 12 Keys – the biggest obstacles we all need to overcome to become present, aware and able to create with new perspectives in our lives.

Dr. Bernie Siegel, who wrote the foreword says, “The lessons to be learned from this book are age old but reframed in ways that are easy to incorporate and appropriate to our lifestyle today. They ring true for me because of my experience with cancer patients who display a survivor personality, exceed expectations and more often survive when no one gives them any hope.”

Jack Canfield, co-author of The Success Principles and founder of the Transformational Leadership Council says, “This is more than your usual book. This is a manual for personal transformation. If you actually do the exercises and meditations in this book, you will radically improve your life. I highly recommend it. “

This book gives profound and genuine practices that help support the reader in transforming their lives. It helps people become aware of where their stress originates. Dr.’s Latz and Ross give bulleted, targeted recommendations at the end of each chapter to show how to most rapidly dissolve the obstacles in one’s life along with real-life examples of how others have shifted their lives with their tools.

This book can be used as an intensive personal healing journey during which the reader shifts his or her situation for a jump start in life; or it can be used as a reference guide to be consulted one chapter at a time whenever a specific issue or challenge arises and stalls forward momentum in life. For anyone truly serious about changing any long-established habits of emotional pattern or thoughts that have them stuck, Shift is the answer. Find out more: http://shiftbooklaunch.homestead.com/bookpromo.htm….

Tracy Latz, M.D., is a practicing integrative psychiatrist in Mooresville, N.C. Marion Ross, Ph.D. is an international business entrepreneur and transpersonal psychologist practicing in New York and Paris. Both Latz and Ross have used the techniques featured in SHIFT to transform both their own lives and the lives of their patients.

Shift: A Woman’s Guide to Transformation also has two companion meditation CD’s available. For more information, visitwww.12keystoshift.com

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We are very excited to share this short video with you to help you understand how this ancient healing practice can restore and maintain physical and emotional well-being. Perhaps instead of focusing on sick care we should be focusing on teaching wellness care for all age groups.

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From the De-Stress Kit our Monday Tip!
Exercise.
Exercise can be very beneficial when you are feeling stressed. Often when experiencing anxiety and emotional pain, people don’t have the initiative to exercise. However, if you can exercise even a little, it can help clear the fog and tension accumulated from anxiety, anger and worry. Exercise won’t take away your reasons for getting stressed, but it strengthens your capacity to manage stress with less energy loss. It isn’t necessary to do a total workout to help clear your thinking and stabilize your emotions. Experiment and find what’s comfortable for you, but at least try to get your heart rate up a little even for a short time. As you exercise, try to be conscious not to replay negative mind loops. It helps to balance the emotions and calm the mind by practicing the attitude breathing techniques  while  exercising.

In case you missed the previous post,  here is the technique:
Practice breathing while imagining your breath passing in and out through your

heart area or the center of your chest. Envision yourself as taking a time out to refuel  your system by breathing in an attitude of calm and balance (like breathing in an emotional tonic to take the rough edges off).

The key to making this exercise effective  is to generate the true feeling of calm and balance.You can substitute calm and balance at times with breathing the feeling of appreciation or compassion (or whatever attitude you choose to breathe). This can be done in a quiet place or while walking, jogging, and even in a conversation once you get familiar with it.

Take some time for yourself daily.

Marion & Tracy

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Another tip from the Heart Math De-Stress kit!

Heart-focused Breathing to reduce stress and anxiety.
Practice breathing while imagining your breath passing in and out through your heart area or the center of your chest. Envision yourself as taking a time out to refuel your system by breathing in an attitude of calm and balance (like breathing in an emotional tonic to take the rough edges off).

The key to making this exercise effective is to generate the true feeling of calm and balance. You can substitute calm and balance at times with breathing the feeling of appreciation or compassion (or whatever attitude you choose to breathe). This can be done in a quiet place or while walking, jogging, and even in a conversation once you get familiar with it. It’s very helpful for reducing anxiety, anger and mild depression.
Here is the short version of the above technique for quick reference:

1. Imagine the breath passing in and out through the heart or the center of the chest.

2. Breathe an attitude of calm or balance (or whatever positive feeling you choose) to help restore balance.
Heart-focused breathing is being taught by doctors, nurses and clinics throughout the world. It’s especially helpful during times of crisis or whenever you experience anger, anxiety or emotional overload. Heart-focused breathing exercises can help you shift stress-producing attitudes more quickly and reset your stress tolerance baseline.

I recommend that when your energy is low or you are feeling anxious you stop whatever you are doing, close your eyes, take a 3 minute break and do this technique. This is a very quick and effective centering practice.

Breathe deeply and Be in the moment!

Marion & Tracy

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Welcome to our blog!
Our book Shift: A Woman’s Guide To Transformation,
will be available in the next few months.
Marion Ross & Tracy Latz

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