HeartMath.Org] It is no secret that our world is changing fast. As you face this period of accelerated change, do you feel you have the tools you need to deal with and adjust to all that is happening?
Historically, there is evidence the heart could help us navigate the
ever-shifting terrain we experience daily. HeartMath Institute’s
research shows the heart possesses a unique intelligence that can help
you adjust to accelerating change. When you access this intelligence,
you will have more clarity and power to quickly clear away unwanted
thoughts and feelings and adjust to rapid change with confidence.
It’s no coincidence that ancient cultures from Greece to China looked
at the heart as a primary source of feeling, virtue and intelligence.
Many faiths and traditions refer to the heart as the seat of the soul
and pathway to spirit, or the higher self.
Western languages refer to the heart as both a physical organ and
metaphor for feeling and intuition and the center of personality, or
being. People often describe the place where they experience emotions
such as joy, love, hurt and sadness as the e heart area. Many languages
use variations of these English expressions: take heart, heartfelt and
look within your heart for the answer.
Scientists discovered only recently a connection between the physical and feeling heart. For example, research at HeartMath Institute shows,
someone feeling positive emotions like compassion or appreciation has
smooth, balanced heart rhythms. In contrast, someone feeling negative
emotions such as anger and anxiety display more erratic and unbalanced
HeartMath and other organizations’ research shows the heart can be a
powerful agent for emotional transformation. This research provides hope
for people with depression, anxiety, and other stress-related
disorders. HeartMath has developed powerful, yet simple techniques
people can use to improve how they feel, think and perceive life. These
techniques help you connect with your deeper heart, increase mental
clarity, regulate brain chemicals and hormones and, according to many
people, produce a natural high. Read More