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Activating The Heart’s Intelligence

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  • Karen Eck
    You can probably sign up for The Prophets Conference event announcement at the web site. Infinite love is who we are, Karen ... [Non-text portions of this
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      You can probably sign up for The Prophets Conference event announcement at
      the web site.
      Infinite love is who we are,
      Karen

      >Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2005 01:15:17 -0400
      >Subject: The Great Rethinking: Activating The Heart’s Intelligence
      >To: "The Prophets Conference Newsletter"
      ><pcnewsletter@...>
      >From: <newsletter@...>
      >
      >Howard Martin
      >is a dynamic and inspirational speaker, co-author of The HeartMath
      >Solution and the Executive V.P. of HeartMath, famous worldwide for it’s
      >groundbreaking work on understanding the role of the heart in increasing
      >human performance, improving health and expanding intelligence. He will
      >present his work Activating The Heart’s Intelligence at The Great
      >Rethinking Conference being presented in Bath, England the weekend of 2-4
      >September. (See EVENTS at:<http://greatmystery.org>greatmystery.org)
      >
      >Activating The Heart’s Intelligence by Howard Martin
      >
      >Many people would probably agree that a “quickening” is taking place in
      >our world. The speed of change is accelerating creating both chaos and
      >coherence. Polarization in values, politics, policy and world views have
      >become increasingly obvious. Many problems ranging from economic
      >inequities to environmental concerns seem to be reaching a tipping point
      >while simultaneously a new intelligence appears to be in a pivotal
      >birthing stage.
      >
      >In our more reflective moments this quickening often evokes important
      >questions. How do we fully participate in this transformation, make
      >meaningful contributions and ride this wave of change with poise and
      >grace? For me the answers lie not in the mind alone but rather are found
      >in the core of our hearts.
      >
      >This can sound comfortably philosophical but from the HeartMath
      >perspective we take it quite literally. To us it’s business—the business
      >of becoming energetic engineers capable of actualizing and applying a new,
      >intuitive band-width. Our research and the research of others have
      >confirmed that the heart is not just a muscle. It’s also a sensory organ
      >and a sophisticated information processing center. The heart actually has
      >its own nervous system which gives it the ability to sense, learn,
      >remember and make functional decisions independent of the brain. In fact
      >the heart sends powerful messages to the brain and the rest of the body in
      >four different ways—neurologically, bio-physically, hormonally and
      >energetically. These messages are more than biological; they give us an
      >expanded awareness.
      >
      >The intuitive intelligence of the heart allows us to perceive differently.
      >We become more aware of thoughts, moods and reactions and perceive new
      >options in how to respond to situations in the moment. Life seems less
      >stressful. Your problems don't magically go away, but they don't have as
      >much impact on you. Your thought patterns and inner dialog become more
      >allowing, hopeful and open ended. Life doesn't feel so boxed in and
      >limited. You become more creative and can more easily find solutions to
      >challenges. It's not that there are fewer obstacles, but that you develop
      >more adaptability and resiliency. Things get simpler.
      >
      >Most importantly it helps you get on to yourself and see where the
      >energetic blocks to growth reside. Armed with the heart’s intelligence you
      >have a greater ability to finalize much of the important but unfinished
      >work on yourself. Once this work is done you become capable of
      >understanding and contributing to the world even more effectively and
      >dynamically. Through the power of the heart we can take our next steps in
      >becoming the highly conscious people we want to be and that the world so
      >desperately needs.
      >
      >We’ll explore all of this and a lot more at The Great Re-thinking
      >Conference in Bath. I’ll use advanced technology to demonstrate real-time
      >heart/brain communication. We’ll take a look at a key application of the
      >heart’s intelligence—gaining mastery over our emotions; the conduit for
      >the expression of spirit and I’ll offer heart-centric approaches to
      >achieving your next level of personal fulfillment. I promise above all to
      >make it fun. Hope to see you there.
      >
      >"Doc Childre (founder of the HeartMath Institute) realized that the heart
      >doesn’t exert its uplifting influence on body, mind, and spirit entirely
      >on autopilot: It’s helped by conscious intention. He and his researchers
      >discovered that, just as imaging holding your hands in front of a campfire
      >causes your palms to measurably heat up, so creating a mental image of the
      >heart glowing with warmth produces a distinct physiological effect—in this
      >case, one that seems to correlate with feelings of calm and
      >lovingkindness. Simply giving the heart your full attention, that is,
      >seems to produce physiological patterns that correlate with compassion
      >itself. HeartMath researchers have noted that these “coherent” patterns of
      >heart-rate variability are associated with positive effects on autonomic
      >nervous system balance, cardiovascular efficiency, and reduced secretion
      >of the stress hormone cortisol. Other tests have revealed that coherent
      >HRV patterns produce greater increases in cognitive functioning than even
      >the relaxation response, giving the expression “putting your heart into
      >it” new scientific heft. (The implications for human performance have not
      >been lost on the corporate world: Hewlett Packard, Shell, Sony, Boeing,
      >and GlaxoSmithKline are using HeartMath training for stress management and
      >enhanced productivity. A federal pilot grant is funding HeartMath in nine
      >school districts, based on preliminary findings that it increases
      >standardized test scores.)"
      >--Excerpted from Field Notes on the Compassionate Life by Marc Ian Barasch
      >
      >_________________________
      >
      >HOWARD MARTIN
      >Howard Martin brings more than 30 years of experience in business and
      >personal development to the position of Executive Vice President,
      >Strategic Development for HeartMath LLC. Howard's responsibilities include
      >global alliances, marketing, and program and product development. Howard
      >has been instrumental in assisting HeartMath's founder Doc Childre in the
      >development and teaching of HeartMath's programs since its inception. He
      >speaks internationally on the HeartMath approach to advancing human
      >performance that is based on compelling scientific research--linking heart
      >function with health, emotional well-being and intelligence.
      >
      >Howard is co-author with Doc Childre of The HeartMath Solution, published
      >in 2000 by Harper San Francisco. He also developed Nightingale-Conant's
      >tape series, "The HeartMath Method."
      >
      >Howard is a dynamic speaker, and has delivered hundreds of workshops and
      >keynote addresses to audiences ranging from corporations, to the armed
      >forces, to educators, families, and human service providers. As a key
      >spokesperson for HeartMath, he has conducted hundreds of media interviews.
      >His appearances include CNN Headline News, U.P.I. Radio network,
      >WNBC-TV-New York, WGN-TV-Chicago, Discovery Channel-Beyond 2000,
      >CBN/Canada, New Women, Muscle and Fitness, San Francisco Chronicle,
      >Billboard, and the Boston Globe.
      ><http://www.heartmath.com>www.heartmath.com
      >
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      >
      >In addition to Howard Martin, our Bath Conference brings together an
      >outstanding group of individuals:
      >Thomas Moore, David Whyte, Don Beck, Andrew Cohen, Ellis Cose, Dadi Janki,
      >Satish Kumar, Fred Alan Wolf, Elisabet Sahtouris, Timothy Freke, Hank
      >Wesselman, and William Bloom.
      >
      >The full conference details are posted to our new website at:
      ><http://www.greatmystery.org>www.greatmystery.org (click on the EVENTS
      >button at the top, and then the link for Bath). This is going to be a
      >wonderful weekend and we hope you can join us!
      >
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