Coherence: Bridging Personal, Social and Global Systems Health | Rollin McCraty

Coherence: Bridging Personal, Social and Global Systems Health

Rollin McCraty

Institute of HeartMath

This presentation will focus on interconnectivity between people, people and animals, and with the earth itself. Topics covered include: heart coherence and how it facilitates intuition, data showing that the frequencies and resonances in the earth’s magnetic field overlap with both heart and brain rhythms and impact human health and behaviors. An overview of the Global Coherence Initiative and how new magnetic sensors are being utilized to study the earths energetic systems will be discussed. Learn more about how important it is that people take responsibility for their own energy and elect to use such creative energy influxes to create deeper connections and more caring interactions with each other and Mother Earth.

Rollin McCraty, Ph.D. of Boulder Creek, California, has been with the Institute of HeartMath since its creation in 1991. He is IHM’s executive vice president and director of research. A psychophysiologist, Dr. McCraty’s research interests include the physiology of emotion, with a focus on the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behavior, and health. A fellow of the American Institute of Stress, McCraty is a member of the International Neurocardiology Network, American Autonomic Society, Pavlovian Society and Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. He and his team regularly participate in studies with scientific, medical and educational institutions worldwide, including Stanford University, Arizona State University, Wake Forest University, and Clemson University. His research has appeared in many journals, including the American Journal of Cardiology, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Stress Medicine and Biological Psychology.

Recorded at the 30th annual SSE Conference in 2011 at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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Published on November 13, 2018