When two people sit down to talk seriously, it is called having a “heart to heart.” Research of the last 20 years indicates that this is actually very close to the truth and that emotional communication occurs at the level of quantum physics.
Studies performed at the HeartMath Institute show that each human heart emits an electromagnetic field, the largest generated by any part of the human body, which extends up to several feet away from the body in a 360-degree radius. An individual’s heart communicates with the hearts of others in its immediate vicinity through the emotional information encoded in its electromagnetic field and throughout the world via the electromagnetic pulses associated with each heartbeat which travel at the speed of sound. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
One’s heart also communicates with one’s brain (via the nervous system, hormones, pulse waves, and electromagnetic fields) and with the brains of other individuals (via pulse waves and electromagnetic fields). The brain emits its own electromagnetic field and waves of energy (known as alpha, beta, delta, gamma, and theta waves, each of which results from different states in brain functioning). The heart’s electrical field, however, is almost 60 times greater in amplitude than that of the brain and is more than 5000 times greater in strength than the brain’s electrical field. The heart also sends more information to the brain than the brain sends to the heart.
Research is proving that the heart and brain interact with each other which impacts consciousness, perceptions, and performance. Heart-brain synchronization can occur between two people in interaction when they are responding to each other with sincerity, appreciation, and love. The presence of negative emotions, however, has the opposite effect and creates chaos in one’s nervous system. The HeartMath Institute has established that the heart contains a system of neurons that have short- and long-term memory and that their signals affect our emotional experiences when they are sent to the brain. They also discovered that when the heart sends messages based in greater psychophysiological positive and coherent states to the brain, the brain’s information processing capabilities are enhanced.
So what does all this science mean for individuals on a spiritual path who wish to make a positive impact on the world?
It means this goal can be achieved simply by being a sincere, loving, caring, grateful person. For example, being a loving parental caregiver is critical even at the quantum level.
Gary Schwartz, Ph.D., Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health at the University of Arizona, performed studies which revealed that an individual’s perceptions of the quality of care he/she received in childhood affects how receptive that individual’s brain is to synchronizing with the heart communications from others in their environment. The fact that a mother’s brain waves synchronize to her baby’s heartbeats both in utero and during breastfeeding has been documented. Those who are in a more physiologically coherent state are more sensitive to the electromagnetic information encoded in the heart signals of others around them.
There is great potential to understand human behavior from these studies. For instance, is it possible to establish an understanding of what occurs when two people experience what they believe is love at first sight based on electromagnetic and pulse-based heart-brain interactions? It will be interesting to follow the research in this area, especially when applied to therapeutic relationships and intimate relationships.