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Designed to help us navigate change and uncertainty through the practice of heart coherence.
How Coherence Works
The resting heart rhythm was once believed to be like a living metronome, beating at a regular and steady pace. With up-to-date equipment and data collections, we know this is not an accurate picture.
The rhythms of healthy hearts at rest are surprisingly irregular, with the intervals between heartbeats ever changing. This naturally occurring variation in rate is called heart rate variability or HRV.
Heart Coherence techniques generate a regular heart rhythm. This in turn, creates a synchronization in the autonomic nervous system (ANS), increasing its efficiency and establishing harmony. This is exactly why good emotions feel good – they help our body’s systems work more efficiently.
In contrast, our ability to think clearly, remember, learn, reason, and make decisions is severely compromised during stressful situations. When our beliefs are out of sync with our physical body and/or our mental state, we experience stress which can hold us back from reaching our full potential. and experiencing joy in our life.
Heart Coherence teaches us how to incorporate positive emotional states regularly. The benefits include deeper perceptual changes, emotional resilience, access to intuition, heightened creativity, improved cognition, enhanced performance, and hormone balance.
Heart Coherence gives you access to your own innate intelligence which is the inborn ability that allows the body to heal itself as it is continuously working to keep us balanced. This is something we all have from the moment of our birth until the moment of our passing.
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The Magnifying Heart
The brain is continuously and constantly responding to the heart.
While the heart is known as the body’s pumping station, it also has 40,000 neurons, much like the ones in our brain.
In actuality, the heart sends more signals to the brain than the brain sends to the heart. And, the heart messages have a significant effect on the brain’s functions – it influences emotional processes and other higher cognitive faculties; such as: memory, perception, attention, and problem-solving.