Heart coherence: learning to develop your “heart intelligence”. A free webinar to know everything.

Note in your diary: on Tuesday February 25 at 8:30 p.m. there will be a webinar (link at the bottom of the article to click to register for free) on the benefits of the practice of cardiac coherence.

Cardiac coherence is an anti-stress respiratory method introduced in France by Pr David Servan-Schreiber 15 years ago. Faced with the formidable effects of cardiac coherence, very advanced studies carried out in the United States have shown that the heart is much more than a simple pump. Taming and developing the intelligence of the heart has effects as much on stress, on mood, as on the feeling of well-being and even opens up a certain spirituality. Cardiac coherence makes it easy and quick to return within oneself, to one’s heart, and to become familiar with the light of the heart which is in all of us.

The heart has neurons and a brain

In the new field of neurocardiology, for example, scientists have discovered that the heart has its own intrinsic nervous system, a network of nerves so functionally sophisticated that it deserves the description of “brain of the heart”. Containing over 40,000 neurons, this “little brain” gives the heart the ability to feel, process information, make decisions and even engage in some form of learning and memory. The heart is truly an intelligent system.

The heart secretes the hormone of love

The heart is also a hormonal gland that manufactures and secretes many hormones and neurotransmitters that profoundly affect brain and body functioning. Among the hormones that the heart produces is oxytocin, popularly known as the “love hormone” or “bonding hormone.” Science is only beginning to understand the effects of electromagnetic fields produced by the heart, but there is evidence that the information contained in the heart’s powerful field can play a vital synchronizing role in the human body, and can also affect people around us.

The heart: seat of intuition

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Research has also shown that the heart is a key part of the emotional system. The heart not only responds to emotions, but that the signals generated by its rhythmic activity actually play a major role in determining the quality of our emotional experience from moment to moment. These heart signals also have a profound impact on perception and cognitive function through the heart’s extensive communication network with the brain. The heart even seems to play a key role in intuition. Although much remains to be understood, it seems that the heart’s age-old associations with thought, feeling, and intuition may indeed have a scientific basis.

By clicking on the registration link you will be able to learn more with a specialist in cardiac coherence interviewed by the health journalist, François Lehn, who was the collaborator of Pr David Servan-Schreiber for 2 years.

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A short video of Reiner presenting the webinar


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