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The Coherence Effect

The Coherence Effect
by Robert Keith Wallace, PhD, Jay B. Marcus, and
Christopher S. Clark, MD
Foreword by Tony Nader, MD, PhD, MARR


Publication date was November 4, 2020.

The coherence effect is the healing effect from making the mind and the body more orderly or coherent. The book contains specific Ayurvedic diet, digestion, detoxification, meditation and exercise/yoga strategies that reliably create coherence, thereby strengthening the immune system and leading to the reduction or elimination of anxiety, depression, PTSD, high blood pressure, fatigue, and other disorders.

Certain chapters show that Transcendental Meditation produces almost immediate brain coherence. That technique is compared to mindfulness and other meditation programs, which are difficult and don’t generate significant brain wave coherence. Brain wave coherence is the new frontier in brain science because it is crucial to high performance mental functioning and the elimination of many disorders, and a lack of normal coherence is associated with reduced mental functioning, autism, schizophrenia and the like. If you haven’t succeeded at meditation,

The Coherence Effect will convince you that you’re not a terrible meditator—you just need a different technique, one that creates brain coherence.

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