The Power of the Heart

The Power of the Heart

The heart has been considered the source of emotion, courage and wisdom for centuries. For more than 26 years, the HeartMath Institute Research Center has explored the physiological mechanisms by which the heart and brain communicate and how the activity of the heart influences our perceptions, emotions, intuition and health. It became clear that stressful or depleting emotions such as frustration and overwhelm lead to increased disorder in the higher-level brain centers and autonomic nervous system and which are reflected in the heart rhythms and adversely affects the functioning of virtually all bodily systems. This eventually led to a much deeper understanding of the neural and other communication pathways between the heart and brain. It has been found that the hearts can affect our awareness, perceptions and intelligence.

We now have a much deeper scientific understanding of why heart activity affects mental clarity, creativity, emotional balance, intuition and personal effectiveness. HeartMath and others’ research indicates the heart is far more than a simple pump. The heart is, in fact, a highly complex information-processing center with its own functional brain, commonly called the heart brain, that communicates with and influences the cranial brain via the nervous system, hormonal system and other pathways. These influences affect brain function and most of the body’s major organs and play an important role in mental and emotional experience and the quality of our lives.

Jenine Gobbi at Sedona Health & Healing is a HeartMath Resilience Mentor and works with client who want to optimize their health, mental functions, perception, happiness and energy levels through proven HeartMath techniques.

Increase your heart coherence and ability to self-regulate emotions from a more intuitive, intelligent and balanced place within!

 

To book a single HeartMath session or a series of 4 session, or book into one of our group classes, see “Appointments” or “Classes” on the website.